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Sunday Supper Concert Series With Lilly Winwood

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    Sun, March 3, 2024 (6:00 PM - 8:30 PM)

Cafe Momentum
1510 Pacific Ave.
Dallas, TX 75201
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Savor live music, locally-sourced, unique cuisine and community vibes at our Sunday Supper. Limited seats! #EatDrinkChangelives

Indulge your senses in an evening of culinary delight and social impact at Café Momentum's Sunday Supper – a unique fusion of live music and artist-inspired, chef-curated cuisine that promises to elevate your dining experience to new heights! Join us for our Sunday Supper Concert Series hosted by La Bell, a Dallas-based Hip Hop and R&B recording artist, producer and radio DJ for KXT Radio. We are thrilled to share the guests we have planned for you this year. We've served up some delicious suppers so far! Our musical guests for our Sunday Supper in March 2024 are Lilly Winwood with guest performer Cyrena Wages!

Ticket prices include

  • a three-course dinner
  • live musical performances
  • complimentary wine, beer and bubbly
  • complimentary valet parking

Join us on Sunday, March 3rd for #SundaySupper featuring Lilly Winwood with musical guest Cyrena Wages.

Doors open at 5:30 and the show starts at 6:00.

Amazon returns as our presenting sponsor for 2024. Their support and commitment to the youth of Café Momentum inspires our interns to dream big and reach for the stars.

Thank you, Amazon!


Where can I contact the organizer with any questions? Email us at LauraBeth@cafemomentum.org or call us at (214)-303-1234

Lilly Winwood- When something is in your blood, it’s easy to take for granted. But if the last few years have taught Lilly Winwood anything, it’s that nothing is set in stone. Mixing salt-of-the-earth songwriting with a graceful splash of old-world sophistication, the Americana songstress reached a long-sought milestone with her 2021 album debut, Time Well Spent, only to feel like the clock had run out. But with her follow-up LP, Talking Walls, a weary creative heart has something to say once more.

“It’s exciting,” Winwood says, speaking not just of her latest project, but also the musical passion encoded in her DNA. An eclectic fusion of trans-Atlantic roots-music styles, hers is an unpredictable sound of opposing forces, with its feet firmly on the ground and head in the clouds – quite literally.

The daughter of Grammy winning British rocker Steve Winwood (Traffic, Spencer Davis Group), Lilly grew up splitting time between the U.K. and Nashville’s neon-lit streets, with the family often visiting her mother’s hometown. Back then music was ever present, she says, and whether performing with her older brother, writing teenaged odes to young love or just soaking in her father’s work, it gave Winwood a unique creative perspective – one that felt more in line with Nashville than London.

Cyrena Wages - Memphis-born Cyrena Wages spent the better part of her 2010s in neighboring Nashville, Tennessee. She first led a buzzy country band with her brother and boyfriend at the time, until that core trio became a duo called Lost Wages. While the siblings recorded with name producers like Marshall Altman (Frankie Ballard, Natasha Bedingfield) and Mark Needham (Dolly Parton, Walk the Moon), Cyrena nannied and tended bar.

“I’ll never forget. My dad had Tracy Nelson’s Mother Earth record with the song Down So Low on it. That’s the first time I really took in the sound of a woman with an alto voice, and it just wrecked me. So weighty and emotional. That’s when I knew I wanted to be a singer. Later he’d show me Bonnie Raitt and Bobbie Gentry and it all started to make sense.”

With her father’s musical influence, the legendary country-soul tradition of Memphis in her blood, and a growing fascination for how more contemporary singer-songwriters express their own soul—artists like Amy Winehouse, Phoebe Bridgers, Lana Del Rey—Cyrena developed a deep love for how music and honest confession can overlap.

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