LSA Burgers has announced the purchase of a new sound system for their recently expanded rooftop patio, which hosts live music every evening throughout the week. Owners confirmed they are extending musical acts into 4am and their new speaker amps have a custom volume dial that does indeed go up to 11.
"We are huge fans of live music," says co-owner John "Sparky" Pearson, "and we want to be sure everyone in Dallas and even God himself in heaven can savor the tasty tunes we're serving up." The Denton HS alumni grew up with an abiding love for hamburgers and loud music, and has now turned those passions into an entrepreneurial vision for the downtown Denton Courthouse Square.
"Growing up cruising the Square with sweet jams cranked in my beat-up Ford Pinto, the pearl-clutching blue hairs used to wag their fingers telling me to turn down my loud music," Sparky fondly recalls. "Well guess who is wagging a finger in the air now?"
Pearson is undeterred by critics who complain of "Dentrification" of the Square. "Junk shops and old lady boutiques had their day," he shrugs, pointing to a tattoo on his arm that says 'If its too loud then you're too old'. "This is my motto, and I ain't never getting too old." Sparky's vision is to bring a Piano Bar and a cement mixing plant to downtown sometime next year, right around this time (April 1, 2018).