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Full album download contains a picture of Rob, my good friend who owns this amazing house, a picture of everyone who stayed till the end of the 1st potluck show, as well as a track of the entire set, uncut. This is my preferred way you listen to the album, despite how unconventional it may seem.
4th out of ten acts that played at the 6th house show at Rob's house, I've been a part of all but one of these shows and they've all claimed a very special place in my heart, simply because of the people who faithfully attend each gathering. Such loving listeners, I cherish them.
Rob's house has donned many names, Turtle Heaven, Turtle Haven, Mac D's Farm, and for this one, the Church of Rock n' Roll, but it's just a wonderful place where Rob and I get an excuse to bother dozens of people to listen to and play music that we believe in. Sometimes we have unbelievably fun, sweaty nights with bands like Destroy Nate Allen, sometimes we have worrisome moments like the floor bending beneath everyone's feet, but whether its the condensation covered windows, a total disregard for claustrophobics, or shameless screaming in each other's faces, these times have nurtured a newness of life within me. If you can put on concerts in your living room, just do it. There is no show like a house show. Don't worry about the mess or potential breaking of things or walls, don't fret from the sketchy moments, but embrace the friendship, the heartfelt melodies, and allow the elevated communication of music to flourish in an uninhibited environment.
As for my performance...
"I want to fill your heart with what my heart is filled with."
Sums it up.
released February 23, 2013
Fallon Braddy - Feels Sender
Audience - Feels Receivers
Robbie Mac D - The House, Photomodel
Static Tones - Providing a PA and mics for the whole thing
Gabriel Green - Album Cover Photogropher
Schmincke Pastel - Photomodel's Photographer
Andrew Brand, Andrew Choske, Elijah Wilson, and I all wrote and recorded the original "Rest of the Verse" as A Quiet Place.