Located at 208 North Jackson Avenue Russellville, Alabama 35653
Schedule and Events
Seen at the Roxy 2015
Seen at the Roxy 2014
Franklin County Arts and Humanities Council
Scholarships and Awards
Seen at the roxy in 2014- What a great Year!
A surprise visit from Santa at the December show!
Cari Ann Cornelius and Kerry Gilbert
Debby Nale and Wanda Myrick getting into the Christmas Spirit!
December Performer Cari Ann Cornelius and Friends
Performer Cari Ann Cornelius after the October show.
The Frank Bishop family buying Muscle Shoals merchandise after the movie.
Heather Boyd and daughters visit for the Elvis on Tour movie.
Elvis fans enjoying the movie.
Mr. and Mrs. Ayres support movies at the Roxy.
Senator Roger Beford with Arts Council members Susie Malone and Wanda Myrick on evening of Elvis on Tour movie.
Musicians Brianna Dean, Garrett, Dean, and Gatlan Vinson after their great performance at the August Rockin' at the Roxy show.
Singer/Songwriter Eddie Martin, Debra Williamson, and Kerry Gilbert visit after the August Rockin' at the Roxy.
Legendary Fame Recording Studios producer Rick Hall enjoys the July show.
The Koenig Sisters after their performance.
Sandra and Lauren Copeland
November performers First Born Sons from Hamilton.
Fame Recording Studio representative selling CDs and DVDs during the Muscle Shoals movie.
Visiting the concession stand before the movie starts.
Friends excited about the Roxy's movie Elvis on Tour.
Movie go-ers by one of the many Ronnie McDowell prints of Elvis in the Roxy.
Chase Sparks and friend enjoy Elvis on Tour.
Mollie and Gatlan Vinson from Florence.
Candis and Frank Glover from Rogersville enjoyed the August show.
Ella Bailey and performer Natalie Robertson
Lindsey Walker and Cassidy Williford at the July Rockin' at the Roxy.
July Performer Josie Beth Jones
July Performer Valarie Robertson
Performer Emily Whitehead, legendary musician Donnie Fritts, Stacy Moore, Austin Pennell, and Blake Malone after the May show.
May performer Emily Whitehead and percussionist Austin Pennell.
Ryan Reeves and Will Bruninga from Killen enjoy the May show with The KGB and Emily Whitehead.
Alabama Music Hall of Fame member Donnie Fritts enjoys the May show. Fritts, a musician and songwriter, has been the keyboardist for Kris Kristofferson for over 40 years.
Hannah Aldridge and Kerry Gilbert ham it up after the April show.
The Leavitts from Florence enjoyed the April show with Hannah Aldridge and The KGB.
Sherene Wade and Elaine Malmquist at the April show.
Emily Whitehead visits the Roxy in April to get ready for her first public show. Here she stands with Kerry Gilbert after the marquee was set announcing her performance.
Tommy and Deidre Gilchrist have only missed 5 shows of Rockin' at the Roxy with The KGB in the past six years! Here they are with Kerry Gilbert of The KGB after the March show.
March guest and performer Elle Claytor with Kerry Gilbert after the show. Thanks to all the Haleyville visitors for visiting the Roxy and supporting Elle!
Young Nashville musician Jackson Nance plays with The KGB electric guitarist Hugh Banks in February.
Betty Clement and Elaine Malmquist at the March Rockin at the Roxy with The KGB show.
Members of Soul Billy after performing a great concert at the January Rockin' at the Roxy show.
Fletcher Scott receives a plaque and a thank you from Susie Malone for 28 years of service on The Franklin County Arts and Humanities Council.
Lisa Darling and Kerry Gilbert after the January Soul Billy and KGB Rockin' at the Roxy show.
Kerry Gilbert meets fans Ann Ware, Lisa Darling and others after the January show.
Kayla Adams and Brad McGuire visiting from Moulton.
Etta and Jim Barnett of Sheffield and Jerry and Renea Zills of Russellville are frequent guests of the Roxy.
Pam, June, and Allie Martin enjoy the January concert with Soul Billy and The KGB.
Leah Nix, Mabeth Nix, and Beth Henderson enjoy Rockin' at the Roxy with The KGB.
The Roxy welcomes guests Lucy Palmer, Lisa Bradford, and Kim Greer !
Former Russellville native Michele Scott Morgan brings her son Heath to the beautiful historic Roxy Theatre while visiting Russellville.
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