The Factory of Franklin General Manager David Pack has announced that due to the success of the Soul of The Factory Series with Jason Eskridge and Friends,  Dr. Alvin Augustus Jones of has been asked to continue producing musical concerts to include other genres like, Jazz, Blues, Funk and Gospel for 2017.

“Jason Eskridge is very powerful and poised in his set,” Franklin Special School District board member Robert W. Blair said.

“His great mixture of classic soulful tunes with new arrangements and original material certainly pleases the musical palate. The crowd was very receptive and appreciative. The truly up close and personal Little Brick Theater is a great venue.”

"Soul At The Factory is the rare event where good entertainment, good people, and good value converged,” Glenn W. Hunter said.

“Besides being in awe of Jason Eskridge's musical breadth, I enjoyed the genuine appreciation demonstrated by a classy audience. As an additional bonus, I connected with a few business professionals in my circle who were equally impressed with the evening.”

Soul at The Factory celebrates the best local, national and international R&B, Soul, Funk, Jazz, Blues and Gospel music. Hear Jason Eskridge and Friends with Nashville's finest top flight live music at the state of the art Little Brick Theater at The Factory. Doors open at 6 p.m. General Admission and Concessions. Presented by, Maristone Assisted Living, City Winery, Flag World, Olivia Olive Oil, and Buttermilk Sky Pie. A percentage of the net proceeds with benefit the Rotary of Franklin at Breakfast, that serves more than 25 charities.

The audio and video promotional recording is courtesy of ICU Security to air and to be featured

Upcoming Events and Dates

SoulAtTheFactory Dec. 17 at 7 p.m. with Jason Eskridge and Special Guest Kyshona Armstrong

FactoryUrbanTribute: Freedom  January 28 at 7 p.m.

SoulAtTheFactory  Feb. 10 at 7:30 p.m.

JazzAtTheFactory  March 18 at 7 p.m.

GospelAtTheFactory April 15 at 7 p.m.

For more information  and to purchase tickets visit or call 615-716-2139.

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