Thursday, April 10, 2014

'Soft Sounds of the Seventies' night at Lil Indies with special drink menu

Posted By on Thu, Apr 10, 2014 at 3:51 PM


There are plenty of reasons to cherish the '70s for its broad music catalog. It's the decade that jump-started punk rock and hip-hop; it's when reggae could be called innovative; and rock got glam or art or prog appended to the front of it. But for some, it was the softer notes that hit home, and that's the vein of '70s you can expect Orlando Weekly contributor (and former music editor) Jason Ferguson to be tapping into 9 p.m. Saturday, April 26 at Lil Indies. (RSVP here)

Lil Indies cocktail slinger Kaitlin McGavock will be creating a special drink menu inspired by songs of the '70s, and while I'm not sure which artists she'll be channeling, I'm sure they'll all go down easy like Sunday morning.

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