Why not invite your favourite independent musician to play for your friends family and his fans in your front room, I’ll be surprised if he/she won’t show up sometime this year and play for you, let me know about it and if The Medicine Show Radio Moose Mobile is loose is near enough we’ll come and broadcast it too. If you would like to help keep the wheels on the Hub and on The Moose become a patron at
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Based in Scotland covering Europe, FSR working with The House Concert Hub 1st for the latest releases, tour info, & the best roots radio.
We're Lunch Special!
We're coming to Scotland in May 2019, and would love to come play some bluegrass/country love songs and murder ballads for you. We have few shows lined up, but are still looking to fill a couple more dates. We'd love to play some house concerts, so please get in touch if you'd like to fill your front room/ venue with some bluegrass harmonies and foot-stomping fun!
We're still looking to book the following…
I am Organizing a tour in Europe for my band and we alreday have some concerts on our way but we are looking for more opportunities. We are going from Budapest to Germany Netherlands Belgium passing by France then back to Italy and Hungary.
Any proposition is welcomed.
All infos are on our website: www.hethatclub.com
Hello my fellow musicians, friends, promoters, I am about to hit the road for my first European tour to promote my new album 'Tell No Lies', I kick things off in Holland 12th July at The Podium Cafe http://www.peterenleni.nl/ ; and hope to play in Belgium Sweden London and Scotland. I will be playing with a fantastic guitarist with great harmonies.
I am hoping to spend a…
Greetings and Happy New Year from Fredericksburg, Texas.
Thank You for adding me, Stephen K. Morris, to Euro House Concert Hub.
We are busy in Texas releasing my much-anticipated album "The Hustler's Fool" which will be available on Vinyl, CD, USB, and Download. I am looking forward to supporting the project this Spring during my first European and Scandinavian…
Here they are playing our Threadgill's Medicine Show-case in Austin during SXSW 2018.
Country Festival Netherlands 5 10 2018 Chuck Hawthorne and Libby Koch
With Houston songster Matt Harlan in Chuck Hawthorne's Garage following his appearance at Jim Wyly's Song Swap in Elgin (The Texas on) at the Liberty Tree, we talk about The Texas Music scene and his upcoming album and hear 2 of the songs
When Houston's Libby Koch decided to give up a hard fought for career as an attorney to law to pursue her music, she gave herself 3 years to make her mark. Here we are ten years on with her mark indelibly embossed into the Texas Music Scene and her status as an international ambassador to the Texas music tradition firmly established.
She is now touring full time, has one of the best respected live band in Texas, playing sell out show, high paid engagements and many respected TV…Continue
Posted by Editorial on January 17, 2019 at 0:00
AMERICANA DUO TO TOUR IN SUPPORT OF GRAMMY NOMINATED ALBUM 'ALL THE THINGS THAT I DID AND ALL THE THINGS THAT I DIDN’T DO' - STREAM IT HERE
The Milk Carton Kids return to the UK and Europe for the first time since the 2018 release of their Grammy®-nominated album "All the Things That I Did and All the Things That I Didn't Do”. The new project marks the first time that acoustic duo Joey Ryan and Kenneth Pattengale have brought a band into the studio with them. On this short tour, songs new and old will be played by the duo without accompaniment. Full list of dates is below:
21 May 2019 - Stockholm – Kagelbanen (Sweden) – TICKETS
23 May 2019 -…Continue
Posted by Editorial on January 16, 2019 at 14:31
The Delines new record THE IMPERIAL is out now! The band say "We can’t begin to tell you how excited we are to be a band again and to have Amy back. The record is getting rave reviews: Mojo 4 stars, Q Magazine 4 stars, and UNCUT 8 out of 10, to name a few. We are so grateful for all the great reviews THE IMPERIAL is getting in UK and European newspapers, too! It is also the Album of the Month in Rough Trade shops and many others. Please support your local record store (and help us…Continue
Posted by Editorial on January 14, 2019 at 16:02
Subtitled The Sun Sessions, Chad Elliott and his band (Tommy Lewis, Travis McFarlane, Jim Van Dorn, Joseph Cafaro, Kevin Boehnke) combine roots rock, soul and blues in seamless fashion. Recorded by Sun Studio engineer Ples Hamilton the famed Memphis, TN venue it briefly draws on country music via the aptly titled Hills Of Tennessee. Excellent groove. Otherwise, the sound created by Elliott who wrote all but one song (a well worked cover of St. James Infirmary) is steeped in rich helpings of soul and blues. Red House act, fellow Iowa singer-songwriter, Greg Brown remarked on the…Continue
Posted by Maurice Hope on January 12, 2019 at 17:00
Phil Lee & The Horse He Rode In On
In this day of calculated some-assembly-required Americana nimrods strutting around in Civil War outfits, rodeo garb, and ripped jeans declaring themselves outlaws and poets, Phil Lee stands out like a Krugerand in a pile of tarnished pesos. A former truck driver with a penchant for throwing knives to keep his head in the right place, Lee managed to escape Durham, North Carolina with his drum kit and guitars before the authorities felt the need to restrain his activities. After further adventures and misadventures, Lee eventually fell in with Neil Young’s…Continue
Posted by Editorial on January 9, 2019 at 19:00
This is the second album from the Hudson Valley, New York State based singer Willa Vincitore, the follow-up to her well-received debut, Better Days, in 2017. The throbbing opener ‘Just Ain’t The Same’ is a reminder of just what a fine vocalist she is – there’s a little bit of a Tina Turner styled approach to her sound here – but then the whole album shows off her talents to strong effect, and the title track continues in this attractive rock-tinged vein. ‘Need A Little Help’ is a fine, modern, funk- and soul-tinted blues-rocker, whilst ‘Trust’ leans towards cool jazz-funk. ‘I Love You Baby’ is a strong pop tune, paving the way perhaps for the closer a few tracks hence, a strong cover of Annie Lennox’s ‘Money Can’t Buy It’, the only non-original here but one which slots in seamlessly. ‘Everything Hurts’ is a jazzy account of…Continue
Posted by Norman John Darwen on January 9, 2019 at 16:14
The Medicine Show Radio Moose Mobile kidnapped Jim Wyly for a stravaig to Houston and Galveston.
Some call him the oldest living overnight success, Here Jim talks to Rob Ellen before The Houston Medicine Show Review at The Americana (in fading light) and plays a couple of songs from "The Artisan" hes debut solo album.
If you have been wondering like the rest of the worlds Aoustic Music Scene just where Jim Wyly has been all this time, he answers that…
TWO Nights - FIVE Venues - FIFTY Artists - ONE Wristband
Over two nights there will be forty eight artists from across the UK, USA and Canada showcasing. You just need one wristband to gain entry to all five venues over two nights.
Oslo, The Moth Club, Empire Bar, Paper Dress Vintage and Night Tales - these venues are all situated in Hackney Central and its no more than 5 minutes walk between each venue!
2019 Showcase line-up:
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Posted by Editorial on January 5, 2019 at 22:00
American alt-country band, Deer Tick after last years’ twin complitation of Deer Tick Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 are back with another collection. One that simultaneously looks back and promotes the band’s present day thoughts and some of their influences. This time the band have thrown in alternates and acoustic versions to go with cover songs. Snug in among them all is a peach of a vintage West coast country (rock) sounding track; since Cocktail featuring Spencer Cullem, Jr from Steelism is something Gram Parsons could have done, and be justly proud of. Lead singer John J McCauley like…Continue
Posted by Maurice Hope on January 5, 2019 at 22:00
Ags Connolly in conversation and session in The Medicine Show Radio Moose Mobile.
International Folk Music Awards Artists of The Year Ordinary Elephant play our Threadgill's Medicine Show-case during SXSW Austin March 2018
Emily Herring on stage at our SXSW Threadegills Medicine Show-case Austin March 19 2018.
Patterson Barrett & Brian Langlinais from East Nashville on the Medicine Show Radio Moose Mobile Stateside Stavaig 2018