The Birdhouse (the house/venue I share share with the manliest of men) is having another house show. All of them have been pretty fantastic, but I’m expecting this one to blow the others away, because this will be a Christmas Sing-Along show. Yes. You read that right. Each act will do some originals, but the majority of their set will be sing-alongs for all of us to join in. Here are the details:
The Birdhouse presents, vol. 4: Deck the Halls
Friday, December 9th at 7pm.
2204 Catharine St Philadelphia, PA 19146
If you’re interested in coming, check out the Facebook Event Page and RSVP. Also be sure to go to our website and listen/download recordings from the other shows (the album for the second show might be coming soon). Then come on by and bring any food, drink (especially cider), and merriment you may have to spare and enjoy the evening. This will be epic. Confirmed musicians for the evening (so far):
- Josh Schurr
- Luke Bartolomeo
- Ashley Haugen and Jen Huber
The Birdhouse (the house I have the privilege of sharing with some great guys) has been host to a couple of amazing house shows–that fact has never been in question. The only real question (since last December) has been “when is the next one going to be?” Well, we now have an answer to that.
The Birdhouse presents, vol. 3: The Comeback
Friday, September 30th at 7pm.
So if you’re interested in coming, check out the Facebook Event Page and RSVP. Also be sure to go to our website and listen/download recordings from the other shows (the album for the second show is coming soon). Then come on by and bring any food, drink, and merriment you may have to spare and enjoy the evening. This will be epic. Confirmed musicians for the evening (so far):
- Lauryn Peacock
- Drew Skinner
- Kimberly Stoltzfus
- Maxwell Greene
- Paul Burkhart
Anyone that knows me well knows that my favorite band is Cool Hand Luke. They have had this title since about my sophomore year of high school and it seems that their musical stylings have matured along with my musical tastes, leading me to love them all the more through the years. Anyway, I saw them play a show in Newport News last night and it was absolutely incredible. Mark Nicks, the lead singer/songwriter of the band stopped before the last song to talk for a bit and ended up preaching this seventeen minute-long sermonette that touches on everything from politics to current church trends. Usually, bands talking for a while can get annoying, but this was awesome. He’s so humble in what he says and so right at the same time. So, I decided to post this up for everyone else to hear as well.
Click here for Mark’s “Sermon”