Valentine’s Evening with The Moonspinners - Music and dancing. Dinner Specials for Valentine’s day with you and yours.. Join us for a lovely show, photo booth and more..
“HOW IT ALL BEGAN: Garth and Tor are longtime musical collaborators. Garth met Annabella on the bus one day and they talked about maybe getting together to play songs by artists they both loved...some years and a couple of bands later the group of acquaintances and friends finally got together and started to play obscure tunes from artist's like Jackie De Shannon, The Shirelles, France Gall, The Stylistics, Nina Simone, Sam Cooke, Richard Hell and Brenda Lee to name a few...their favorite song to cover to date is Don't Go Breaking My Heart by Burt Bacharach. But wait...they do originals too, one of which is their theme song which conjures up a dream summer of 1964 and Make It Your Own, which brings to mind a scene from The Umbrella’s of Cherbourg. FIRST SHOWS: The Moonspinners first gig was in a Capitol Hill speakeasy playing to drunks, dropouts and other members of the art crowd till wee in the morning. The MoonSpinners won over the crowd with their dynamic set of songs and unique stage presence. Feeling very much at home in this setting the MoonSpinners became regulars at this particular speakeasy, working out their songs, even though frequently halted by task master Tor for hitting a wrong note or arguing on what song to play next…the crowd seemed to enjoy this behavior. “