Ain't no party like a house party party


In the summer of 2015 I was looking for new gigs. My friend Josh told me that his band (Lindsay Lou & The Flatbellies) played house concerts for two years, and said it was the most creatively fulfilling thing they ever did.

I did more research, asked around, and finally booked my first party (check out the video above) and now...I'M HOOKED!

It was an amazing experience and such a different vibe than the traditional bar gig. There was dialogue back and forth between me and the audience, it was exciting, and I was able to introduce some new songs along with old favorites.

It boils down to this: I got to share music with new people.

My favorite part? The hosts looked like ROCKSTARS! None of the 20+ people that attended had ever been to something like this before, and they loved it.


So I encourage you to get out of your comfort zone and host a party of your own. The fine print is as follows...

1. You choose a date and invite friends over for a show (20 people is the magic number- it doesn't have to be that many though and it can certainly be more if you have the space)

2. I'll set up to play an un-amplified acoustic show (I can also set up a speaker if it's a larger room).

3. Everyone gathers to listen to a 45 minute(-ish) set of original music just like going to see a concert.

4. The host passes the hat. These concerts are 100% donation based!

That's it!



House concerts accomplish so much; They bring people together, support local musicians, showcase the music happening in your town, and it's something different for you and your friends to do!

Contact me to book a party of your own or to ask me any questions.

-Andrew

The photo above was taken by, and being used with permission from, THOR*tography. He is a friend of mine and very talented. Check out his website if you are looking for a photographer!

Ain't no party like a house party party


In the summer of 2015 I was looking for new types of gigs. My friend Josh told me that his band (Lindsay Lou & The Flatbellies) played house concerts for two years, and said it was the most creatively fulfilling thing they ever did.

I did more research, asked around, and booked my first party (check out the video above) and now...I'M HOOKED!

It was an amazing experience and such a different vibe than the traditional bar gig. There was dialogue back and forth between me and the audience, it was exciting, and I was able to introduce some new songs along with old favorites.

It boils down to this: I got to share music with new people.

My favorite part? The hosts looked like ROCKSTARS! None of the 20+ people that attended had ever been to something like this before, and they loved it.


So I encourage you to get out of your comfort zone and host a party of your own. The fine print is as follows...

1. You choose a date and invite friends over for a show (20 people is the magic number- it doesn't have to be that many though and it can certainly be more if you have the space)

2. I'll set up to play an un-amplified acoustic show (I can also set up a speaker if it's a larger room).

3. Everyone gathers to listen to a 45 minute(-ish) set of original music just like going to see a concert.

4. The host passes the hat. These concerts are 100% donation based!

That's it!



House concerts accomplish so much; They bring people together, support local musicians, showcase the music happening in your town, and it's something different for you and your friends to do!

Contact me to book a party of your own or to ask me any questions.



The photo above was taken by, and being used with permission from, THOR*tography. He is a friend of mine and very talented.
Check out his website if you are looking for a photographer!