Join our Speakeasy Unplugged this Friday and Saturday from 9-11pm and enjoy the musical talents of "Harry Gatling" 

Doors open at 8pm.   Seating is limited to 50 people$25 per person/$45 per couple.  see details on the Flyer

Not only will there be a private performance from Harry, but Chef Devin will be treating you to his choice of special tastings throughout the performance as part of the event

Now, a bit about Harry:

HARRY GATLING JR aka “Dirty” Harry: Vocalist/ Musician/ Actor
“Dirty” Harry is a product of the “dirty waters” Waterbury, Connecticut most famously known as the Brass City during the industrial manufacturing era.
Harry’s musical and acting influences began early as a child at home and church where he was introduced to the drums, organ, piano, guitar, vocal and acting techniques for stage.
Inspirational and close family ties from Waterbury CT. include the likes of Sheryl Lee Ralph ( Actress/Singer/Activist) as well as Kenny James (Male Vocalist Grand Champion of Star Search). Most notably Harry’s father was a longtime confidant and guitarist with IKE & TINA TURNER during the 1960’s in St.Louis.
            Harry participated In choirs and theatrical productions that crossed the United States and Canada.  He studied voice which enabled him to cultivate a soaring 2nd Tenor and smooth easy Baritone.  Harry has been influenced by legendary musicians and singers such as Rev. James Cleveland, Rev.Al Green, Ronald Isley, Ray Charles, Teddy Pendergrass, Barry White
            The “Dirty One” has appeared and shared the stage with: Bill Pinkney’s Original Drifters, The Tams, SOS Band, Percy Sledge, Gorgeous George and The Isley Brothers, and performed for actress Jane Fonda’s Birthday Gala with fellow band mates C.O.D. featuring Unisoghn.             
            As an actor, Harry has appeared in several commercials and industrialvideos (North Carolina Lottery, Goodwill, Lowes ) and films (Blood Done Sign My Name, Jury of Our Peers, and currently filming The Tree Widow by (Producer/Director/Actress) Alison Mill-Newman.