After a one year absence, Eric Nadel’s Birthday Benefit returns for its 9th edition. This will be a reduced capacity show. All proceeds will go to Grant Halliburton Foundation.
Since 2006, Grant Halliburton Foundation has worked to strengthen the network of mental health resources for children, teens and young adults to promote better mental health and prevent suicide in North Texas. Learn more at GrantHalliburton.org.
Back for their first show since the pandemic caused their soulful jubilations to come to a grinding halt, East Dallas soul revelation Bastards of Soul is back up on the scene and ready to celebrate the Summer of Soul at this exclusive special event.
Rooted in infectious rhythm and blues from the late 60s heyday, BoS bring a funky backbone, warm textures and punchy brass for dynamic frontman Chadwick Murray to soar on top of.
It’s can’t stop/won’t stop super-dynamite soul all night long. So peep the Dallas Observer’s 2020 Album of the Year – BoS’ debut release Spinnin’ on Eastwood Music Group, and make sure you’re there for their triumphant return!
“You can hear the influences, and those, along with their original Texas sound will make your day whether you’re a soul lover or not“ – Flea Market Funk
Long-time Kessler favorite Daphne Willis will open the show. She has performed at most of Eric’s Birthday Benefits, including the inaugural show in 2012. Daphne’s hit song, “Somebody’s Someone” has touched millions of lives all over the world with over 25 million views. A newly re-visioned version of the song was recently released and is available at all the usual music sources.
TABLES AND SUITES ARE AVAILABLE IN SPONSORSHIPS THROUGH GRANT HALLIBURTON FOUNDATION. Click Here to learn more or to purchase a sponsorship.