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NALS 68th Annual Education + Networking Conference

9/25/2019 to 9/28/2019
When: September 25-28, 2019
Where: Holiday Inn Little Rock Conference Center
3201 Bankhead Drive
Little Rock, Arkansas  72206
United States
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Be a part of our 3-day educational event in Little Rock, Arkansas. Expand your experience while exploring downtown Little Rock and the state’s natural landscape. As NALS’ exclusive conference guests, you will enjoy the following benefits:

  • Earn up to 16.5 hours continuing legal education
  • Create and diversify your professional network with legal professionals from across the nation
  • Learn and engage with top professionals in the legal industry

Registration

Early Bird
(Postmarked June 15, 2019):
Regular
(June 16, 2019 to August 15, 2019):
Late
(August 16, 2019 to September 10, 2019):

• Member: $349
• Nonmember: $449
• Student: $299

• Member: $399
• Nonmember: $499
• Student: $319
• Member: $439
• Nonmember: $539
• Student: $319

 

How to Register:

Online (Most Popular)

By Email

By Mail or Fax

Click on the 'Register/RSVP' button at the top of this page.

Download the registration form here. Then, email it to the NALS Meetings Manager here.

Download the registration form here. Fax # and address located on the form.

 

Cancellation Policy

Refunds will be given (less a $50 processing fee) for cancellations received no later than August 1, 2019. No refunds will be granted for requests postmarked after August 1, 2019. Refunds will not be given for no-shows. Substitutions will gladly be accepted 45 days prior to the conference! Only one (1) substitution is permitted per original registrant. Must be substituted for the original conference; no transfers to a future conference will be allowed. By submitting your registration, you are confirming that you have read and understand the cancellation policy.

 

Guest Tickets

Guest tickets for meals and events are available, please contact Morgan Ballou, membership@nals.org, for more details. 

 


Resources + Communication Materials

 

"Convince Your Boss" Sample Letter

We understand that getting approval to attend the NALS 68th Annual Education and Networking Conference can be challenging. Therefore, we have included an editable Convince Your Boss sample letter to help you gain their support! Click here to read advice on how to approach your boss and make the best of your pitch to attend.

 

Conference Invitational Planning Guide

Along with the letter above, NALS has developed a print-ready version of details for your colleagues or boss to learn more about the educational and networking benefits of attending a NALS conference. This handy guide includes information regarding the hotel event space, how-to claim your continuing legal education credits, and all of the conference information located on this webpage, in a shareable guide format. This is a PDF download for you to use and distribute freely. Click here to download the PDF file now.


Location + Hotel Details


Holiday Inn Little Rock Conference Center

3201 Bankhead Drive, Little Rock, Arkansas 72206

About This Hotel: The Holiday Inn Conference Center is a perfect base to explore Little Rock. This hotel is 10 minutes from Downtown, Clinton Library, and the River Market Entertainment District; 10 minutes from UALR, State Fairgrounds; and 15 minutes from Burns Park. Our host hotel offers an outdoor swimming pool; complimentary high-speed internet; free 24-hour business center; Boston’s Restaurant & Sports Bar; and A/V8 Cafe. The hotel has earned a certificate of Excellence and Green Leader Awards with TripAdvisor.

 

Hotel Dates: September 24, 2019 to September 29, 2019

 

Group Rate: $99 per night plus tax (Single King or Double Queen)

 

Online Reservations: This registration link is valid for Sunday, September 22, 2019 through Monday, September 30, 2019. The link works best when used on a desktop computer or laptop. Please note that if you try to book outside of the dates that the link is valid for, it will not work.

 

Phone Reservations: Reservations can be made by calling the hotel directly at 501-490-1000 or 1-800-HOLIDAY.


Hotel Reservation Deadline: Reservations should be made by 09/22/2019. After that date reservations will be accepted based on availability.

 

If you made reservations at Crowne Plaza Little Rock, please call to cancel those reservations. They will NOT be automatically cancelled.

 

Parking + Shuttle Service

 

The hotel offers complimentary parking and complimentary shuttle service to and from the Little Rock National Airport and the River Market Entertainment District. The hotel also offers complimentary shuttle service within ten (10) miles of the hotel based upon availability of the shuttle.
 


Education and Events Schedule*


Wednesday, September 25, 2019


1:30 PM to 4:00 PM (2.5 CLE Hours) - Professional Development and Leadership Session (Open to All)


5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
- NALS 90th Birthday Bash (Included In Registration)

This celebration will kick off our 90th anniversary festivities. Join NALS Board of Directors to celebrate NALS’ 90 years of service and dedication to the legal support profession. This event will feature signature cocktails, custom birthday cake, and a display recognizing NALS members throughout the decades. Light appetizers will be served and a cash bar will be available for conference guests’ enjoyment.

 

Thursday, September 26, 2019

 

9:00 AM to 10:30 AM (1.5 CLE Hours) - Keynote: Finding a Life More Remarkable with Matthew Knight, Director of Education, Public Relations, and Marketing for Mid-South Health Systems, an Arkansas community mental health corporation (Included in Registration) (Sponsored by NALS Foundation)

This keynote address will go beyond setting goals, although to have a healthy set of goals is important for success and happiness. Come take a remarkable journey into the world of intention. For some it will be the first glimpse into a more positive, abundant way of living. For others who have been practicing intention, think of this as a fun review with maybe some new ideas. Plus you bring experience and wisdom to share with others. Highly interactive, rewarding fun.


10:45 AM to 11:15 AM (.5 CLE Hour)

  • Render to Caesar - Part One - Douglas Coy, CPA (Contract, Insurance, or Criminal Law)

    This session will cover the changes in the tax law, ramifications of financial decisions, and how to keep more of your money.

  • Networking Suite Meet

11:30 AM to 1:00 PM - Exhibitor's Luncheon (Included in Registration)

This annual luncheon will feature those companies and organizations who partner with and support NALS’ mission to continue to engage, enhance, inspire, and promote legal professionals on their terms. 

 

1:15 PM to 1:45 PM (.5 CLE Hour)

  • Render to Caesar - Part Two - Douglas Coy, CPA (Contract, Insurance, or Criminal Law)

    This session will wrap up the changes in the tax law, ramifications of financial decisions, and how to keep more of your money.

  • Networking Suite Meet

2:00 PM to 3:00 PM (1 CLE Hour)

  • Legal Writing: Functional, Informative, and Persuasive - J.G. ‘Gerry’ Schulze, Esq. (Appellate Law or Civil Litigation)

    We have different purposes for legal writing. We have to adapt our style and vocabulary to our purposes in writing. In this session, we will review how legal writing can effectively impact, and obtain, the desired reaction of opposing counsel and the court.

  • Choice of Entity in a Post-TCJA World - Jennifer Pierce, Esq. (Business or Employment Law)

    Since the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), many companies have been considering changes in their approach to structuring transactions, including whether conversion from a pass-through entity to a C corporation is warranted. Previously, pass-through entities were the entity of choice for most businesses, but the TCJA is motivating re-examination of past decisions. While the C corporation tax changes from the TCJA are attractive, every organization is unique. This presentation will examine the various types of entities available upon formation and describe the issues that need to be analyzed when deciding upon the proper choice of entity.

3:30 PM to 4:30 PM (1 CLE Hour)

  • U.S. Marshals: How America’s Most Proficient Manhunters Operate Under Local, State, & Federal Laws - Robert “Jeremy” Hammons, Deputy U.S. Marshal (Criminal Law)

    In this session, we will discuss the role of the U.S. Marshals Service since their creation in 1789 and how the job of a Deputy U.S. Marshal has evolved over the years, including which laws and regulations govern the Marshals Service and from where they obtain their authority. This session will also include a brief overview of the current jobs within the Marshals Service along with presenting different equipment used in the pursuit of apprehending some of America’s most violent fugitives.

  • Modern Day DNA Testing - Alicia “Nicki” Loven, Operations/Compliance Manager (Family Law)

    DNA testing is not just mother, child, and father testing. Labs can now do a variety of relationship testing. In her presentation, Nicki will discuss the different types of testing, the accuracy of results, laws pertaining to DNA testing, and donor requirements for testing.

NEW! Starting at 6:00 PMA Game of Clues  REGISTER HERE 

 

 Join your peers at NALS 68th Annual Education & Networking Conference  for a fun, live action game based upon the popular board game, Clue. This 60-minute event will require each participant to unleash their inner detective to complete each challenge! The goal is simple—use your wit and creativity to determine the who, where, and how of Mr. Andre Yogvich's murder! 

 

Friday, September 27, 2019

 

8:30 AM to 9:30 AM (1 CLE Hour)

  • Cyber Crimes: Protecting Our Children Through Online Investigations - Will Jones, Esq. (Criminal Law)

    The session will cover the work of the Cyber Crimes Unit at the Arkansas Attorney General’s Office. It will describe our investigations and prosecutions of online exploitation of children. We will also discuss tips for parents and community leaders to keep our own children safer online.

  • Elder Law - Living Well in the Golden Years - Chad Oldham, Esq. (Elder Law)

    Elder law focuses on the legal needs of the elderly and encompasses a variety of legal tools and techniques to meet the long-term care, financial, and estate planning goals and objectives of the older client. Utilizing a holistic planning approach, the elder law attorney handles general estate planning issues and counsels with clients about planning for possible incapacity and long-term care needs. This includes subject matter such as wills and trusts, powers of attorney, healthcare directives, and guardianship/conservatorship. Elder law attorneys can assist in assessing the type of long-term care needs, locating the appropriate long-term care facility, coordinating private and public resources to finance the cost of care, and working to ensure the client’s right to and receipt of quality care.

10:00 AM to 11:00 AM (1 CLE Hour)

  • West Memphis 3 - The Defense - Dan Stidham, Esq. (Criminal Law)

  • Legal Research with Fastcase - Cathy Underwood, Esq. (E-Discovery or Law Office Management)

    More than 50 state and local bar associations and law libraries provide free access to Fastcase as a member benefit. Come to this session to learn how to assist your attorney in maximizing use of this free benefit. Fastcase is the leading next-generation legal research service that puts a comprehensive national law library and powerful searching, sorting, and data visualization tools at your fingertips. In this session, we will cover the basics of conducting legal research using Fastcase, how to construct a Boolean search (what the heck is that?), and the advanced tools that Fastcase provides to make your legal research easier.

11:15 AM to 11:45 AM (.5 CLE Hour)

  • For Your Eyes Only - Cyber Security in the Law Firm - Part One - Preston Scott Yoder, Trainer/Software Consultant (Law Office Management)

    Protection of client information in today’s digital age.

  • Networking Suite Meet

12:00 PM to 1:30 PM - Recognition Luncheon (Included in Registration)
Sponsored by Arkansas Blue Cross Blue Shield on behalf of Arkansas Association of Legal Secretaries (AALS)

This luncheon will feature recognition of our national volunteers and all the dedication it takes to make NALS what it is. NALS Board of Directors will be honoring the 40 years of service given to NALS by Tammy Hailey, CAE. The highlight of this lunch is recognition of the recipient of the annual NALS Award of Excellence, the highest honor a member can receive from NALS. It is presented to those with outstanding achievement in association leadership, and professional development. 


1:45 PM to 2:15 PM (1 CLE Hour)

  • For Your Eyes Only - Cyber Security in the Law Firm - Part Two - Preston Scott Yoder, Trainer/Software Consultant (Law Office Management)

    Protection of client information in today’s digital age.

  • Networking Suite Meet

2:30 PM to 3:30 PM (1 CLE Hour)

  • West Memphis 3 - The Prosecution and the Alford Plea (Appellate) - Scott Ellington, Esq. (Criminal Law or Appellate)

    Legal tangles following the original conviction of the West Memphis 3 and the plea offers leading to the Alford Plea.

  • Immigration Issue-Spotting in All Practice Areas, aka, How You’ll Save the Day Yet Again- Kathleen McDonald, Esq. (Immigration Law)

    Regardless of the practice area and which side you’re on, immigration landmines are everywhere. The sooner you learn to spot them, the better you’ll be able to serve your clients—and that will give you, your clients, and your firm a leg up. 

3:45 PM to 4:45 PM (1 CLE Hour)

  • Medical Marijuana Panel Discussion - Danielle Hoefer, Attorney; Alex T. Gray, Attorney; and Stuart Jackson, Attorney (Criminal Law or Appellate)

    Legalization and implementation of the use of marijuana for medicinal purposes; and workplace issues involving applicants and employees who are certified for medical marijuana.

  • Trial Presentation Technology - Marlin Partney, Litigation Specialist (Trial Management)

    Tips on how to manage on-demand access to documents, transcripts, videos, photos, graphics and animations, and more during court proceedings and in war-room sessions.

7:00 PM to 11:00 PM - NALS Under the Big Top: Celebrating 90 Years - Hosted by NALS Foundation (Ticketed Event)

Step right up, step right up, everyone’s a winner at NALS Under the Big Top hosted by the NALS Foundation! That’s right, you can register now to attend the NALS Foundation Event at the NALS 67th Annual Education & Networking Conference in Little Rock, Arkansas! You don’t want to miss this exciting and unique circus carnival atmosphere. Everyone is invited to attend, but only those who register in advance will be able to secure an excellent deal. For just $50, you can enjoy unique NALS 90th Anniversary photo-booth opportunities, win exclusive NALS 90th Anniversary promotional items, enjoy game booths hosted by NALS members, chapters, states, and other groups, purchase tickets to win a one-of-a-kind NALS 90th Anniversary quilt hand-made by Rita Ann Gilson (only available to event attendees, must be present to win), and gobble down delicious food and treats. More details to follow, but don’t wait. Register for NALS Under the Big Top: Celebrating 90 Years today!


Saturday, September 28, 2019

9:00 AM to 10:00 AM (1 CLE Hour)

  • It’s Just a Toe! - Denise Hoggard, Esq. (Personal Injury Law or Civil Litigation)

    Attorney Hoggard will present an intense litigation session revealing an escalator injury at a Little Rock mall that resulted in a sizeable jury award for an aspiring surgeon.

  • Sherlock Holmes Meets Mother Goose: The Various Roles of an Ad Litem - Carla Fuller, Esq. (Family Law)

    During this 60-minute session, Carla Fuller will discuss the appointment, role, and purpose of an attorney ad litem in domestic relations cases, comparing the differences across the states.  Ms. Fuller will provide handouts with tips to give your clients about how to deal with an attorney ad litem in divorce and custody cases.

10:30 AM to 11:30 AM (1 CLE Hour)

  • Ethics and the Judiciary - Emily White, Esq. (Ethics)

    The Arkansas Judicial Discipline and Disability Commission investigates ethical and other breaches by judges. This session will reveal the critical role this deputy director played in the uncovering of a long pattern of abuse by a district judge who traded judicial favors for sexually-related acts by defendants in his court. 

  • Drawing the Line - Adverse Possession and Boundary by Acquiescence - J. Cliff McKinney II, Esq. (Real Estate Law)

    Attorney McKinney will discuss the ins and outs of property line disputes.

12:00 PM to 1:00 PM - Networking Luncheon (Included in Registration)

This buffet-style luncheon is designed to give you the chance to connect and catch up with fellow conference guests.

 

1:15 PM to 2:30 PM (1 CLE Hour)

  • Forensic Animation and Reconstruction of Shooting and Crime Scenes: A Review of Oscar Pistorius Case - Scott G. Roder, Evidence Specialist (Criminal Law)

1:30 PM to 2:30 PM (1 CLE Hour)

  • Opioid Abuse - The Litigation Approach - Chris Villines, Esq., AAC Executive Director; and  Kirk Lane, Arkansas State Drug Director (Ethics)

    Discussion on how the state of Arkansas, Arkansas counties, and Arkansas cities came together to file the lawsuit against the opioid drug industry.
     

3:00 PM to 4:30 PM (1 CLE Hour) - What Shoe Are You? Closing Keynote with Former Mrs. Oklahoma, Lori Randall and Goodbye Party (Included in Registration)

Former Mrs. Oklahoma, author, and sought-after speaker Lori Randall comes to you with real-life stories, solid advice for successful living, and a zeal for an adventure that will keep you captivated from the first word to the final curtain.  During the past 15 years, she has shared the What Shoe Are You? presentation with well-over 50,000 audience members. Her original content will help you get along with the people in your life who make you want to snatch them bald!  Prepare for multiple “aha” moments and tons of laughter. Click here to learn more.

The Goodbye Party portion of this session will feature light snacks and music for those conference guests who would like say 'goodbye' to their fellow NALSPals. 

 

* This is a complete list of our current confirmed sessions and schedule. Sessions and schedule subject to change. 

 


Exhibitor + Sponsorship Opportunities

 

Guests of this conference will utilize the exhibitor program at this annual event to look for new products and services to take back to their law offices. This is your opportunity to place your products and services in front of the decision-makers with buying power.

 

Click here to view + download the current 2019 Exhibitor + Sponsorship Prospectus.

 

Current Exhibitors + Sponsors: 


Special Thank You To 2019 Little Rock Task Force 

The NALS Board of Directors and NALS Virtual Resource Center Staff would like to thank these dedicated NALS members for the efforts in planning and organizing this year's conference: 

 

Cheryl Summerhill, PLS (Chair)
Linda Adair, PLS
Doris Compton, PP, PLS
Janet Gordon, PP, PLS
Mimi Jackson
Danny Looney Yoder
Janice Miller, PP, PLS, CPS 


Travel

 

Southwest Airlines®


To take advantage of this offer, copy the NALS company ID number (99231602), then click on this link: 
https://www.swabiz.com/flight/search-flight.html?cid=99231602
Enter the company ID in the appropriate field and proceed with booking. 

  • Booking dates: April 15, 2019 - September 9, 2019
  • Travel dates: September 23, 2019 - October 1, 2019

Click here to view and download the details for this discount.

 

NALS Member Car Rental Discounts + Suggested Services


Get NALS-only discounts from popular car rental companies such as, Hertz and Avis. Click here to access.

NALS encourages all conference guests to utilize and coordinate with hotel shuttle services and transportation providers, such as Lyft, Uber, and local cab services. 



NALS Foundation

 

Sweepstakes Prize Event


NALS 90th Anniversary is something special, so special, in fact, that the NALS Foundation is stepping up our sweepstakes game! 
Winning sweepstakes prizes at the NALS Foundation Sweepstakes drawing while raising money for the NALS Foundation (a non-profit 501(c)(3) entity) is a highlight of the conference experience.  The excitement of buying your tickets for a chance to win gift cards, cash, and luxury items is incomparable.  Knowing that when you place your ticket in the bag, you may have the chance to win an item that you may not otherwise purchase for yourself is exhilarating. Hearing your name called for the prize that you have your heart set on is scream-inducing!  The room explodes with cheers as the winners run to fetch their prizes, hoping that they will be next. The Sweepstakes drawing is energy-inducing fun!  Then how, you may ask, could the NALS Foundation make the Sweepstakes even more exciting? Click here for more information.

 

NALS Under the Big Top: Celebrating 90 Years hosted by the NALS Foundation

Step right up, step right up, everyone’s a winner at NALS Under the Big Top hosted by the NALS Foundation! That’s right, you can register now to attend the NALS Foundation Event at the NALS 67th Annual Education & Networking Conference in Little Rock, Arkansas! You don’t want to miss this exciting and unique circus carnival atmosphere. Everyone is invited to attend, but only those who register in advance will be able to secure an excellent deal. For just $50, you can enjoy unique NALS 90th Anniversary photo-booth opportunities, win exclusive NALS 90th Anniversary promotional items, enjoy game booths hosted by NALS members, chapters, states, and other groups, purchase tickets to win a one-of-a-kind NALS 90th Anniversary quilt handmade by Rita Ann Gilson (only available to event attendees, must be present to win), and gobble down delicious food and treats. More details to follow but don’t wait. Register for NALS Under the Big Top: Celebrating 90 Years today by clicking 'Register Now' above!

 

Carnival Booths at NALS Under the Big Top: Celebrating 90 Years!

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, the NALS Foundation is looking for states, chapters, committees, or groups to host a carnival booth at NALS Under the Big Top: Celebrating 90 Years! We are seeking enthusiastic and creative people (and we know you are all creative in your own way) to create, design, and run a carnival booth at the event. 

There may be limitations regarding the space and/or restrictions from the hotel, so when your group has their idea, please contact NALS Foundation Trustee Mimi Mangrum Jackson at mimi@owattorneys.com for approval.  If you think that you are not creative enough to create and design a booth, you’re wrong.  There are several ready-made or easy-to-assemble ideas available for purchase at websites such as OrientalTrading.com, PartyCity.com, or Smile.Amazon.com.  Bonus: if you shop through Amazon Smile, your purchases can benefit the NALS Foundation.

 


Conference Gear

 

Commemorative Lapel Pin

A commemorative lapel pin is available for the NALS 68th Annual Education + Networking Conference which will be held this September in Little Rock, AR. There are a limited number of pins available, and they are priced at $5 each on a first-come basis. 

Click here for order details.

 

 

 

 


 

Keynote Speakers

Matthew Knight - Opening Keynote
(Sponsored by NALS Foundation)

 

Matthew develops and provides a variety of training programs for business, industry, and educational groups in Mid-South Health Systems' 20-county area, as well as for Mid-South staff.  In addition, Matthew handles much of the company's public relations and marketing. 

 

Before his current position, Matthew was director and therapist at Mid-South's Paragould Outpatient Clinic for three years.

 

As a Licensed Professional Counselor, he has 30 years' experience in mental health services. In addition to his responsibilities at Mid-South, Matthew provides educational and motivational presentations across the U.S. 

 

He has been a junior and senior high public school teacher, the administrator of a private school, started two businesses, written music in Nashville, produced an award-winning motion picture, and traveled extensively. His first book, Leaving Fingerprints, is available on Amazon and Kindle, as well as directly from the author.

 

Matthew completed his bachelor's degree in education (Mathematics) at Arkansas State University, a master's degree in counseling psychology and family studies at the University of Tennessee, and pursued post-graduate studies in psychology at ASU. 

 

You can visit Matthew's website here.

 

Lori Randall - Closing Keynote

 

Former Mrs. Oklahoma, author, and sought-after speaker Lori Randall comes to you with real-life stories, solid advice for successful living, and a zeal for an adventure that will keep you captivated from the first word to the final curtain.  During the past 15 years, she has shared the What Shoe Are You? presentation with well-over 50,000 audience members.  

It’s the miracles, disappointments, victories, and failures that have given her countless hilarious and moving stories to share with audiences across the nation.  Lori’s authentic, yet zany, outlook comes from taking a couple of detours down one of life’s darkest alleys, Postpartum Psychosis.  One might think that being blindsided and broken by a devastating illness would have made Lori a more serious keynote speaker and trainer. But it turns out that walking through those valleys has made her more determined to spread laughter and joy as she parades through life. Her quick wit, funny stories, and Okie charm captivate the audience and then open their hearts to learn and grow. 

Not only was Lori crowned Mrs. Oklahoma United States in 2002, but she also won the Mrs. Christian World Pageant in 2005.  Pageantry was not a mere quest for crowns and recognition, but a tool to open doors to share her story with several TV programs, radio broadcasts, and magazines.  Depression and emotional illness are rampant in our world today.  

After publishing the book What Shoe Are You? in 2006, she quickly became known as the Shoe Speaker.  Her Shoe Talk has been consistently her most requested year after year.

Her original content will help you get along with the people in your life who make you want to snatch them bald!  Prepare for multiple “aha” moments and tons of laughter.  Lori will not disappoint!

 

You can visit Lori's website here.




Local Events + Attractions

 

2019 Main Street Food Truck Festival - September 22, 2019 at 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM - Downtown Little Rock

More than 60 food trucks, dozens of craft vendors, entertainment buskers, and much more converge at Main Street and Capitol Avenue in the heart of the city. This event will span six blocks north and south along Main Street and three blocks east and west along Capitol Avenue. Every block will be loaded with plenty of food, entertainment, and beer. Click here for event details.

 

Opening of "First Ladies of Arkansas: Women of Their Times" Exhibit - September 13-30, 2019 - Free Admission! 

Explore the lives of Arkansas's first ladies in the Old State House Museum's newly renovated exhibit. This collection is the most extensive single collection of first ladies' gowns in the U.S. outside of the Smithsonian! Opening day is full of family fun with games and activities. This exhibit celebrates the lives of Arkansas's first ladies, before, during, and after their years as first ladies, with artifacts and unique pieces from their lives. Click here for event details.

 

Million Dollar Quartet at The Rep - September 4 - October 6, 2019 - The Arkansas Repertory Theatre

Four musical legends. A one-in-a-million recording session. On December 4, 1956, in the studios of Sun Records in Memphis, Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins, and Jerry Lee Lewis gathered to meet with legendary producer Sam Philips. What happened next was a pure rock and roll magic. A casual introduction of Lewis to Perkins unexpectedly evolved into an epic jam session of country, gospel, and rock classics, captured on tape but not released until 1981. With a collection of hit songs that includes “Blue Suede Shoes,” “Folsom Prison Blues,” “Great Balls of Fire,” and “Hound Dog,” this Tony Award-winning musical is guaranteed to blow the roof off! So, put a nickel in the jukebox and prepare for a blast from that past that will have you dancing in the aisles! Click here for event details.

 

Find more events for your trip to Little Rock here.

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