Alzheimer’s Tennessee, Inc. – Support, Education and Research for Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias

An Evening to Remember with Henry Cho

Alzheimer's Tennessee, Buddy's bar-b-q and Grand Ole Opry Comedian Henry Cho are all Tennessee originals with roots in Knoxville. 

Buddy's bar-b-q is proud to celebrate the 30th anniversary of its Bearden Banquet Hall with a fundraising event to benefit Alzheimer's Tennessee. 


An Evening to Remember with Henry Cho
Friday, July 14th | 6:30 - 10:00pm

Bearden Banquet Hall
5806 Kingston Pike, Knoxville, TN 37919

Reserve tickets available now for $125 each.

Comedian Henry Cho, a Knoxville native recently inducted into the Grand Ole Opry, headlines "An Evening to Remember" with jazz musician Brian Clay performing before the comedy show.

The evening includes a time for cocktails and to view and bid on the Silent Auction items, along with a gourmet meal and decadent desserts while being entertained by the smooth jazz sounds of Brian Clay. At 8:15, Henry Cho will take the stage.

Henry Cho’s one hour Comedy Central Special, What’s That Clickin’ Noise? ran previously on Comedy Central and Netflix. He can also be heard daily on SiriusXM, Blue Collar Radio and Pandora. Some of Cho’s film credits include Universal’s McHale’s Navy with Tom Arnold and David Allen Greer; Say It Isn’t So with Heather Graham and Sally Field; and Material Girls with Hilary Duff and Angelica Houston produced by Madonna.

Cho was the keynote entertainer for The 59th Annual Radio & Television Correspondents’ Dinner and has worked extensively with Vince Gill, Amy Grant, Willie Nelson, Carrie Underwood, Reba and many others. Cho’s clean comedy is so versatile that he can headline Vegas and then tour with Michael W. Smith.

The evening begins with music from jazz pianist Brian Clay, an extremely talented musician, songwriter, recording artist and producer with multiple solo projects to his credit. Brian is a sought after session player and studio musician and live player in the contemporary jazz scene across the country. He has shared the performance stage with artists like George Duke, David Sanborn, Stanley Clarke, Kirk Whalum, Jeff Kashiwa, Alex Bugnon and Gerald Albright, Najee and more.

All Silent Auction proceeds and sales of Henry Cho merchandise, along with a portion of ticket sales, will go to benefit Alzheimer's Tennessee. All donations stay in East Tennessee to help fund advanced research and support Tennesseans living with Alzheimer's disease and dementia.

All ages are welcome. Please be aware that there are no specific activities available for younger children and alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase.

Reserved tickets are $125 per person with full 10-person table reservations available at a discounted rate of $1,000. Use Promo Code FULLTABLE.

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