Tuesday on Lubbock's First News, Tom and Laura spoke with Jaston Williams about the performance Is There Life After Lubbock?. The event will be held Friday, November 1 at 8:00 at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center.

The performance will feature Panhandle natives Joe Ely and Jaston Williams. The two came together to collaborate on this project after recognizing the common memories that came out of Lubbock and the draw that the city continues to have on them. Joe Ely is a singer songwriter and Jaston Williams is an actor and comedian. The performance will offer stories with musical and theatrical components. The two were originally joined by Jo Carol Pierce, who is unable to make it to the event in Lubbock.

Williams described some of what the performance is about: "Our fan base for.... this show Joe Ely are doing is all over the map... Something that happens here, with the new show with Joe Ely, is you get to play a lot of characters that were real in your life." He detailed the show further, "We have a whole section of the show where we'll just talk about the crazy people we knew. The good crazies."

Tickets can be obtained through select-a-seat website or by calling (806) 770-2000 or (800) 735-1288. Ticket prices range from $30 to $57.

Listen to the full interview here for stories and laughs from Williams:

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