Special Guest Writer: Joanna Gall
The band Humming House is taking their party on the road – literally.
With an album title of Revelries evoking scenes of lively and noisy festivities, celebration, and merrymaking and songs indicative of travel, movement, and freedom, Humming House invites us in. Tecumseh is privileged to be a stop on their journey across the country. Join us in a celebration of life, creativity, inspiration, and the passion of these musicians. As NPR’s Larry Groce says in a review of their single “Great Divide,”: "You can't help but admire the infectious hootenanny thrown by the folk band Humming House…with its unamplified instrumentation and rousing chorus (reminiscent of The Lumineers and Of Monsters and Men), the anthemic acoustic rock song captures the excitement of the unknown…”
So are you ready to whoop it up, get down, hang loose, and paint the town red? The party is coming to Tecumseh Center for the Arts this Saturday, March 19 at 7:30 pm and we cannot wait to celebrate with you.
“I Am A Bird”, so let’s “Fly On” – across the “Great Divide.”
“Run With Me” away from “This Hell Where We Belong.”
We’ll “Hitch Hike” on a “Freight Train” towards the “Atlantic” and
“Carry On” with “The Love That We’ve Made” out of nothing but “Nuts, Bolts, And Screws.”
Behind the scenes of Tecumseh Center for the Arts.