After a day of watching great golf Saturday, fans can hang around the Regions Tradition at Greystone and catch one of the top acts in Birmingham and the Southeast – the Black Jacket Symphony.
Black Jacket Symphony has gained notoriety for performing full, note-for-note recreations of acclaimed and historic recordings – some 35 different albums from Prince’s Purple Rain, to Guns N Roses’ Appetite for Destruction. For the Regions Tradition, the group will present the Rolling Stones’ Sticky Fingers, which includes Stones favorites Wild Horses and Brown Sugar.
The concert is free with paid admission to the Regions Tradition. Come join the fun at The Watering Hole (on the 10th green). The concert will begin as soon as play ends – tentatively scheduled for 2 p.m. following a two-tee Saturday start.