Live music is good for your soul. There is something special about live, not recorded, performances. It’s the “now” of it. It only happens once and then *poof* it’s gone (but usually gets better in your mind). That’s cool. That’s now.
On Feb 24, 2013, Quiet Hounds will be celebrating their first anniversary with a live stream performance broadcast. Ticket information and details can be found at quiethounds.com. Pre sale will start next week.
A quick email interview with “D”
First off Congrats on your one year anniversary.
Why celebrate this way – with a streamed live concert?
D: We’re constantly trying to find ways to reach people and present ourselves in relevant ways. We had great success with our last webcast An Ode to Lost Souls but we knew we could polish it up on the tech side and find some creative ways to make a web concert innovative and compelling.
Any big surprises you have in store for this concert you’d like to tease us with?
D: With Origin we are telling the story of how the Quiet Hounds came to be and thought our 1 year anniversary would be a fantastic opportunity for us to do that. We are always pushing ourselves to create meaningful experiences. This show will be both personal and surreal and we’re hoping to do some things that havent been done before in the live, web concert realm. You’ll have to watch to find out.
You have to tell me about “An Ode to Lost Souls”. Looks amazing.
D: With An Ode to Lost Souls we spent the better part of 6 months thinking about the soldiers who died at Andersonville Prison during the civil war in 1864. We visited the site, we wrote and filmed Beacon Sun and then we built a tribute show to honor their memories. And we are not finished with this story. We are hoping to get it in front of several markets across the nation in the coming year. We need help to do it, but we’re working on it.
Anything else? Feel free to educate me…
D: We really appreciate your support Chris. Thanks so much! All of our music is free at quiethounds.com
Thanks D and good luck.
A quieter version of Hemlock (I love this tune)