Soul Kitchen with Steve Taylor & Greg Whipple Benefitting Silverlake Conservatory of Music

Come into the Soul Kitchen on May 18th, 2017 for an evening with Steve Taylor and Greg Whipple, benefitting the amazing Silverlake Conservatory of Music.

This is an intimate evening with the artists. The commissary is turned into a stage and food and libations are flowing! We all share a meal in between sets!

After the first set, we’ll share a family style supper. Of course, we begin with specialty cocktails and assorted hors D’oeuvre.

Steve and Greg with give us a set while we settle in for the evening.

This is Steve. He’s a bit of a legend. I think it’s going to be a great night.

“Steve’s a multi-instrumentalist with a diverse background. He’s played with everyone from black gospel churches to the LA electro soul group Rhye.

His new opus, “The Land of Milk and Honey”,  was recorded in between international tours and recording gigs. A sparse, moody, and soulful record, it is full of ruminations on the search for an idyllic paradise amidst the chaos and loneliness of modern day life.”

The evening is all inclusive. Buy your tickets on the event page ( scroll down to the PayPal button) and show up on May 18th!

You will get an e-mail confirmation and a reminder.

We wine you and dine you and entertain too. It’s an indoor outdoor kind of venue, and you may have to move your chair from dinner to  the last set.

This is Greg.

Normally Greg is behind the scenes singing on film, television, and commercial scores. He’s also worked with  Imogen Heap and Muse.  Greg is excited to step into the spotlight  and share some of his favorite pop songs… that most people have never heard.

Come have a listen. Enjoy an amazing  four course supper with appetizers,  a bountiful vegan friendly menu for omnivores and desserts.

There will be wine, elixirs and cordials, it’s a grown up event.

Tickets: $75. to the benefit of The Silverlake Conservatory of Music

Pay here –  scroll down to the PayPal button. 

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