February 4 2018 is the 1st International House Concert Day, The European House Concert Hub and FSR are celebrating by organising the 1st International House Concert Festival. Talk to Rob Ellen if you would like to be involved.
Here are some of the artists we are helping "Look for America"
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Guitarist A. J Moore’s combination of pop, rock, blues and jazz makes for a varied and on occasions dynamic listen, that is between reflective ode ‘Dreaming’ and the…Continue
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Born and raised in the foothills of Colorado and now residing in Seattle, singer-songwriter, musician Sera Cahoone is a polished performer. Her deft combining of someone yearning for the place of his or her youth…Continue
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American singer-songwriters, Robin and Linda Williams have long since established a high mark in consistency as both recording and performing acts. Recorded in Nashville and produced by genial legend of countless…Continue
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Singer-songwriter Shawn Colvin is one of those artists who tends to rely greatly, on their own personal life and the impact of the…Continue
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West Virginia-born, Kathy Mattea may have made her name and money as an out and out mainstream country act but the twice-voted CMA Female Vocalist of the Year and 1980s and 1990s hit maker hasn’t forsaken her rural, coal mining…Continue
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Two full albums on one CD by Jimmie Dale Gilmore from formative days on Hightone (1988 – 1989). The Texan’s sound of traditional honky tonk music (fittingly the second album, Jimmie Dale…Continue
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Americana singer-songwriter John Murry first came to my attention through his album of murder ballads with veteran folk act, Bob Frank. Which I enjoyed, immensely, plus their live work wasn’t bad either.
Now, four years on Murry has a solo record out. As before his work is wrapped or should I say, engulfed in darkness. Since the arrangements are heavily draped in murky…Continue
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Oh, boy what a wonderful country collection! There are 48 tracks no less to drool over. For not only does Jean Shepard have a voice that weeps country (she also does heap of songs steeped in heartache, cheating and love gone bad) but musical accompanied rich in steel guitar, tinkling piano, fiddle and a great rhythm section.
Four cds are featured on the two cds…Continue
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Marty Stuart has long been one of Nashville’s finest ambassadors of real deal country music and once you have heard the opening bars of this album there is no doubting, the Mississippi-born multi-talented picker, vocalist and one-time band…Continue
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Supported by long-time musical collaborator, James Fildes (electric, acoustic lead guitars, harmony vocals) and a bunch of excellent session musicians from…Continue
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