Phil Clark & Bobby Floyd’s Gospel Tribute


6:00 PM to 9:00 PM


The Refectory Restaurant & Bistro

1092 Bethel Rd., Columbus, OH 43220

(614) 451-9774

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Dinner Music Series 


Phil Clark & Bobby Floyd’s Gospel Tribute

 ~ Gospel ~

Thursday, February 13th 6:00pm 

Enjoy a Special Four-Course Dinner with a Live Performance

$100 per guest (plus beverages, tax & gratuity)

Columbus’ most intimate Dinner Music Experience! 

Hosted in our upstairs private room

Unlike other “background music” venues, we present a private “concert” experience, front and center. 

Therefore, for the consideration of other guests, we ask that you please consider not conversing loudly during the performance. 

You may arrive between 5:30 to 5:45.

The evening features a special four-course dinner served with the live performance.

The first two or three courses will be served between 6:00 and 7:00.

The concert performance begins at 7:00.

If you are unable to arrive at 6:00, please let us know and we can make arrangements to accommodate you. 

Bobby Floyd and Phil Clark

Usually singing and playing jazz or soul standards in our Choir Loft, this performance — by Phil, the legendary Bobby Floyd, and a host of other Columbus veteran jazz musicians — brings the gospel legacies of Walter Hawkins and Andrae Crouch to our Dinner Music Series audience for the first time. The show debuted in Columbus in 2017, then was reprised earlier this year, and now the band is again eager to perform it.

From Phil: “When I sing Jazz standards they are about human emotions that are common to everyone who has experienced love, life and pain. Those are the songs of ‘terra firma’. The songs I’ve collected for this gospel show are songs of the spirit, and can move every listener in a much deeper way. Each and every one is a song that I have found myself singing in the high times and the low, and they have helped me out of the low, and made the highs even higher. The music of Walter Hawkins and Andrae Crouch holds to the standards of jazz and provides an immediate attraction for musicians of all styles, but most certainly those of us who love jazz. Jazz fans appreciate the genre in part for its amazing ability to conjure up emotions.”