Eddies Attic Gospel Brunch - w/ "Brunch by Revival" - Otis Redding III & Mudcat and the Atlanta Horns
515-B North McDonough St.
Decatur, GA, 30030
Doors 12:00 PM / Show 1:00 PM
Gospel Brunch Info
Hallelujah! Eddie’s Attic in Decatur is resurrecting Gospel Brunch on Sunday, June 4. Otis Redding III, son of the late, great Otis Redding, and Atlanta blues legend Mudcat & the Atlanta Horns croon by performing some of Redding’s hits including “Dock of the Bay,” “These Arms of Mine” and “I’ve Been Loving You Too Long.” Doors open at noon; show begins at 1 p.m. For the show, general admission tickets are $20 each or purchase table seats in multiples of four for $20 per seat (tables filled day of show on first-come, first-served basis). Come for the tunes and stay for the food! Enjoy a buffet of Southern brunch selections by Revival and Red Beard Special Events for an additional $24 and includes coffee, soda and tea (available for purchase day of show, tax and gratuity not included).
Top off the uplifting experience by giving thanks for a buffet line of Southern favorites from Revival executive chef Andreas Müller.
Doors open at 12 PM, show begins at 1 PM. For the show, general admission tickets are $20 each or purchase table seats in multiples of four for $20 per seat (tables filled day of show on first-come, first-served basis). All-you-can eat brunch by Revival is an additional $24 and includes coffee, soda and tea (available for purchase day of show, tax and gratuity not included).
Born in St. Paul on the banks of the Mississippi River and raised on Tybee Island, Georgia, Mudcat began engaging audiences while traveling and busking on the sidewalks and at fairs throughout the US. Mudcat has apprenticed under many American musical pioneers, including Frank Edwards, Cootie Stark, Cora Mae Bryant, Neal Pattman, Dickey Betts, and Taj Mahal.
"The blues is a universal feeling that transcends languages, social status and the constraints of musical genre. Danny "Mudcat" Dudeck knows that feeling intimately. He travels the globe spreading his version of the blues gospel and regularly works with a number of international blues-preservation organizations. Whether performing solo, leading a smokin' band or a tight, one-off jam session with a founding father or a group of novices, his soulful and emotive delivery evokes images of the hard times that fed the early blues pioneers. And Mudcat's Bayou-baked, chicken-party revues can make even the most jaded music fan happy to be blue." - Creative Loafing Atlanta
$20.00 - $25.00
Please Note: Brunch will be a separate charge.