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    The House of Songs' 14th birthday celebration is a momentous occasion not only for the organization but for the entire Austin music community and beyond. Join us on October 25th to revel in the spirit of unity, creativity, and boundless musical exploration.

    Event Schedule:
    6:00 PM - Reception and Celebration
    7:00 PM - Q&A Session with Founder Troy Campbell and Artistic Director Graham Weber
    8:00 PM - Concert featuring new works by Player2Player and residency artists Scott Strickland, Sarah Dossey, Aubrey Hays & Madison Baker
    Full Bar Free On-site Parking All Ages
    Folk troubadour, crooning balladeer, country drifter, father, husband and artistic director. Come on, what’d you expect? This is Austin. A seasoned musician, Graham Weber has released six solo studio and two live albums, as well as band releases with So, Long Problems and critically acclaimed, Western Youth. He has toured North America and Europe, and supported many of his songwriting heroes including Guy Clark, Slaid Cleaves, Todd Snider, Ramblin’ Jack Elliott and Alejandro Escovado, among others. Since 2016, Graham has been the artistic director for The House of Songs – an organization that has created artist collaborations across 33 countries in an effort to bridge cultures and manifest international collaborations in music. In his role, he has curated hundreds of cowrites, organized writing residency workshops, and hosted, produced and booked countless live events, fundraisers and concert series. Weber has booked and produced events vital to Austin, and across the country, including HAAM Benefit Tribute Nights at Threadgills and Cactus Cafe, SXSW showcases from 2006-2018 consecutively, as well as the Folk Alliance International (2016-20), Americanafest Nashville and UK (2018-19), and the FreshGrass Festival (2021-22). An Austinite since 2004 and just genuinely a peace lovin’ dude, Graham appears casual in what everyone else recognizes as relentless devotion to a mission to inspire and support music and its creators – the heartbeat of our city and to some, the world. Notable accolades include 2019 Black Fret Major Grant Recipient (Western Youth), 2018 Austin Music Foundation Artist Development Program, 2019 40 Under 40 Austin nominee and 2019 Member of ALL ATX Leadership. 

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