We don’t get out to concerts much anymore, but we both love jazz and R&B (our absolute favorite!). So, when I noticed in the paper that a great group called 5 Men on a Stool, that we had heard twice in Atlanta was going to be in Birmingham & it just so happened that it was hubby’s birthday weekend, we got tickets & went Saturday night. We had never been to Workplay either, most of the groups that play there are not really our style, but we were pleasantly surprised at this venue & how small & intimate it is. There’s not a bad seat in the house. It’s also non-smoking which is a big plus for us.
The vocalist, Kermit Quinn, has a wonderful voice.
Trumpeteer, Melvin Miller. These guys walk around & mingle with the crowd while they are playing their solos. It’s neat!
Saxaphone player, Antonio Allen.
But I’d love to take off the cushion & cover it with my own fabric. I’ve taken the legs off underneath (they screw on) and cannot see anywhere to unscrew the seat to take it off. I will have to investigate further, but it’s sure not obvious. I’m kind of bummed about that, as I have plenty of my blue fabrics left that would work great on here. I’m sure there is someway to get it off, but it is not obvious at all. I guess I can live with this fabric even if I can’t get it off.
It’s a little darker than my vanity, but overall it looks fine. It slides under there perfectly & is a great space saver too.