Holiday house concert with The War & Treaty, Saturday, December 16

We are thrilled to have The War & Treaty play at our annual Twangfest Holiday Party on Saturday, December 16.  We were knocked out by this video of their song, “Down To The River” and booked them to play almost immediately.  You can check out more songs by this Michigan-based soul/gospel duo (with band)  on the band’s website.

Suggested donation for this show is $22 adv/$25 DOS per person. A portion of the money will go to Twangfest– St. Louis’ long-running roots music festival. To make a reservation, EMAIL REPLY ASAP (include number in your party).

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 House Concerts

PS- We still have room for a few more people to see Cale Tyson & band this Friday (11/10…$18 adv/$20 DOS) .  If you’d like to attend, reply to this email with a note telling us the number in your party and we’ll reply with all of the confirmation details.

The Mulligan Brothers will play at Terrific Terrace in Richmond Heights on Sunday, November 12.

Twangfest presents “Learning To Fly- A Tribute To Tom Petty” at Off Broadway on Wednesday, November 17.

Songbird Cafe presents singer/songwriters Bill Chambers (legendary singer/songwriter from Australia), Bill Poss, Hope Dunbar and TBA in the round The Focal Point on Wednesday, November 29.

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:

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.