Venues across the globe are beginning to slowly reopen. In the interest of public safety, guidelines for reopening public spaces have been established, including social distancing requirements and enhanced sanitation practices.
What does this mean to us? Well, our tiny venue will now only be allowed to serve 30 guests at once. Everyone must be seated at a table. There can be no standing room and no parties larger than six persons. We will be wearing masks and we ask that our guests do the same as they arrive and as they leave.
Our new limited seating capacity will not be a sustainable business model for long and so, for now, it will require that we make some changes in the way that we sell tickets. Until life returns to “normal” and we are allowed once again to use all of our seating, we will only sell tickets for a “table.” The table will seat four. We will also have two tables of six available.
As of now, we have not instituted a food/drink minimum because we have faith that those of you reading this are already well aware that if we don’t sell food or drink then we won’t be able to keep the doors open, so for now at least, we will leave it up to you to decide to eat, drink and be merry.
Up until two years ago, Sarah Grace experienced synesthesia, a perceptual phenomenon which gave her strong sound-to-color associations. Although it has faded, she still has strong memories of certain songs, chords, and notes looking like specific colors as though music was “just like a painting.”
Sarah Grace was the first singer on The Voice to play trumpet and the first to play a Hammond organ. As a result, Hammond Organ invited Sarah to be an official artist in the Hammond family. Off stage, Sarah Grace attends the prestigious High School for the Performing and Visual Arts as a trumpet major and she performs in their orchestra, jazz and concert band ensembles.
Sarah Grace is no stranger to the stage, having performed over 100 shows in 2018, and currently touring nationally with her band Sarah Grace and The Soul, comprised of equally talented young musicians. They have won multiple awards including being named the “Best Newcomer” for 2019 by the Houston Press.