Silver Roof 2 feat. Epiphany "Big Piph" Morrow

October 25, 2018Doors open at 6pm  |  $35

Epiphany “Big Piph” Morrow is a Stanford-educated international emcee and community builder. This noted TEDx speaker is a solo artist and front man for the 7pc jazz and funk infused, hip-hop ensemble, “Big Piph & Tomorrow Maybe”. His music, talks, and workshops have taken him abroad to countries such as Morocco, The Gambia, Seychelles, Thailand, Myanmar, and more.

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An Evening of American Stringband Music

November 29, 2018Doors open at 6pm  |  $20

Join Steve Davison, Fingerfood and the Dozier Hill band for a night of American stringband music. Steve Davison is releasing a new CD, The Best Of Friends which will feature the full ensemble. The Dozier Hill Band featuring Danny Dozier, Tim Crouch, Irl Hees and Kenny Loggains will open the show with a set of songs from the Americana songbook. They will then join Steve Davison and Micky Rigby to perform the new CD project.

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The Accidental Salvation of Gracie Lee with Talya Tate Boerner

January 24, 2019Doors open at 6pm  |  $35

Talya Tate Boerner draws on her childhood to deliver listeners back to a simpler time when screen doors slammed, and Momma baked cornbread for supper every night.

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Sing Me A Story with Sweet Cecilia

July 25, 2019Doors open at 6pm  |  $35

The all female, award-winning band, Sweet Cecilia, is a family trio from Cecilia, LA. Their music is deeply rooted in country, rock, folk, and Cajun influences. Recently they've been racking up awards and are coming to sing you a story.

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Connecting and Giving Back w/ Capi Peck

August 22, 2019Doors open at 6pm  |  $35

Capi Peck is a Little Rock native who calls herself a “self-taught good cook” with deep culinary roots. Her love of great food, cooking and the hospitality business grew from her childhood experiences at her family’s establishment, the Sam Peck Hotel.

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An Evening with Jessica B. Harris

March 28, 2019Doors open at 6pm  |  $35

Jessica B. Harris is an award-winning food historian and one of the world’s leading experts on African Diaspora cooking. She’s the author of the memoir, My Soul Looks Back, about her days in Harlem in the Seventies, where her social circle included James Baldwin, Toni Morrison, Maya Angelou, Nina Simone and other leading black intellectuals and artists of the time.

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