Monday, February 23, 2015

[students only] Humming House in concert Tuesday, March 3rd

The band Humming House performs on 3/3 at 7:00 pm as part of the new Red Barn Series on Auburn's campus. It's free and open exclusively to current students at Auburn in case any of those read my posts. Here's an event page of sortsThis is the first I've heard of the group. They sound good on YouTube, and it looks like it'll be fun.

Below is edited from a news release they sent me. I know, I'm like press, now! Here's the full unedited release. Go and write a review. I'll post it on my site, and for your trouble, you can get in free to my next gig.


This is the picture they sent with the release. Click it to see a
totally different look in a video of them playing music.
Nashville quintet Humming House is set to release a new album, Revelries, on March 24, 2015, via Nashville label Rock Ridge Music (with distribution via ADA). With self-described interwoven threads of folk, soul, bluegrass and more, the band presents acoustic instrumentation—mandolin, fiddle, acoustic guitar, and bass.

American Songwriter called their music “infectious and grin-inducing.” Roughstock dubbed Humming House “darned close to perfect.” Huffington Post just named the band one of the “peak musical performers of 2014.”

Says band founder Justin Wade Tam: “We’re thrilled to release a new set of musical narratives into the world. Revelries embodies our adventures on the road, our evolution as a band, our love of storytelling, and our insatiable desire to have a good time on stage and off.”

Produced by Grammy winner Mitch Dane and mixed by Grammy winner Vance Powell (Jack White, Buddy Guy), Revelries is the third recording bearing the name Humming House.

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