I'm thrilled to be heading across the pond soon to play some music in Scotland, England, and the Netherlands (my first visit to Amsterdam!)
I've recently confirmed that I'll be playing on the Medicine Show with Rob Ellen in Ulapool, his radio show, and then live that same evening at the Argyle Hotel, Ulapool, all happening on May 19. The previous day I'll be doing a virtual house concert with Dave Sidley at the Music Shed. I've played house concerts before, but this'll be my first… Continue
Added by mark cool on April 23, 2009 at 7:00 —
It's official !!! I'm on way over mid July thru who knows how much off August? It's my first tour overseas and to say I'm excited about it would be an obvious understatement. I've just posted some of the dates with more to follow and would like to thank everyone who has helped get this tour started. I've had the good fortune of having the help and support of Mr Rob Ellen whom we all know. It has been thru him that I have been introduced to a huge group of new friends. Fellow… Continue
Added by Tim Scott on April 23, 2009 at 5:00 —
The Afcollective is putting on regular events and are looking for new acts for
Paisley Unplugged Tues/Fri/Sat contact Mick or Paddy(Paisley Unplugged in myspace top friends) for dates
Stirlings Drouthy Neebors Tuesday Nights.
nice venue with a great atmosphere to play here contact Stoo Nicol or Djay Buddha
The Village Edinburgh usually Monthly in this fine venue in Leith
The Hidden lane Cafe Glasgow Thurs/Sun
It's an acoustic thing! Thursday nights organised by… Continue
Added by Djay Buddha on April 22, 2009 at 1:05 —
Added by Mark Elliott on April 1, 2009 at 9:23 —
Am not quite sure how to work this site yet so please excuse the fumbling around....
We happened upon The House Concert European Hub earlier this week as a result of looking for possible venues to play during our visit to mainland Europe in late May / early June. It looks like a great initiative!
We're from Stroud, Gloucestershire, UK. Stroud has become a location synonymous with music and the arts generally and is a place… Continue
Added by Confoundry on March 26, 2009 at 8:35 —
The first "virtual house concert" From The Music Shed
featuring Angie Palmer and supported by Roddy Huggan and Maria Hall with Jeremy Perron, was successfully broadcast via webcam between 3pm and 7pm yesterday (15th March)
.A live DVD recording mixing via 2 cameras ,was also created and sound was recorded on a tascam 24 track also.We did encounter a few technical problems however! firstly with the network connection dropping out and also with audio being broadcast .The latter… Continue
Added by Dave Sidley on March 16, 2009 at 13:30 —
The thing in music that seems to be taking off in Europe now is House Concerts .My good friend and presenter Rob Ellen has even started a house concerts hub which you can find a link to on here.It tells you all about it how to be a host etc I grew up singing in houses my aunties my mothers it was the done thing and I would love to go and sing to people in their living rooms Have you got a big living room that can hold 20 to 30 people? Would you like… Continue
Added by Mary Kathleen Burke on March 7, 2009 at 20:17 —
Here's some of my Open Guitar Tunings:
D A D G B E
drop the bass E down to D.
D A D G A D
drop the second and first string a whole tone each.
D A D F A D
the G is now dropped to an F,
making a D major triad in the fourth, third and second strings.
D G D G B D
think that the "bottom" of the tuning is the fifth string,
and the low D is "extra".
all of the cords you play in open D are… Continue
Added by dr. jay & miss diana on March 6, 2009 at 4:30 —
I snapped this shot of the audience just moments before taking the stage in Leeds.
This is part 1 of the many disorganized posts that I'll be throwing together in the next few days. I'll be chronicling my month long tour with everyone's best friend, Billy Bragg.
The tour started out with United Airlines losing my luggage (it ended the same way). This is but one of many times that they've lost my luggage over the years. This made it… Continue
Added by Otis Gibbs on March 5, 2009 at 23:33 —
i'm touring in scotland this may and i have the following dates available for house shows at this point:
may 15,16,17,18,19 friday-tue.
i'm booked up wed the 20th through sunday the 24th
to book a show, email; email@example.com
Added by mark cool on March 4, 2009 at 5:36 —
Remo Ricaldone's review for www.planetcountry.it!
Robert Coleman Trussell is a Texas singer originally from Kingsville, but currently residing in Kansas City. His debut 2005 “Texas Gothic” CD was a successful Roots and Americana work both in Europe and the States. The acoustic/country “Juice and Jive” has now arrived to continue this folk and blues conversation. Great singing and lyrics stand out in this CD; it's spartan, yet intriguing… Continue
Added by Robert Coleman Trussell on February 26, 2009 at 5:46 —
If any of my mailing list members joined here as a result of the plug I gave it in my last newsletter, make sure you add me as a friend here.
And good to see you too!!
Added by Alun Parry on February 22, 2009 at 12:50 —
I'm releasing my forthcoming album in late August so will be touring in September, October and November.
My good mates The Good Intentions (cracking band by the way!) put me on to this community so thanks to the GI's.
I'm looking for dates to fill up my tour schedule and house gigs would be just perfect.
If anyone fancies inviting me over to play for you in September, October or November then please get in touch.
I have already secured one tour date… Continue
Added by Alun Parry on February 19, 2009 at 17:25 —
though friends and colleagues might be interested in the review on Americana UK website:
The Good Intentions "Poor Boy" (Boronda Records 2008)
Liverpool’s Sweethearts of the Rodeo
The Good Intentions consist of R.Peter Davies (lead vocals and guitar), Gabrielle Monk (vocals) and Frank Roskell (electric guitar and vocals), and whilst based in the UK this record oozes the influences of the Byrds, The Long Ryders and Neil Young… Continue
Added by the Good Intentions on February 19, 2009 at 12:38 —
Please, if anybody is interested in booking me
in southern england or else.. smile
please contact me hermann lammers meyer
www.myspace.com/hlammersmeyer to check my sound
oo49 4962 338 Tel firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Hermann Lammers Meyer on February 16, 2009 at 7:30 —
Listen Now: John Lilly in Concert
John Lilly is known as a singer, songwriter, folklorist and historian.
"Good News/Bad News"
"This Old Knife"
"Friday, Sunday's Coming"
John Lilly On Mountain Stage
NPR.org, February 6, 2009… Continue
Added by John Lilly on February 13, 2009 at 17:37 —
It is with great pride I have been blessed to be able to continue to sing my blue's at this young age, LOL. It is my honest desire to be able to take these blues all over the world. I have the old school blues which are the daddy of all blues. I know every musician is aware of the fact that the old school blue's musician's are going on to glory or on their way, I for one, as long as the Creator allow me intend to present my blues to audiences all over the world, so far this has not beeen… Continue
Added by Bobbie Mercy Oliver on February 10, 2009 at 23:27 —
I've started uploading various photos from house concerts held at the makeshift theatre (Dunnet Head lighthouse). I will be in communications with our "house photographer" Fergus Mathers to get a selection of the best shots from all concerts held over 4 years & promptly upload them.
From Steve & Jubal Lee Young all the way through to Little Feat duo Paul & Fred, watch this space
thanks for reading
Added by Isaac Sutherland on February 9, 2009 at 22:12 —
When I was a kid in the 70s, the first albums I ever bought were second hand copies of early Beatles albums. They used to have sleeve notes that told you a little bit about how the track was put together, who was singing/playing what, etc. Since, along with George Martin, they were pretty much inventing multi-track recording as they went along, they'd mention if John or Paul were double-tracked, or singing their own harmonies too. I thought it was really good, and handy if you wanted to know… Continue
Added by The Babel Fish Project on February 6, 2009 at 16:30 —
Ok Here is the deal for a house concert in Clackmannan nr Alloa Scotland
I would be happy to consider putting on small concerts in my Studio (The Howff) at the back of my house.
It should hold 15/20 fans comfortably, not huge but intimate and comfortable. Any Artists booked will receive a minimum of £100 (if all tickets sold) plus accom and good food :)
The other advantage is their is recording facilities available Roland 24tr Digital desk also a live feed of the gig can go to… Continue
Added by Djay Buddha on February 3, 2009 at 18:36 —