Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Travis Linville and The Grahms

An Intimate Evening with Travis Linville and The Grahams in Concert with House Concerts Unlimited
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When:  Friday, June 23rd
Where: 1135 N. Denver Ave. Tulsa
Time:  Doors open 7pm Show starts 7:30pm
Suggested Donation:  $15 advance through Paypal and $18 DOS. 
RSVP required, as seating is limited. Your payment through paypal serves as your RSVP or if you plan to pay at the door, then RSVP to scottaypoet@gmail.com


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Travis Linville - Wishes

The Grahams - GLORY BOUND

It’s a quiet confidence, an air of authority limited to only the most studied artists, a commanding irreverence woven with a thread of vulnerability. There’s something inexplicably authentic about Oklahoma’s Travis Linville, and it’s carried him from dive bars and classrooms to “The Tonight Show” and esteemed theaters and festivals across the globe.

Alyssa and Doug Graham took the concept of living for their art to an extreme while writing for their latest release. The husband and wife duo spent a year traveling down the Mississippi in search of inspiration along “The Great River Road.” They played a variety of juke joints and dive bars to soak up the atmosphere along the way, ultimately moving into a houseboat in rural Louisiana to write the songs that make up the Riverman’s Daughter.

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Amelia's previous album OLD POSTCARD was met with a slew of praise from outlets like USA Today, American Songwriter, the Bluegrass Situation and more.  No Depression said, "if Lucinda ever fronted Fleetwood Mac, this might be the outcome," with the Bluegrass Situation adding that "I think we're entering a great new era of alternative country music.  If you need an example, look no further than Amelia White."

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An Evening With Singer/Songwriter Amelia White and Guitar-Slinger Sergio Webb,
Hosted by House Concerts Unlimited and The Spotlight Theater.

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When:  Thursday, June 15th
Where:  The Spotlight Theater:  1381 Riverside Dr, Tulsa, OK 74127
Time:  Doors open at 6:30pm and show starts 7pm.
Tickets:  Advanced through Paypal $18.  DOS $20
RSVP not required, but would be nice so we can get an idea of how many seats to put out.  RSVP to scottaypoet@gmail.com
Beverages, ie. wine coolers beer and pop available. 

Hey to all you patrons of House Concerts Unlimited.  There is a reason I have hosted Amelia White and Sergio Webb, probably more than any other artist since I began doing House Concerts; she takes country music to the level of poetry, her melodies are haunting, and her guitar player, Sergio Webb, brings edgy to the mix.  It's a deadly one/two punch.
Amelia's voice is a little Lucinda Williams, a little Eliza Gilkyson and a whole lot of raise the hair on the back of the neck good.  Sergio Webb should be an honorary Oklahoman because his guitar skills are straight out of the tradition of the great Oklahoma players like Terry "Buffalo" Ware, in that there is an economy of just the right notes and a tone that matches the mood of each song.  Sergio is like one of those mood rings from the 70's that Amelia slips on her finger before each song and we all know the color of the song. Scott Aycock, host of Folk Salad Radio and House Concerts Unlimited

Goodbye Today - Amelia White

'Old Postcard' - Amelia White w/ Sergio Webb - From The Extended Play Sessions



The touring life is the theme that runs through a strong album from Nashville's Amelia White. I liked the grungy strength of Right Back to My Arms, while the compelling guitar work complements the strong lyrics of the title song (“I’m like a riddle riding in the wind/Singing my songs for strangers in every town I’m in”). White can do traditional country well, too, as she shows on In My Blood. It's an individual album of depth, produced by Marco Giovino and featuring multi-instrumentalist Sergio Webb. ★★★★☆

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Monday, April 10, 2017

 Sounds Like: A Janis Joplin-Aretha Franklin hybrid with a mic ... but a Lucinda Williams-Bonnie Raitt hybrid with a pen....Rolling Stones Magazine

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An Evening with Sarah Potenza
presented by House Concerts Unlimited
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Sarah Potenza "Valley Of Tears"

When:  Friday, April 21
Where:  1135 N. Denver Ave. Tulsa
Time:  Doors open 7:00 pm and show starts 7:30pm
Suggested Donation:  $20 at the door.  $18 in advance through Paypal up until day of the show.


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About Sarah Potenza
She got her big break in 2015, when she received a “four chair turn” and made the Top 20 on “The Voice,” while gaining a national following in the process. Her trademark white framed glasses and colorful wardrobe made her a fan favorite and many of those new fans now flock to see her on tour.

You won’t find any gimmicks on Monster, just pure unadulterated rock and roll. As such, it should find an audience among Americana/Roots enthusiasts and traditional rock fans. Rolling Stone called her a “rock ‘n soul powerhouse” and Potenza has been rightly compared to commanding divas like Janis Joplin, Etta James even Aretha Franklin. We concur.  No Depression Magazine

In a recent interview with American Songwriter magazine, Potenza set the tone for her new album, due later this year. “The vibe I’m going for? It’s as though Lucinda Williams wrote a bunch of songs and then Wilco played them, with Charles Bradley as the lead singer.”   American Songwriter magazine

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Potluck and House Concert with Brock Zeman and Dan Martin

An Evening with Brock Zeman and Dan Martin 

presented by House Concerts Unlimited

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When: Sunday, April 9th
Where:  1135 N. Denver Ave.
Time: Potluck 6pm.  (You are encouraged to come to potluck and bring something to share, as it is a wonderful time to meet the artists and get to know them)  Show starts 7pm
Suggested Donation: $20 at the door, $18 in advance through paypal until the day of the show.  Click HERE to pay in advance.
It is greatly appreciated if you RSVP, so we know how many chairs to put out.  Any advance tickets purchasers do not need to RSVP as your paypal payment serves that purpose.


“With a voice that recalls early Tom Waits crossed with Johnny Dowd, a talking blues style, and backing instrumentation that lays down a slinky late night groove Zeman makes MUSIC THAT FILLS THE SOUL… Discovery of the year so far.”
Americana UK
“Zeman has one of those semi-gravelly voices given to Dr. John and Leon Russell…but when added to the EXCELLENT SONGWRITING it raises the music at least one step up.”
No Depression


"Also released earlier this month is the new album from Dan Martin, which is a beautiful collection highlighting Martin's clear and striking voice as a folk singer-songwriter."

Jerry Wofford - Tulsa World

"Father Time by Dan Martin (3:38) -- A true singer/songwriter ballad in the manner that we've come to know, love and expect from Tulsa's incredible roots performers. I love the complexities in the chord variances and the unhurried grace in which the arrangement is presented. As a storyteller, Martin is right up there with the master lyricists of the genre. Though not dusty dominant by any means, Father Time nonetheless carries that timeless, rootsy and road weary sound that just wants to step back and slip into something as comfortable as an old flannel shirt."

Michael Canter - The Jivewired Journal

Thursday, March 9, 2017

House Concerts Unlimited presents Tracy Grammer in Concert

An Evening withTracy Grammer in concert with House Concerts Unlimited

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When:  Thursday, March 30th
WhereSpotlight Theater: 1381 Riverside Dr, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74127
Time: Doors open 6pm and show starts at 7pm
Tickets: At the door $20
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Reserved seating front two rows $25  BUY NOW
Wine, beer, and Soda will be available for purchase. 
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Tracy Grammar singing "The Mountain."