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Infinity Theatre rocks with 'Million Dollar Quartet'

Infinity Theatre rocks with 'Million Dollar Quartet'

There's something irresistible about eavesdropping on great musicians jamming, away from audiences and expectations. If someone thinks to turn on a microphone during such a session, you can end up with an invaluable souvenir.

That's what happened Dec. 4, 1956. In a major case of serendipity, Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash and Carl Perkins stopped by Sun Records Studio in Memphis, Tenn., to see founder Sam Phillips, a key force in their careers. The music-making that night made history. It eventually made a pretty good jukebox musical, too.

"Million Dollar Quartet" — the title comes from the nickname a local paper gave the foursome after that...