who’s in?

We love having people stop by for a bit of song, story and connection.

You help support the artist, we’ll supply the listening room and coffee. Or tea. It’s all good.

Remember, show seating is limited and by invite-only. To get on our invite list, click here.

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03.08: Tracy Walker

Only a few seats left and we’re sure they will go fast. Don’t wait to get yours!

In March, we are honored to host Tracy Walker for an intimate solo evening of music and connection. For over 25 years, Tracy has captivated us with her honest lyrics backed by a distinct sonic tapestry of jazz, blues, folk, rock and country. As Cincy Music wrote: “Tracy’s song writing is broad-reaching in its ability to move you, sometimes your heart, sometimes your feet… [she] has developed a well-deserved reputation as a fierce performer both solo and with her band.” Tracy has shared the stage with the Indigo Girls, Joe Cocker, Blessid Union of Souls, OAR, Antigone Rising and many more. Among her accolades, she has received two CAMMY Awards, two CEAs and the prestigious Taft Museum of Art Duncanson Artist in Residency Honor. A beautiful person inside and out, Tracy told us “house concerts are special.” We couldn’t agree more. Please join us for this special night.


04.12: Wicked Peace

Enthusiastic, fun and perfect for our first spring show, Wicked Peace will be here Friday, April 12 with an unplugged set of pure, indie rock goodness. Based out of Lexington, they’re breathing fresh air into the Kentucky music scene, distilling the disparate influences and Appalachian background of founding members – Tanner, Amanda and Patrick – into an expressive, singular sound that zig-zags between power pop and Americana. Adventurous and creative, Wicked Peace has stirred up their own batch of rock n’ roll medicine with wild abandon. The result? A bevy of original material full of catchy hooks poignant lyricism — the stuff you want to hear on the radio as you drive with all windows down.(And most definitely in the parlor with a group of good friends!) Dance into spring wicked happy with a fun night of music, and a surprise we’ll disclose later.

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05.17 Madison Lewis

When we first heard Madison Lewis, we both exclaimed…”Amy Winehouse! Tom Waits! What… she’s about to turn 16?! What?!” Independent, accomplished and poised to take on the world, Madison will join us on Friday, May 17 for an exquisite solo showcase. Hailing from Southeastern Kentucky, Madison chooses to bring music to the table that is unequivocally her own -- a unique blend of “gypsy jazz blues with southern soul” carried by a voice that stops time and leaves you spellbound. No stranger to the spotlight, Madison has performed at an array of venues across the South including the legendary Bluebird Café in Nashville, TN, Eddie’s Attic in Atlanta, GA, the Lyric Theatre for the Woodsongs Old Time Radio Hour and a host of other stages in Kentucky. In 2017, Madison became the 47thbi-annual Eddie’s Attic Shootout winner, and we are sure that is just one of many accolades to come. Please plan to join us for a special night with Madison in May.


06.07 Jesse Terry

When we say music connects, we aren’t kidding. We feel blessed to have connected with Jesse and we can’t wait to host him for a most lovely evening of music, stories and laughter. The magic of a June night will provide the perfect energy for this true talent and kind soul.

"Jesse's sweet, smooth voice takes you to another place. You'll come back to reality with his songs stuck in your head and heart."

Liz Longley - singer/songwriter/troubadour

“Beautifully crafted songs from a master singer-songwriter. A joy to play on my radio show with great reaction from listeners. Jesse deserves to be up there with the likes of James Taylor & Jackson Browne”

Paddy MacDee - BBC Radio Newcastle

“I have been a fan of Jesse Terry since the first time I heard him. He's a humble - and humbling - talent.”

Tony Arata - Singer/Songwriter & 2012 Inductee of Songwriters Hall of Fame

past shows

Rob Fetters, 01.11.19


Justin P. Lynch, 02.17.19