Cale Tyson house concert, Friday, November 10

Cale Tyson (& band) will play at our place on Friday, November 10.  If you’re not familiar with this Nashville-based country singer, you can find out more on Cale’s website.  Here are links to videos of a couple of his songs: “Old Time Blues” and “Can’t Feel Love”.

Suggested donation for this show is $18 adv/$20 DOS per person.  To make a reservation, EMAIL REPLY ASAP (include number in your party).  These house concerts sometimes max out quickly.

Once you’ve replied, we’ll send you an email that will confirm your reservation and provide details about how to pay and the usual info about directions/parking and food/drink.

This will be fun.

Rick & Nancy Wood
Wood House Concerts

PS-  We still have room for a few more people for Friday’s (10/6) house concert featuring Tears Of Silver.  This is an indie-rock super-group consisting of KEN STRINGFELLOW (The Posies, Big Star), JONATHAN DONAHUE & GRASSHOPPER (Mercury Rev) and JESSE CHANDLER (Midlake, Mercury Rev).  Here’s a link to their version of Big Star’s “Nighttime”. Tickets to this show are being sold online…follow the instructions on this ticket link.

Rob Ickes and Trey Hensley will play at Oak Tree Concertsin Barnhardt, MO on Saturday, October 22.

Javier Mendoza will play at Terrific Terrace House Concerts in Richmond Heights, MO on Saturday, October 22.

Shannon McNally will play at wareHOUSEconcerts on Saturday, December 2.

And these previous house concert performers will return to St. Louis soon…come out and show the love:

Chris Hillman and Herb Pederson will play at the Wildey Theatre in Edwardsville, IL on Saturday, October 7.

Elizabeth Cook will play at Off Broadway on Sunday, October 29.

Robyn Hitchcock will play at The Duck Room on Tuesday, November 14.

Sarah Borges and the Broken Singles (w/Eric Ambel) will play at the Bootleg (at Atomic Cowboy) on Friday, November 17.

Ha Ha Tonka will play at Off Broadway on Friday, November 24.

The Bottle Rockets will play at Off Broadway on Saturday, November 25.

The Dream Syndicate will play at Off Broadway on Wednesday, December 6.