Check out the highlights from the third installment of Serenade Supper Club, which took place on May 10th, 2014 in the Music Room on Edgewood Ave. in Atlanta. Rachel Rachal provided the musical entertain as guests enjpyed another great meal from Chef Hopeton Hibbert.
This woman can sing, y’all!
Atlanta singer/song writer LaTosha Brown discusses her influences and her upcoming single “Butterfly.” Look for the full-length EPK next month as Brown records her new jazz album. For more information about her work and concert dates, visit www.reverbnation.com/latoshabrown.
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A collaborative effort between Craig Garrett and Chef Hopeton Hibbert, Serenade Supper Club combines culinary adventures with fresh music. Sign up for more information about this monthly event here: eventbrite.com/e/serenade-supper-club-tickets-10668978201
The inaugural SSC featured Tomi Martin and special guest Trina Meade. Their musical talents were paired with Chef Hopeton’s meal that featured red wine braised duck over roasted acorn squash, golden raisins, pine nuts, and arugula. For the full menu, visit Chef Hopeton at chefhopeton.com/2014/01/28/serenade-supper-club/
The next SSC will be held on March 22nd and feature Atlanta native Alexandra Jackson and her own blend of jazz, soul, and funk. Visit facebook.com/serenadesupperclub for more info.
The cast of Young Frankenstein the Musical rehearses in On Stage Atlanta’s new location on Sunday. The production opens on July 12th and run through August 17th. Ticket information can be found on onstageatlanta.com
Mel Brooks’ monstrous comedy includes the comic ditties “The Transylvania Mania,” “He Vas My Boyfriend” and “Puttin’ On The Ritz.” The music and lyrics are by Mel Brooks.
On Stage Atlanta’s production is directed by Charlie Miller with music direction by Paul Tate and choreography by Colleen Hargis.
This is the first video in a personal multimedia project. Three Minutes will spotlight different artists from all genres offering a triptych look into their artistic endeavors. The full post can be read at brainjobs.us/kewink/2013/06/kicking3abdul-khaliq/
The evolution of newspaper video continues as these pros discuss. Personally, I remain hopeful that the future of journalism will include quality documentary style video.