Tuesday Night: Songs from a Southern Kitchen & Skillet Fried Chicken in Greensboro
Laurelyn Dosset and Scott Manring
Molly McGinn (photo by
Visiting singer/songwriter, Shannon Whitworth with Laurelyn Dosset(photo by
Live Songs From a Southern Kitchen & Skillet Fried Chicken
- Songs from a Southern Kitchen EVERY Tuesday at Lucky 32 featuring Laurelyn Dossett or Molly McGinn or Martha Bassett and others! Extraordinary performances by exceptional musicians in an intimate setting with incredible acoustics and impressive Southern fare and libations…with no cover charge! What’s not to like! Every Tuesday, 6:30-9:30 PM, no cover charge.
- On Tuesday's... Traditional Skillet-Fried Chicken, 4 PM until we run out! A breast, leg and a wing, pan-fried in locally-rendered lard, served with mashed potatoes, giblet gravy, collard greens and a hunk of dipping cornbread. $17 (Also see the current dinner menu.) Save the Date: We'll be moving our Skillet Fried Chicken to Sunday nights starting May 24 from 3 PM till we run out.
Schedule of Artists:
24 -- Dave Willis and Friends
31 -- Martha Bassett and Friends
7 -- Scott Manring and the Walker Family Band
14 -- Laurelyn Dossett and Scott Manring
21 -- Martha Bassett and friends
28 -- Molly McGinn and Wurlitzer Prize
5 -- Laurelyn Dossett and Scott Manring
12 -- Laurelyn Dossett and Scott Manring
19 -- Martha Bassett and friends
26 -- Molly McGinn and Wurlitzer Prize
About Laurelyn Dossett
Singer/songwriter Laurelyn Dossett lives and writes in the piedmont of North Carolina, and her songs tend to reflect the stories of the region, both traditional and contemporary. One of the most sought-after voices in creative collaborations, she co-founded Polecat Creek with singing partner Kari Sickenberger in 1997. Laurelyn has partnered with Triad Stage’s Preston Lane on five plays featuring regional folklore and original music. The NEA is supporting their next project, Radiunt Abundunt, about a rural NC visionary artist. Laurelyn has written songs for Grammy-winning artists Levon Helm and the Carolina Chocolate Drops and has songs featured in film and television. She wrote and performed the song cycle "The Gathering" for the NC Symphony in 2011. She is the 2012 recipient of the Betty Cone Medal of Arts and the 2010 recipient of the North Carolina Arts Council Fellowship for songwriting. Laurelyn lives with her family in Greensboro and eagerly anticipates every Tuesday night at Lucky 32!
About Molly McGinn
In the News:
Molly McGinn is an award-winning songwriter and journalist. Born in Dodge City, Kansas and raised on Willie Nelson's Stardust, McGinn brings a journalistic touch to her songwriting, blending truth with fantastical realism. Her latest solo project, Postcards from the Swamp, is a song series inspired by the Great Dismal Swamp in North Carolina, known as one of the last truly wild places remaining on the east coast. Find her performing with a range of musicians and projects around Greensboro, North Carolina and beyond. mollymcginn.com