Joseph's House Concerts features pianist-composer David Nevue! David is one of today's most enjoyable and popular solo pianists, and on March 5th, he returns to Murfreesboro, TN. I, Joseph Akins, will be performing as well, so audience members will see two pianists in one night! Each of us will be performing our original music for an intimate audience with the comforts of a home. Join us! You'll laugh, relax and enjoy the evening as we tell stories and play our music on a beautiful Yamaha C7 grand piano.
Wine and goodies will be served, and door prizes will be given. However, you are welcome to bring your own beverage. Tickets are $20.00 and can be purchased at www.windingdown.eventbrite.com. If the concert does not sell out, you can purchase tickets at the door (please check first). Door opens at 7:00 and concert begins at 7:30 pm on Saturday, March 5th.
About David: David Nevue is a self-taught pianist who resides in Eugene, OR. In 1992, David released his first album of piano works called The Tower, written as a soundtrack for one of his short stories. In the years since, he has released fifteen other albums including his most recent, Winding Down. David's 2005 release, Overcome, won the title "Best Instrumental Piano Album of 2005" at the Lifestyle Music Awards. Today, David promotes his music almost exclusively via the Internet. He is the program director for Whisperings: Solo Piano Radio, a hugely popular Internet radio broadcast. David tours five or six times a year and has performed concerts with David Lanz, Wayne Gratz, Peter Kater, Suzanne Ciani, Robin Spielberg and dozens of other pianists. David’s music can be heard on over 220 radio programs worldwide, as well as Sirius XM Satellite Radio, Music Choice and Pandora Radio.
What are my parking options at the event?
There is plenty of parking along the street. Be sure to park on the "right" side of the road. Look for 1741 Marian - with ballons on the mailbox.
Can I bring a beverage?
Yes, you can bring your favorite beverage - including alcohol. Minors can not drink alchohol.
Is there an age limit?
No, but it is recommended to not bring children too young to sit quietly. Age 7 or older is good. Audience members are expected to be quiet and not disturb other audience members during performances.
How can I hear and purchase music?
CD's and sheet music will be for sale at the concert. In fact, it is better because the artist will help you choose products and autograph them for you. From your computer, you can go to the artist website to hear mp3 players, or to streaming services such as Spotify or Pandora. Amazon and iTunes has samples and downloads. CD's can be purchased from Amazon and CD Baby.