Sunday Supper Concert Series with Mary Gauthier and Jaimee Harris
July 19 @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Are you looking for something different than your typical Sunday night in? How about an intimate, family-style dinner prepared with delicious, local food? What about live music? And what if you could do all this while changing the lives of Dallas youth?
Join us for our Sunday Supper Concert Series hosted by Eric Nadel! We have some awesome guests planned for you and dinner prepared by the amazing chefs and Cafe Momentum interns. Our chefs craft a one-time-only menu based on the artists’ favorite food. We’ve served up some delicious suppers so far! Our guests for July are Mary Gauthier and Jaimee Harris.
Ticket prices include
- a three-course dinner
- live musical performances
- complimentary wine, beer and bubbly
Join us on Sunday, July 19th for #EricNadelSundaySupper featuring Mary Gauthier and Jaimee Harris. Doors open at 6:00 and the show starts at 6:30.
Gauthier was born in New Orleans, Louisiana. Born to a mother she never knew and relinquished in St Vincent’s Women and Infants Asylum, Gauthier was adopted when she was about a year old by an Italian Catholic couple from Thibodaux, Louisiana.Struggling to deal with being adopted, she used drugs and alcohol. At age 15, she ran away from home, and spent the next several years in drug rehabilitation, halfway houses, and living with friends; she spent her 18th birthday in a jail cell. These experiences provided fodder for her songwriting later on. Spurred on by friends, she enrolled at Louisiana State University as a philosophy major, dropping out during her senior year. After attending the Cambridge School of Culinary Arts, she opened a Cajun restaurant in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood, Dixie Kitchen (also the title of her first album). Mary ran, and cooked at, the restaurant for eleven years. She was arrested for drunk driving opening night, July 12, 1990, and has been sober ever since. After achieving sobriety, she was driven to dedicate herself full-time to songwriting, and embarked upon a career in music. She wrote her first song at age 35.