Call us old fashioned, but we like our soup unplugged. But seriously, there is something about soup that is meant to be enjoyed in a dimly lit, laid back setting without too much hustle and bustle. Ideally, it’s being served out of a giant cast iron cauldron over a roaring fire in a log cabin. But maybe that’s a bit much to ask these days. Second best? Getting to enjoy the culinary artistry of Chef Jeremy at the Creative Alliance’s Marquee Lounge while taking in a veritable smorgasbord of acoustic music, setting the tone for a lovely, low key evening. At Acoustic Soup (held this Tuesday at 8pm) you’ll hear the songs of seven different musicians, including Gavin Elder, Jen Swartout, Joel Price, and more. Ten dollars gets you in, and then the soup is complimentary. It’s the perfect antidote to these “when, oh when, will it finally be warm” days. It’s also particularly suited for a Tuesday night, when perhaps you’d like something to do, but the Wednesday workday looms. Turn on, tune in, and eat soup.
Acoustic Soup takes place Tuesday, March 31st at the Creative Alliance’s Marquee Lounge at 8pm. For more information, visit www.creativealliance.org.
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