Erin Rae, Courtney Marie Andrews
3025 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA, 19104
Doors 7:00 PM / Show 8:00 PM
This event is all ages
At once danceable and reflective, familiar and nostalgic, Humming House is a musical experiment gone right. Woven together from diverse backgrounds (Americana, classical composition, bluegrass, soul, and traditional Irish music), their playground of musical exploration has something for every generation. Unmistakable pop sensibilities mixed with a depth of lyrical narrative give their whimsical songs an irresistible quality that can only be described by the imagery of the name – Humming House.
Fresh from recording their debut album with Grammy-winning producers Vance Powell (The White Stripes, Chris Thile, Buddy Guy) and Mitch Dane (Jars of Clay), Humming House has hit the ground running. A whirlwind of press has followed as the band had been featured on NPR’s Live in Studio C and All Things Considered, Nashville’s Lightning 100 local spotlight, American Songwriter Magazine, STETSON’s Center Stage campaign and Daytrotter. The band's second single, "Cold Chicago" video was sponsored by Stetson and is currently in rotation on CMT Pure and Zuus Country. Humming House has had placements on FX's "Justified" and MTV's "World of Jenks". With over 100 tour dates behind them, they are currently touring nationwide with notable plays at Bristol Rhythm and Roots and the Americana Music Festival. They have shared the festival stage with the Carolina Chocolate Drops, Dr Dog, Justin Townes Earl, The Steep Canyon Rangers, and Jason Isbell. This coming winter Humming House will be performing on the Cayamo Cruise with John Prine, Brandi Carlile, and John Hiatt.
“Their debut album is a mischievous, foot stomping collection of songs that evoke Old Crow Medicine Show, early Ryan Adams and BR549 without ever imitating them. Lead by singer/songwriter Justin Wade Tam the band throws everything, including a singing saw, into their music to excellent effect. Humming House’s debut is a ruckus, jubilant good time. From any band, this would be a good album, but from a new band it is darned close to perfect.” - Roughstock
“Humming House reminds us how to have a good time with…. Classic sounds and a timeless look…. a crossroads between folk, blues, gospel and bluegrass make this band one our favorite new sounds.” - STETSON
“A new Nashville band with a throwback sound” – Blake Farmer – All Things Considered – NPR
“Humming House, (is a) mix of folk, blues, and bluegrass with pop sensibilities.” – Will Griffin – WPLN – Nashville Public Radio
“Humming House is nothing short of Irish porch stomp.” – Mitch Dane – Sputnik Sound
Courtney Marie Andrews
Courtney Marie Andrews is an American singer/songwriter. When she isn't touring many lands, she is writing and recording in her secret cave.
Andrews began songwriting at the age of 15 and released her first album Urban Myths in 2008 on River Jones Music when she was 18. She attended Barry Goldwater High School for two years and transferred to the Arizona Conservatory for Arts and Academics, graduating in 2009.
She has been a top 10 seller in Phoenix since 2008, and has performed alongside bands from Sub Pop, Barsuk, and Saddle Creek. Andrews has also performed at annual festivals in Phoenix. In 2008 she participated the First Annual Winter Folk Festival at Modified Arts. She participated in the 2009 Summer Folk Festival, the 2010 Final Folk Festival, and the 2011 RJM & Friends Fest.
In September 2009, Jim Adkins of the band Jimmy Eat World asked Courtney to do a duet of a Wilco song featuring Feist with him live on stage. In 2010, Andrews recorded backup vocals for Jimmy Eat World on 5 songs for their album Invented. She subsequently joined them on stage to perform during the album's release and full 2010/2011 tours.
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