#MOAR is a monthly acoustic showcase that features a collection of acoustic sets by local Connecticut artists and bands. The extremely intimate setting at White House Productions brings live music to the public unlike any other venue in CT.
Acoustic indie emo rock with inviting emotion that will bring you back to your happiest, carefree elementary school memories all the way to the challenges of everyday adulthood. Take one last dip with Zach Andersen before heading back to school or work this fall with his new single on iTunes. And check out an oldie but goodie below:
Jason Gerrish does country music with honesty, integrity, and all the passion and values that ring true with this heralded genre. Jason Gerrish has been described as, “Singing from the heart with a foot rooted deep in Country Music’s soul.” Jason’s debut, Menthol Memories, Whiskey Wishes bleeds with influences from Americana and traditional country, to folk and modern country.
Gracie Day is a singer/songwriter who tours New England with a sultry voice and clever lyrics about heartbreak, independence, love, and ambition. Influences include a smorgasbord of music spanning decades and various genres: Joni Mitchell, Sheryl Crow, Motown, ’90’s grunge, early ’00s pop, and Nashville songwriting. All and all capturing the new singer/songwriter sound of today’s generation of songwriters. In addition to developing a backing band, The Knights, Gracie Day has been building a strong reputation as a full-blown entertainer and a sought-after artist perfect for venues as intimate as White House Productions, all the way to the larger stages of marquee venues.
Entrance to White House Productions and Map Views:
Enter the parking lot that has a large sign for “Valley Karate”. The parking lot is to the Left of “Photography by Roman”. There are wooden stairs on the left exterior of the building that will lead you to the entrance. Once you are inside the door at the top of the stairs, follow the hallway (it turns to the right) and the door to White House Productions is on the Left (it will be marked with signs along your walk – don’t be shy!).
We hope to see you all there!