Fall on The Green: Salim Nourallah
Join us on The Green at The Kessler (outdoor stage & lawn behind The Kessler Theater)!
The Green is open select Sundays starting at 5:00pm, music starts at 6:00pm.
These events are currently free, but space is limited and is first come-first served (as seated by our hosts).
Want to reserve a picnic table? You can select and pay for a table of your choice here! Each table seats up to 6 guests and will be reserved for you from opening to close on your selected evening.
Food will be available on-site each night from our neighbors at PhD, with beverage service from The Kessler Bar crew.
Events are "rain or shine" - in case of inclement weather, the performance will be moved indoors.
Salim Nourallah is a songwriter and singer whose resumé ranges from quiet ballads to rave-up rock. Nourallah first came to the public's attention in 2001 with the release of two very different albums -- Nourallah Brothers, a collection of intelligent and atmospheric pop songs written and recorded with his brother Faris Nourallah, and Self-Improvement?, the uptempo power pop-styled debut from Salim's other group, the Happiness Factor. In 2003, Salim also launched a solo career. Nourallah went on to release numerous solo albums as well as forming the Travoltas with local radio personality, Paul Slavens. He's won eleven Dallas Observer Awards - eight for Best Producer - and toured Europe multiple times. His latest record, A Nuclear Winter, is due out early next year with Marty Willson-Piper (the Church) co-producing and playing guitar.