Griffin House plays Dec. 7 at Weeks Bay Plantation
The final concert of the threee part Blueberry Sessions at Weeks Bay Plantation, with songwriter Griffin House, is scheduled on Thursday, December 7. (Tickets $20). Teaming up with Hix Snedeker Companies and Skate Mountain Records, the intimate three-part concert series features live musical performances from world-class Southern singers and songwriters set in the idyllic surroundings of the organic Fairhope farm.
Tickets are $20 and available online, at The Fairhope Store and Dr. Music Records, in downtown Fairhope. The events include opening acts by up-and-coming artists newly signed by the Skate Mountain Records label.
Doors will open at 6 p.m. with the concert beginning at 7 p.m.
Music has a special heritage in Alabama—from small town stages to the iconic recording studios of Muscle Shoals. If you love music – and the stories behind the songs -this concert is for you. Weeks Bay Plantation is located at 12562 Mary Ann Beech Road in Fairhope. For more information, visit weeksbayplantation.com.
The Nashville-based House spikes his pop/rock songwriting with a dose of rootsy, atmospheric Americana. Born and raised in Ohio, House’s music is inspired by Bruce Springsteen, Woody Guthrie, Billy Bragg and Wilco. His mix of sentimental melodies, ambient guitars, and sparse arrangements are evident on his first album for RCA, Flying Upside Down, recorded with members of Tom Petty’s Heartbreakers. That 2007 release was followed in 2010 by The Learner.