Aug
11
7:00 pm19:00

Erick Baker

Recommended Donations: (All donation goes to the artist)!

$20 per seat prepaid, (See DONATE TO RESERVE SEATS FOR ERICK BAKER button, below).  Prepay opportunity is only available prior to two days before the show!

$20 per seat at the door

Doors open at 7:00 PM. Show starts around 7:45 PM. 

BYOB and bring hors d'oeuvres or snacks to share!

Adults only, Please

Pam and I had the awesome experience of seeing Erick Baker in a House Concert earlier this year and we were completely and justifiably sold on him, his wife, his songs, his stories, and his music!  His "straight from the heart" stories and exquisitely crafted songs kept us all mesmerized and begging for more. We are so pleased to be able to bring Erick to Casa del Bistro and encourage you to come out and add him to your list of favorite artists! He is truly a great singer-songwriter and we know you will end up a fan! 

No one does heartfelt love songs like he does. He hasn't played much in the Midwest, so this may be the first time seeing him for many of you.

Erick's coming off of several sold-out shows at Eddie's Attic in Atlanta and sold-out shows at the 700-seat Bijou Theater in Knoxville.

This will be one of the highlights of our season, for sure! We feel honored to be able to share him and his music with you!

http://www.erickbaker.com

Donate to reserve seats for Erick Baker
May
18
7:00 pm19:00

The Heather Pierson Trio

This Private House Concert is in 2018! More information will be available in early 2018!

This is a return engagement for Heather and the boys and they were absolutely wonderful two years ago and we are very happy to bring them back to Casa del Bistro for a repeat performance!


Jun
16
7:00 pm19:00

The Small Glories

Recommended Donations: (All donation goes to the artist)!

$20 per seat at the door

Doors open at 7:00 PM. Show starts around 7:45 PM. 

BYOB and bring hors d'oeuvres or snacks to share!

Adults only, Please

Folk powerhouse pair The Small Glories are Cara Luft & JD Edwards, a dynamic duo planted on the Canadian Prairies.  A self-professed “study in contrasts,” Luft's folkie yin proves a perfect match for Edwards’ rocker yang.  Thrown together purely by accident for an anniversary show at Winnipeg’s venerable West End Cultural Centre, The Small Glories is a partnership that could almost make you believe in fate.   

Straight out of the gate these two veteran singer/songwriters built a buzz around their tight harmonies, authenticity, visceral live performances and equally well-matched guitar prowess that doesn’t come around often. Luft packs a mean banjo as well.  The Winnipeg Free Press asks, "can two singer-songwriters be better than one? Yes, emphatically, yes, if the two in question are Cara Luft and JD Edwards... It’s our loss they didn’t [join forces] sooner... It’s magic.”

Their 2016 debut album “Wondrous Traveler” is steeped in classic song structure, delivering instantly appealing melodic Americana with first-rate playing. The album found its way onto many critic’s Top 10 lists across North America and Europe, and The Small Glories are finding themselves on stages from Vancouver to London and beyond. Together, Luft and Edwards are a musical tour de force, a case of 1 + 1 = 3. 

www.thesmallglories.com

Apr
14
7:00 pm19:00

Big Little Lions

Yes, we know this is Good Friday, and this show will make it a Great Friday!

For those of you who may want to attend a local church service for Good Friday, we will hold off the start of show until 8:15 if I hear from you that this would allow you to attend! 

Recommended Donations: (All donation goes to the artist)!

$20 per seat at the door

Doors open at 7:00 PM. Show starts around 8:00 PM. BYOB and bring hors d'oeuvres or snacks to share!

Adults only, Please

Big Little Lions is the ferocious songwriting duo of Helen Austin and Paul Otten. Both successful singer/songwriters in their own right, they met while both on a conference songwriting member success panel and then a couple of years later started the band from afar, with Helen based on Vancouver Island, BC, Canada and Paul in Cincinnati, OH.

It was while Paul was producing for Helen's JUNO Award winning album that they became Big Little Lions and together they have won many awards including 1st place in the International Songwriting Competition, the top prize of Song of the Year in the John Lennon Songwriting Competition, Canadian Folk Music Awar 2015 for Ensemble of the Year. Their latest album, Just Keep Moving, is nominated for two 2016 Canadian Folk Music Wards for Contemporary Album and Vocal Group of the Year.

"The duo's sound mixes the new school folk of Mumford and Sons with a dance rhythm that keeps the music sounding light and upbeat. It also doesn't hurt that their songs are very catchy and aided by how well Austin and Otten's voices complement each other." Examiner 

Both of them are hugely prolific songwriters and between them they have had hundreds of TV, movie and ad placements and are also often featured on CBC radio shows including The Vinyl Cafe.

"The conviviality and charm that are palpable in these 12 tunes sound like the product of two people working closely and side-by-side. But, then again, the natural pairing of Austin and Otten is an indication that distance is just a number, one that can't hold back real musical camaraderie. Big Little Lions' A Little Frayed, A Little Torn is a jubilant collection of folk-pop songcraft." Pop Matters

Their live show is quite the spectacle with Paul playing drums, bass and keyboard all while singing lead vocals with Helen, who is no slacker playing guitar and foot percussion. They use every limb, and then some, to make two people sound like a full band.

"The Way Home is one of those songs that you'll think you've heard before the first time you hear it. It's just so infectious that it sinks into your consciousness from the first listen." Guitar World

Their music has been featured on TV including MTV's Catfish, ABC's The Vineyard, NBC's The Night Shift, CBS's Elementary, movie trailers, Microsoft, Ikea and McDonald's commercials.

"This team of Otten and Austin is bound for some huge things and listeners will be grateful for being part of the ride."

Mar
17
7:00 pm19:00

Roxanne de Bastion - St. Patrick's Day House Concert!

Recommended Donations: (All donation goes to the artist)!

$20 per seat at the door

Doors open at 7:00 PM. Show starts around 7:45 PM. BYOB and bring hors d'oeuvres or snacks to share!

Adults only, Please

There’s no doubt that Roxanne de Bastion is an incredibly talented artist and she has made a big impression on the music press and radio since she began performing in 2007. She’s also a great inspiration to many new artists, a shining light when it comes to musical independence having released her debut album “The Real Thing” on her own label, Nomad Songs and successfully self-organising numerous international tours. Her insight into the music industry has also led to her being invited to join the board of the FAC in order to represent up-and-coming musicians. Last year, Roxanne founded FM2U, a conference and network specifically from and for independent musicians.

Roxanne de Bastion has been awarded an official showcase performance slot at next year’s Folk Alliance Conference and is being supported by PRS Foundation. With new recordings under her belt, Roxanne is looking to build her team, release her second album and tour extensively in 2016.

“Standout number…astonishingly assured” (Clive Davis, The Sunday Times)

“A real mover and shaker in the independent music world” (Ruth Barnes, Amazing Radio)

“If you ever get a chance to go see her live – definitely do!” (BBC Introducing)

My name is Roxanne de Bastion and I’m a Singer / Songwriter. I was born and raised in Berlin, where I grew up listening to the Beatles, learning guitar and attempting to write and perform my own songs.

Once I finished school I decided it was time to move into my own life of music and so I packed a bag, my guitar and flew to London with a one-way ticket in 2007. Since then I’ve been fortunate to be able to play my songs across the country and pave my own musical path. I’m now based in London, but spend most of my time on trains across the UK playing in as many different nooks and crannies as possible.

Although it’s not always easy, I am infinitely thankful to be able to practice what fulfils me most, to make and perform music, and for all of you who have found enjoyment in my songs and journey. Thank you so much for coming to my shows, listening to my words and for your support!

See you along the way!

Feb
10
7:00 pm19:00

The Young Novelists CANCELLED due to illness.

The Young Novelists had to cancel due to Graydon being in the ER in Toronto and unable to make the trip. We will try to reschedule.

Daniel Dye and the Miller Road Band will fill in for them.

Daniel Dye was born and raised in rural Ohio, although the last decade has found him working and traveling throughout Europe and  Asia.  He writes music, and is sometimes accompanied by the Miller Road Band – a combination of cello, mandolin, banjo, fiddle, harmonica, accordion, and guitar.  The MRB  also happens to be his nephews and niece, and the Miller siblings, who are trained in classical music, bring a “rich sound” to Dye’s “powerful short stories through simply beautiful lyrics” (WYSO 91.3).

These days he runs all over central Ohio like a hunted man, teaching classes to immigrants, helping the dispossessed (including his wife and babies), and just generally trying to make a living.  In the shreds of spare time he can pull together, he writes, plays, and sings.  His songs are original, even if the tough times he sings about are not.

Please come out and support the series and we look forward to seeing you! We apologize for any inconvinience this may cause for you, but it will be a great show!

Recommended Donations: (All donation goes to the artist)!

$15 per seat at the door

Doors open at 7:00 PM. Show starts around 7:45 PM.

BYOB and bring hors d'oeuvres or snacks to share!

Adults only, Please

Johnny & June meets Simon & Garfunkel – Toronto based Americana husband and wife duo The Young Novelists have had an amazing year. Fronted by Graydon James and Laura Spink, they are known for their beautiful harmonies and songs culled from their small-town roots. After the release of their second full-length album made us strangers, they have been touring Canada and the US relentlessly and earning accolades wherever they go. They were recognized as New/Emerging Artist at the Canadian Folk Music Awards, won the Grassy Hill Songwriting Competition at the Connecticut Folk Festival, and Graydon received the Ontario Art Council’s Colleen Peterson Songwriting award for his song “Couldn’t Be Any Worse”.

Feb
10
6:59 pm18:59

Daniel Day and the Miller Road Band - Last minute substitution for The Young Novelists

Recommended Donations: (All donation goes to the artist)!

$15 per seat at the door

Doors open at 7:00 PM. Show starts around 7:45 PM.

BYOB and bring hors d'oeuvres or snacks to share!

Adults only, Please

Oh, my gosh! These guys were literally last minute substitutes for this concert and they hit it out of the park!!! Daniel and his four nieces and nephews, (all siblings), brought their instruments, their voices, and their souls to Casa del Bistro! Their harmonies, stories, and smiles kept us all appreciative and engaged! Don't ever miss the opportunities to hear this band. They're just that good! Wow...

Daniel Dye was born and raised in rural Ohio, although the last decade has found him working and traveling throughout Europe and  Asia.  He writes music, and is sometimes accompanied by the Miller Road Band – a combination of cello, mandolin, banjo, fiddle, harmonica, accordion, and guitar.  The MRB  also happens to be his nephews and niece, and the Miller siblings, who are trained in classical music, bring a “rich sound” to Dye’s “powerful short stories through simply beautiful lyrics” (WYSO 91.3).

These days he runs all over central Ohio like a hunted man, teaching classes to immigrants, helping the dispossessed (including his wife and babies), and just generally trying to make a living.  In the shreds of spare time he can pull together, he writes, plays, and sings.  His songs are original, even if the tough times he sings about are not.

Nov
11
7:00 pm19:00

Birds of Chicago

Recommended Donations: (All donation goes to the artist)!

  This one could be a sell out! Don't miss your chance to get a seat!

$25 per seat at the door

Doors open at 7:00 PM. Show starts around 7:45 PM. BYOB and bring hors d'oeuvres or snacks to share!

Adults only, Please

Birds of Chicago were a featured act at our local band Over The Rhine's NOWHERE ELSE FESTIVAL Memorial Day weekend! Here is an excerpt from an article covering the show:

"But, of course, there was…

Birds of Chicago:  You will not speak to a soul at Nowhere Else Fest who will fail to rant, rave and tug at your coattail with tales of wonder and revelation, served from the altar of Birds of Chicago.  I will wager that they came into this festival as the relative unknown and left as the band on the tip of everyone’s tongue.  Their Saturday set was a reminder that live performance can aspire to something approaching a tent revival, assuming you believe that music is but one of many ways that the Divine reveals Himself to our eyes and ears.  But even if you don’t… Birds of Chicago were simply a force of nature.  Look at it this way:  they have released arguably the best record of the year (Real Midnight, produced by Joe Henry), and easily my favorite song of 2016 (“Remember Wild Horses”), and, yet, I was wholly unprepared for how powerful the band would be in a live setting.  Birds of Chicago are getting ready to hit the summer folk festival circuit, and they will spend most of the summer re-printing t-shirts and CD’s."

David Kennedy
Bellaire, Texas

From their website:

In so many ways, we are a word weary culture, ever searching for ways to communicate in fewer and fewer words, letters, syllables...Our online, blogged out, you-tubed attention spans are truncated and fragmented like never before. Birds of Chicago, the collective centered around Allison Russell and JT Nero, reassert the simple notion - radical in these times - that beautiful words and music can still tap deep veins of emotion.

real midnight's gonna come/ real midnight's' gonna come
real wolves at your door/ with blood on their tongues
now what you gonna do/ with your days left in the sun ?
ha da la ha

Stark, elemental imagery that feels like scripture, or a lost folk song recovered; the Birds draw heavily on the gospel tradition and the music feels like a new, secular gospel of sorts. For Birds of Chicago, every word counts. Every note counts. No gold-dusting, no filler. Music is the good news and Real Midnight, the band’s poignant new Joe Henry produced album, throbs with an urgency that feels quietly seismic.

Birds of Chicago was born in 2012 when Nero began writing for his vocal star-muse, Russell. Both were accomplished singer/songwriters with projects of their own, Nero with JT and the Clouds and Russell with the acclaimed Canadian roots outfit Po’ Girl, but together there was an unmistakable chemistry. Nero had found the perfect voice for his rock and roll psalms. Russell moved from being a primary songwriter to an interpreter, and her simmering restraint is deeply refreshing to a landscape scorched by post Voice/American Idol vocal gymnastics and over-emoting.

On Real Midnight, Birds of Chicago alternate moody rock swagger with the ghostliest of soundscapes. Produced by Joe Henry, a man who’s expert blending of light and shadow is well known, the album is a melancholy - but never shoe gazing - suite, full of wayward, joyful, lonesome voices raised up against the night.

Music this raw and soul-rich demands to be experienced live, and Birds of Chicago have developed a fervent following, touring 200 nights a year since their formation in late 2012.  For these Birds, singing for a room full of new people, hearts wide open, keeps off the cold and chases off the shadows. 2016 will find the band in constant motion - from sea to sea and beyond.

Sep
10
7:00 pm19:00

Kelley McRae

Recommended Donations: (All donation goes to the artist)!

$20 per seat at the door

Doors open at 7:00 PM. Show starts around 7:45 PM. BYOB and bring hors d'oeuvres or snacks to share!

Adults only, Please

Kelley McRae called New York City home for many years, cutting her teeth in the vaunted singer/songwriter scene and honing her craft at legendary clubs like The Living Room, The Rockwood Music Hall and the Bowery Ballroom.  In 2011 McRae teamed up with guitarist Matt Castelein, and the duo traded in their Brooklyn apartment for a VW camper van and hit the road full time.  Kelley and Matt traveled extensively across America those first few years, performing hundreds of shows and finding inspiration for new songs along the way.  

The duo has since gone on to tour in eleven countries, including shows in London, Paris, Amsterdam, and Berlin.  They've taken the stage at renowned venues such as The Bluebird Café in Nashville and The Green Note in London, and they’ve performed at festivals like Riverbend in Chattanooga,TN, Rhythm and Blooms in Knoxville, TN and the Kerrville Folk Festival where they were named New Folk Finalists. 

 

Jun
10
7:00 pm19:00

Flagship Romance

Recommended Donations: (All donation goes to the artist)!

$20 per seat prepaid, (See DONATE TO RESERVE SEATS FOR FLAGSHIP ROMANCE button, below). 

$20 per seat at the door

Doors open at 7:00 PM. Show starts around 7:45 PM. BYOB and bring hors d'oeuvres or snacks to share!

Adults only, Please

The story of Flagship Romance represents more than just an opportunity to hear two individually talented performers using their abilities to create something bigger than themselves. It is an invitation to witness an actual couple with a shared passion and chemistry, doing what they love with whom they love, with a desire to change the world one song at a time.

Flagship Romance consists of newlywed singers and songwriters Shawn Fisher and Jordyn Jackson. To describe their sound, they have coined the term “Harmonic Alternative Folk.” Anchored by Fisher’s unique guitar playing, Flagship Romance compositions are centered around and feature the couple’s unclassifiable vocal blend.

Since the release of their debut EP, The Fudge Sessions, in January of 2013, Flagship Romance has toured the US multiple times, making stops at legendary venues such as The Bitter End in New York City and multiple performances at the historical Florida Theatre in Jacksonville, FL. The variety of acts that this duo has shared the stage with is a tribute to the universal accessibility of their compositions and live show. These names include Iris Dement, Claire Lynch, the Goo Goo Dolls, Jack’s Mannequin, and Mason Jennings. Flagship Romance has also been a part of some of 2013’s biggest festivals including SXSW, Mumford & Sons’ Gentlemen of the Road Stopover, and the Gamble Rogers Folk Festival.

Donate now to reserve seats for Flagship Romance
May
13
7:00 pm19:00

Heather Pierson Acoustic Trio

Recommended Donations: (All donation goes to the artist)!

$20 per seat prepaid or at the door, (See DONATE TO RESERVE SEATS FOR HEATHER PIERSON button, below). Prepay opportunity will not be available within two days of the show!

Doors open at 7:00 PM. Show starts around 7:45 PM. BYOB and bring hors d'oeuvres or snacks to share!

Adults only, Please

HONEST, HEARTFELT, SOULFUL.

At first glance, Heather Pierson appears to be the girl next door – youthful, friendly, a little bit shy.  However, at the seat of a piano or brandishing an acoustic guitar, tenor banjo, or melodica, she transforms into a world-class performer, baring her soul in a manner that leaves her listeners breathless and aching for more.

Heather Pierson is an award-winning pianist, multi-genre singer/songwriter, arranger, bandleader, and performer. From New Orleans-style jazz and blues to rousing Americana and poignant folk narratives, Heather’s live performances, both solo and with her acoustic trio (Davy Sturtevant on strings/cornet and Shawn Nadeau on bass) move seamlessly and effortlessly from one style to the next, and a growing catalog of wildly divergent CD releases reflects her boundless creativity. In November 2014, she released her eighth studio recording, Motherless Child, a collection of inspired originals and renditions of blues and jazz standards that is her best and most ambitious release to date. In bringing a Dr.-John-meets-Dave-Brubeck sensibility to songs like “The Gumbo’s Too Hot” and embodying the very meaning of heartache in her Nina Simone-infused renditions of classics like “I Loves You, Porgy” and the stunning title track, Heather’s formidable talents as a vocalist, pianist, songwriter, arranger, and bandleader are on full display. 
                                      www.heatherpierson.com             

Donate now to reserve seats for Heather Pierson


Apr
15
7:00 pm19:00

John Batdorf

John Batdorf returns to Casa Del Bistro!!! 

Recommended Donations: (All donation goes to the artist)!

$20 per seat at the door

Doors open at 7:00 PM. Show starts around 7:45 PM. BYOB and bring hors d'oeuvres or snacks to share!

Adults only, Please

Singer/song writer John Batdorf returns to Casa Del Bistro House Concert Series and will be providing another wonderful evening of acoustic music and stories that we know will take us all to a better place and leave us begging for more! John is an incredible talent and just a great guy! He was the first in our House Concert Series and we look forward to hosting him and all of you. Admission is by Donation, ($15 prepaid and $20 at the door recommended), with all donations going to to the artist. John will also be selling CDs at the show, including his newly released CD, "BEEP BEEP".

If you missed John the first time, here's your chance to experience a true professional and just all around good guy. If you did see him last time, he has fresh new material to add to his long list of classics!

Don't miss it!

From age 18, John Batdorf has been living the dream! Signing to Atlantic Records as one half of Batdorf and Rodney, John went on to make four albums, the latter being with the group Silver which included the hit, Wham Bam Shang-a-Lang which went to #16 on the National Billboard charts. From singing on stage at Carnegie Hall at age 20 and more recently, John singing with Adele on last year's Oscar performance of "Let The Sky Fall", John truly has just about done it all. He has been a touring recording artist, studio singer, songwriter and TV composer with such credits as, Touched By An Angel, Promised Land, Motley Crue, Rod Stewart, Dave Mason, America, Nissan, California Lottery, Tom And Jerry Kids, Garfield and Friends, Darkwing Duck, Dr. Dr., McDonalds. Budweiser, Suzuki, Kawasaki to name a few and the list continues to grow! To this day, John continues to write songs, release CDs and tours constantly. 
Just what is it about the qualities of John Batdorf that set him apart from other excellent singer-songwriters… It’s his vulnerability: his complete opening the door to his heart. John invites the listener into his soul and shares a couple hours, open and trusting as he sings of love and hope: transforming despair to hope, hate to love and fear/ignorance to tolerance/acceptance. We share his understanding, forgiveness and are filled with compassion when the song is done. When you hear John sing live for the first time, you'll understand why his music has meant so much to his fans for decades! 

Discography: 

Batdorf and Rodney "Off The Shelf" 1971
Batdorf and Rodney "Batdorf and Rodney" 1972
Batdorf and Rodney "Life Is You" 1975
Silver "Silver" 1976
Batdorf and McLean "Look Inside" 1992
Batdorf and McLean "Don't You Know" 1997
Batdorf and Stanley "All Wood and Stones" 2005
John Batdorf "Side One" EP 2005
John Batdorf "Home Again" 2007
John Batdorf and Mark Rodney "Still Burnin'" 2008
John Batdorf "Old Man Dreamin'" 11 June 2009
John Batdorf "One Last Wish" Oct.4, 2011
Batdorf and Stanley "All Wood and Stones II" 2013
John Batdorf and Michael McLean "Soundtrax 2 Recovery" 2013
Batdorf and Rodney "Portfolio" Double CD 2013
John Batdorf "Beep Beep" 2015

Mar
12
7:00 pm19:00

Andrew McKnight

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Award-winning singer/songwriter, guitarist & storyteller from northern Virginia’s Blue Ridge.

Recommended Donations: (All donation goes to the artist)!

$20 per seat at the door

Doors open at 7:00 PM. Show starts around 7:45 PM. BYOB and bring hors d'oeuvres or snacks to share!

Adults only, Please

Since permanently leaving his corporate environmental engineering career in 1996, award-winning folk and Americana artist Andrew McKnight's musical journey has traced nearly a million miles of blue highways, and earned him a wealth of critical acclaim and enthusiastic fans for his captivating performances and seven recordings.

The singer, writer, guitarist and storyteller usually tours solo, but also performs frequently with founding Nitty Gritty Dirt Band member Les Thompson fronting their genre-bending quartet Beyond Borders. His music is heard on broadcast and internet radio around the world, and he’s been a featured guest on the NPR/PRI syndicated Art of the Song and River City Folk shows. He is an insightful essayist and poet, a gifted workshop leader, and a warm and thoughtful interview.

Taking his cue from the lyrics of his award-winning song "Good Things Matter", Andrew often shares his talents both on the road and close to home near northwestern Virginia’s Blue Ridge to help “neighbors in need”. Whether aiding people living on the margins with food drives at concerts, singing for and about workers and communities displaced by mountaintop removal coal mining, or introducing children to music and creativity, he has seen the power of music to help others up close.

Sep
11
7:00 pm19:00

Ellis Paul

Ellis Paul is an incredibly gifted singer song-writer who puts on an absolutely wonderful evening of entertainment. His music, his stories, and his personality shine through and you'll find yourself being a new best friend in no time!

Because Ellis is normally a larger venue performer, I am obligated to provide a contractual minimum fee for him, so I need to make sure that we have a large enough audience to make that happen.

As always with Casa Del Bistro House Concerts, it's all donation, and it all goes to the artist. Cash, please!

I will be sending out additional reminders as we get closer to the date, but I wanted to make sure you could get it on your schedule!

Let me know if you plan on attending or NOT, so I can start tracking attendees!

As always, BYOB. Doors open at 7:00PM and show starts around 7:45. 

http://www.ellispaul.com/

Ellis will have cds, books, and other good stuff for sale at the concert...

May
1
May 2

Allie Farris

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We are extremely lucky that Allie ended up with a cancellation and an opening on May 1, so we're doing a House Concert with her!!! More details to come, but it's only three weeks away and I wanted to get it on your calendar! She is really an awesome performer and you won't want to miss this fortunate opportunity to hear her! We know it's pretty quick after the last one with Rebecca Ann Loebe, but Allie was available and we don't want to miss her!

Apr
10
7:00 pm19:00

Rebecca Ann Loebe

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Singer/song writer performer Rebecca Loebe will be our guest for a great evening of music and entertainment, (INDOORS this time..it's still too cold outside!!!) and she will bring her bubbly personality and repoirtoir of great stories and songs.

Admission is by Donation, ($15 recommended), with all donations going to to the artist. Rebecca will also be selling CDs at the show. 

Doors open at 7:00 and show starts at 7:30 ish. 

BYOB. This is a concert, not a party...BUT... we will party AFTER it's over! Beverages are fine during the concert, in moderation!

Seating is LIMITED, so please RSVP early to ensure a seat! We're inside for this one, so seating is even more limited.

Directions will be sent with RSVP confirmation if you need it.

See our web invite at: 

http://www.ConcertsInYourHome.com/event-efrischmuth20150410.html

Rebecca is a young singer-songwriter who grew up in Atlanta and has done time in DC, Boston and New York, now making her home in Austin, TX. She is known for her distinct voice, well-crafted songs and ability to bring an audience to her journeys, introducing them to the characters she meets and observations she makes as she travels. Rebecca has toured non-stop since 2009, averaging 150-200 shows per year as a headliner and as support for The Civil Wars, Ellis Paul, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Nicki Bluhm and the Gramblers, Matt the Electrician and others.

Rebecca’s live performances have created a passionate fan base around the world. In 2014 she performed in 35 states of the US, Canada, Europe and Japan and was tapped by Goose Creek Records to record and produce 3 Nights Live and Rebecca Loebe Live, her first official live concert releases. Rebecca has won numerous awards for her songwriting, including the prestigious Kerrville New Folk Award, and has received recognition for her unique, powerful voice. In 2011 she was a featured contestant on the first season of “The Voice US,” winning a spot on Team Adam and an iTunes Top 10 single worldwide with her captivating re-imagination of Nirvana’s “Come As You Are.” Earlier this year she was ranked #9 on Alternate Root magazine’s annual listing of the 30 Best Female Singers in America.