Preview the title track from Dan’s upcoming release. Dan played a stellar version of this at our house show . . .
Sarah treated us to a combination concert/comedy event. She’s got the unique ability to make someone feel like they’re her best friend, get them laughing at her jokes, and then knock them back on their heels with her powerful voice.
Live The Life I Sing About In My Songs by billsvillehouseconcerts
Our show was the last one Sarah was playing before the birth of her son. We wish her the best.
What we love about Maryse’s performance is the unexpected rhythms of her vocal delivery and unique phrasing. Songs of love lost and destroyed with lyrics that tumble, repeat and go in unexpected directions. We don’t know if the subject of “Fast One” is fearless or fears everthing – and that’s how we like it.
We think Maryse has a great future – take a listen . . .
Well, it was another fantastic evening in Billsville wasn’t it? A full house was on hand as The David Wax Museum played an intimate, energetic and friendly show that included an all audience dance party, a gospel sing-along and a first time played cover of Leonard Cohen’s “Hey, That’s No Way To Say Goodbye”. Oh, did we mention that E. sat in on snare drum for a tune?
As we sat at the kitchen table at midnight we laughed in amazement at our good fortune. Music, friends, life . . . not much more is needed.
“The Universe Is Laughing”
“What Is This Feeling?”
A wonderful night on the Green River in Williamstown. Thanks everyone for the great turnout and special thanks to Guggenheim Grotto for the fantastic show. The late night roll call of Irish artists was a treat. “The Boys Are Back In Town” indeed.
Here’s another chance to hear a live Dan Mangan show. Listen online at NPR at 6:00 PM today for a broadcast of Dan’s show from the Sasquatch Festival. This was recorded yesterday in front of over 1,000 fans.
Robots Need Love Too!
We’re totally stoked (do people still say stoked?) to offer these amazing posters for The David Wax Museum House Show. These are high quality three color screen printed posters designed for us by Jupiter Visual in Denver, CO.
These limited run posters are 13” x 23” and come in the blue shown here as well as a scintillating orange. We’ll have a limited number available for sale at the show or you can order online at:
New today from NPR/Mountain Stage. Click the link to read more and hear the set that includes special appearances by Dar Williams and Bela Fleck.
I apologize for being over-passionate about this but wow, you really shouldn’t miss this show.
Here are two songs I recorded on Friday night for your enjoyment. First up is Dan’s own “The Indie Queens Are Waiting” and then a fantastic cover of the Elliott Smith tune “Waltz #2”.
Dan Mangan : The Indie Queens Are Waiting by billsvillehouseconcerts
Because we didn’t have enough to do already.