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Mark Erelli - 10/13/23

6 pm
Deb's House, Harrisville, NH. - address in ticket email
$28 - SOLD OUT


Deb's House Concert

Suggested ticket $28 (preferably cash. No credit cards) . Email Deb to join wait list.

Not a week goes by that people who have attended my house concerts from 2002 - 2019 haven't asked "when will you start doing house concerts again? We miss them." we go.

Mark Erelli has been playing in my living room since the beginning. I am excited to once again present Mark in my living room. This will be the first house concert in 3 years. A 7pm concert and pot luck at 6. It will sell quickly. Please RSVP with pot luck contribution. I ask for a donation of $28 to be paid at the door preferably with cash. No credit cards. If you reserve and find you are not able to come please let me know asap at 603-318-9196. There will be a wait list.

Mark Erelli turns adversity into finely embroidered rock songs that burn with urgency on his 2023 album Lay Your Darkness Down. Following full-bodied rock forebears Tom Petty, George Harrison, and Roy Orbison, Erelli's songwriting explores the unknown glories of this planet and love’s transformational power. Over his two decade-long career, the singer-songwriter-sideman-producer-writer has proven himself equally at home in a multitude of roles: producing albums for artists like GRAMMY-winner Lori McKenna; serving as a sideman guitarist for artists like Paula Cole, Marc Cohn, and Josh Ritter; writing and producing his own material, like 2018’s “By Degrees,” for which he was nominated for Song of the Year at the Americana Honors and Awards; and most recently, becoming an advocate for low-vision artists and working with venues to make their spaces more accessible. Written in the wake of his diagnosis with a degenerative retinal disease, Erelli's 2023 album Lay Your Darkness Down is the next step on Erelli's journey, following up on 2020's Blindsided, which garnered praise from Rolling Stone Country, the Associated Press, NPR, The Boston Globe, and more.

For more information about this show please call 603-827-2905, or Email