Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Myrna Clayton “American Songbird of the South” and More Grace Eddie’s Attic Gospel Brunch with Revival April 9

Lift those hands and give it up for Eddie’s Attic Gospel Brunch on Sunday, April 9, backed by a bodacious buffet of Southern favorites from Revival executive chef Andreas Müller. “American Songbird of the South” Myrna Clayton performs globally and regularly sings the vocals with the Westside Winds 24-piece “big band” jazz orchestra. The Atlanta native credits Ella Fitzgerald, Aretha Franklin and Natalie Cole as her musical influences. Gospel veteran Harold Holloway, the face of Harold Holloway & Company and performer on BET’s “Bobby Jones Gospel Show,” joins Clayton, along with opener Jillian “Jillybean” Loux. Get in the gospel music groove watching the short video, The Myrna Clayton Experience. Doors open at noon; show begins at 1 p.m. Buy general admission tickets on Ticketfly for $20 each or purchase table seats in multiples of four for $20 per seat (tables filled day of show on a first-come, first-served basis). Brunch is an additional $24 per person and includes coffee, soda and tea (available for purchase day of show; tax and gratuity not included).

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