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Super cool place that now serves lunch!!!
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Winter super salad is delicious but if you are vegetarian ask for a different dressing since the basil dressing has anchovy paste. The Greek flatbread pizza is great too. Also, very friendly staff! Come check it out for yourself. Tiny listening room where musicians come to share their new music. The stage was nice and low. But if you like to be close to the stage, you must arrive early.
They have sitting arrangement of 4 chairs and a table. There was hot food being offered.
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What I liked about this atmosphere was that almost everyone knew each other. The sound system was very good and the performance I had come to see was just awesome. What was even better was that they held a meet and greet with the artist at no extra charge. If you really want a fun night out on the town, this is one of Knoxville's Hot Spots! They have a tremendously yummy menu and you can get a cold beer, tasteful wine, or even share a cup of joe with a friend.
Some of the entertainment there will ROCK your socks, and others can provide you with a nice background setting for dinner. I am a huge fan of Open Chord and I can't wait to go again! So tell your friends that The Open Chord is the place to be! We saw John Paul White at this venue. We are used to going to downtown venues so this was definitely a change for us. Overall it was a pretty good experience.
I got there almost 40 minutes early there wasn't that many people in line but by the time I got in there there was no seating whatsoever near the stage. The person that came with me has a little bit of a disability and cannot stand for a few hours at a time.
I arrived intentionally to be able to get her a seat so she could see not just hear the singer. Even though we were 40 minutes early we ended up in the very back and could only see the top of the singers head- if that.
It was a big disappointment. It would've been nice if they would've had some chairs in the front directly in front of the stage or shorter tables. There was basically barstool type seating in the back and along the edges. I can see if it was a rock concert etc. To come that early and end up way in the back was pretty lame. There were quite a few people wandering around lost with no place to put their food or drinks and other people commented about the seating, lack thereof.
The place was decorated nice. I liked the filament lighting's coming down from the ceiling and their signs were well done. Loved all the screens that projected what was going on on stage.
Food was "meh" but we didn't go there for the food. The chips and salsa tasted like they just came from the grocery store and the pizza crust with soggy. But it was all edible. It's barfood you're not going there for a five-star meal. What stood out was definitely the staff.
They were all very friendly and helpful and one of the highlights of the evening. I can definitely see myself going back, I'm just really hoping they work on the seating.
Every small venue I have been to always has some sort of seating directly in front of the stage even if it's just a couple rows of chairs and that makes all the difference in the world especially for relaxing singer-songwriter events. This place is in transition. I have to rate it an average of 3 stars based on my ratings for several things I experienced--some great and others just OK.
I'm starting with the best-- 1. I wasn't crazy about Chelsea's music, but her voice was gorgeous. Jordy, on the other hand, was dynamite. What an authentic, meaningful artist. His original music was touching and poignant, and his brilliant rendition of Billie Jean was smart and moving.
I applaud Open Chord for bringing in this caliber of talent--way to go! The acoustics were excellent. Our group of 4 sat near the front at a hi top and had no problem seeing or hearing a single thing.
The lighting was dim which I love. The temperature was too chilly for our linking-3 of the 4 of us kept our coats on the entire time.
Despite having asked staff twice to make it warmer, it stayed chilly and that bothers me. Decor wise it's very basic, with just some tables, a stage, and a small area in the back where you can peruse guitars. I did not go back there so I don't know anything about their selection.
They stated that they are in the process of expanding their bar, food and service capabilities so they become more of a full service restaurant. We had to order our drinks and food in the back at the psuedo-bar. They did serve us our food at the table, which I guess was thoughtful considering they had about people in the room all night.
I'm hoping their kitchen 'chef' is in transition too, because I ate what I ordered simply because it was 'there. They were out of the pretzel with beer cheese, which was really really wanted.
After that traumatic experience, he returned to England, shuttling between London and Hull, where his father's band had a permanent residency. It was here that Kirchin met sound engineer Keith Herd in a music shop. Image caption Keith Herd became lifelong friends with Kirchin after first meeting in the s in a music shop in Hull Together, working in Herd's studio, they helped develop the techniques that would produce Kirchin's radical new sound.
At around the same time Kirchin delved deeper into the foray of tape manipulation and sound experimentation, giving birth to his innovative Worlds Within Worlds series. Among the sounds he recorded - and manipulated - were those of autistic children. He was living in Switzerland with his Swiss wife Esther, who was a teacher at a school which catered specifically for autistic pupils.
Kirchin explained his reasons in a BBC Radio 3 interview indescribing how he was "fascinated by the sounds these children make when they're trying to communicate". Tim Gane, of Stereolab, said his thirst for the experimental and avant-garde led him to Kirchin's records in the early s.
It doesn't sound really like it was done in the mids. It sounded like possibly something from the Avengers, like a chase scene or something, there's that really frenetic drumming and organ work.
It's a great piece of music. However, he continued to produce music with the help of Iain Firth, a young engineering graduate, and paid session musicians with his dole money and royalties.
At the same time, his material had been rediscovered by jazz enthusiast Jonny Trunk, who released a number of Kirchin's tracks on his eponymous record label at the turn of the millennium. But by this point Kirchin had become very ill with cancer. Me and Bruce Adams went to do a session, he answered the door and half his face wasn't there, which was a hell of a shock. It was terrifying and nothing had prepared us for that.
Others included the legendary Jimmy Page and Mick Ronson, before they became famous More than 10 years after his death, Kirchin's achievements are now being publicly recognised at a festival in Hull celebrating his life and work. No one ever did anything like that until him.