One of the most interesting developments in the music world is the emergence of the house concert. Performers eschew the large concert venue and instead shape a deal with a group of fans in a local community. . . The performer plays in the person’s home in exchange for room and board and a door cover charge.
So, at the home of local musician, Jill Chambless:
“I’m very excited to announce that the singer/songwriter Dylan Sneed will be coming to Tuscaloosa next week. Dylan has played several Acoustic Nights at the Bama Theater, but this time will be performing a House Concert instead. This will be different from our usual house concerts in that Dylan’s music is not Celtic, but Americana. He is a very talented singer, guitar player, and songwriter. I’m sure you will enjoy the show!!”
The Dallas Observer described Sneed’s music as “the best side of true Americana: music of passion and skill that can move an audience with a whisper or a roar.” Kevin Oliver of the SC Free Times likens Sneed to “a sober Townes Van Zandt,” and said “Sneed’s songs give a contemporary spin to the Lone Star country and folk of Guy Clark, Steve Earle and others, coming out more like the acerbically literate North Carolina songwriters Jonathan Byrd or Malcolm Holcombe.”
Also, check out his website: www.dylansneed.com.
House Concert at the home of
Jil Chambless and Dan Vogt
3501 Woodland Hills Drive
Tuscaloosa, AL 35405
Tuesday, October 11, 2011
7:00 – 9:00 pm
Doors open at 6:30 pm. Come early for food and conversation.
Seating is limited (by the size of our living room!)
$10 per person donation (minimum) to the artist will be collected at