July 27, 2016 (Nashville, TN) — Nashville alt-folk band Humming House will return to Pittsburgh for a performance at City Winery on September 1
. This City Winery Pittsburgh show follows the release of Humming House’s second studio album, Revelries,
out March 2015. Tickets are $20 and the show is 21+.
Revelries has received praise from national music critic’s, including NPR Music’s Larry Groce of Mountain Stage who said that, “You can’t help but admire the infectious hootenanny thrown by the folk band Humming House…” David Dye of World Cafe highlighted the ensemble in his World Cafe Nextseries. And Michael Bialas at The Huffington Post recently called the group, “…one of Nashville’s finest folk-rock quintets…”
In addition to releasing Revelries, the band has spent the past year touring the country opening for acclaimed artists including St. Paul and the Broken Bones, Emmylou Harris, Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors, and Kacey Musgraves. Humming House also took part in two cruises, aboard Cayamo Cruise and The Rock Boat. And the band was recently featured on the Today Show for its involvement in the charitable program, Sing Me A Story.
In addition to this headlining tour, and opening for Eric Hutchinson on an upcoming run of dates, Humming House is recording its next LP, expected spring 2017.