Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Another Pleasant Valley Sunday Brunch, Sept. 25

OK, I'm not sure about the "Valley" part, but the rest is the Gospel truth. A great time to be had at the Listening Room! Featuring some pioneers in the world of contemporary Christian music who have continued to create music that speaks to all audiences...that means you!

Brunch is from 10am-2pm and features Eggs Benedict, Croque Monsieur, Croque Madame, French Toast, Mini Quiche Lorraine, Omelet Du Jour and more. (Regular ol' menu items are available, too, if your tastes run to the familiar like mine).

This week's performers:
Noon-1PM: Steve & Annie Chapman, Bill DiLuigi and Bonnie Lee Panda
1PM-2PM: Pam Mark Hall with Jerry Chamberlain

(No, I'm not related to Pam; the fact that we share 2 out of 3 names is sheer awesome coincidence).

I doubt Jerry C. will be pulling out any of the Daniel Amos tunes known and loved around the world...much less those by the Swirling Eddies, another of the bands his talents helped make semi-famous...but there's always hope.

The Listening Room Cafe has been voted one of the top music venues in town. It's in the Cummins Station building (the giant brick bldg. off the Demonbreun exit) in downtown Nashville. Park free on 10th Avenue or in the designated lot across the street just past the end of the building.

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