Lucky 32 Southern Kitchen in Greensboro features a series of live performances curated by Ogi Overman. Enjoy an evening with fine area musicians, Southern snacks and a wide selection of libations (see the menu). Make yourself at home. Every Tuesday 6 ’til 9 PM. No cover charge!
Songs From a Southern Kitchen
Feb. 13: Vaughan Penn
Feb. 20: String Thing (Brad Newell, Bob Martin)
Feb. 27: Graymatter
Mar. 6: Molly McGinn, Dave Willis, Brent Buckner
Mar. 13: Radials “lite”
Mar. 20: Sam Frazier, Eddie Walker
Mar. 27: Joey Barnes and Courtney Leigh Hudson
Dave Cecil Band
Dave Cecil started writing on the piano at age 6. Putting notes together just seemed to make sense to him. He began writing lyrics shortly after and while secretly playing one of his brother’s guitars he wrote his first song. Through the years he has developed a style all his own and totally original. Dave, now on his 3rd record, plays & performs his original style of music regularly in Greensboro NC and throughout the Southeast.
Anyone even remotely acquainted with the area music scene is a fan of Sam Frazier. “Legendary” is not too strong a word to describe the venerable guitarist. Yet, while revered for his instrumental chops, he also possesses one of the finest and most distinctive voices around. Additionally, he has a mile-long track record of original compositions and is still as prolific as ever. Frontman, sideman, slinger and singer, Sam is likely the area’s most gifted talent. And a heck of a nice guy to boot.
You’ll be movin and groovin to tunes from the 20’s onward! They put a little spin on some of the old standards, play some fabulous dance numbers, and pull out some show-stopping three part female vocal harmony tunes that will be a delight for your ears.
Some performers exude a sense of poise and professionalism that marks them as winners. Abigail has that look. A relative newcomer to the Greensboro music scene, she quickly established herself as a top-shelf singer-songwriter in it for the duration. She recently released her debut album, which immediately went in rotation on area college radio stations. She also booked a multi-state tour in support of the CD, but when not on the road, expect to see her at Lucky 32 on a regular basis. She’s definitely a keeper.