I’m Ron Thompson. I am on a mission to bring people and communities together with food and live performance. My passion is exploring this crossover culture of food and stage — the people who create it, love it, revel in it, and use it to make where we live a better place to be.
A fun, entertaining, and delicious evening! The perfect blend of the artistry of both music and cuisine, that makes for an unforgettable experience.
It was a thrill and an honor to sponsor the first Chef & Song experience. I would do it again, in a heartbeat.
We had a great time at the first Chef & Song and were so pleased to be invited. A delightful evening with friends — a private concert — unbelievable food — attention to details in service and entertainment. When is the next Chef & Song?
Casie Caldwell has a knack for creating unique restaurants people love. She made us rethink our expectations of a salad with her chain of Greenz Salads restaurants. And now she’s making us rethink “pop-up” with her Trinity Groves restaurant where the kitchen has a permanent address, but the chefs are around for a limited time only.
We thoroughly enjoyed our first Chef & Song evening at LTO with Chef Blythe Beck in the kitchen and Denise Lee on the microphone. Both of these ladies served up a delightful evening. Looking forward to the next Chef & Song.
Like a lot of people over the past century, Robert Swann first came to the historic St. Paul United Methodist Church in Dallas, Texas looking for something of the Divine to fill parts of his heart left humanly empty. He found something but not what he expected. The church became his family. And jazz became his mission.
Tracy Fulton has a respectable enough job. He’s a private banker in a very tony part of town. If he were to divulge his client list, you might see names most of us are used to seeing only on TV or maybe a building. He sees them as contacts in his cell phone. But every third Thursday of the month, he swaps out his grey three-piece suit for a tuxedo. He puts down his smartphone for a microphone. And that’s when this buttoned-up banker-by-day turns into Mr. Cabaret at night.