Photographer Editor: Mr Phil HoveyThe NEXT Living Room Presents: An Acoustic Night With Chaser Eight.

The show is Monday July 20 at 8 PM ET.

It’s an online evening hosted by Chris Bro (Hi that’s me) in his living room via StageIt. Chris (still me) invites a musical friend over for 50 minutes of music, conversation, and beer. You are invited to listen (and watch) via your computer.

You don’t even have to leave your house. How easy is that? (Very) Plus it’s pay want you can/want. We’ll have special prizes for top supporters (Tippers) on the night of the show too.

And yes the Big Red Bowl will make an appearance.

Please welcome Chaser Eight
Visit them at their Website or on Facebook or on Twitter.

It’s quite an easy to get a ticket to the show (And you need a ticket to get in).
Here’s how it works according to the Stageit folks: Go to The STAGE IT SHOW SITE, click signup to set up an account and then click the BUY button.You will then have an opportunity to purchase credits (which StageIt calls “Notes”; 10 Notes = $1.00). Notes allow you to pay for tickets to see shows and to tip performers during the show. This show is “Pay What You Can,” which means you can pay whatever you can afford (minimum 1 Note). Once you have Notes, they can be used for any show and tips!

I am looking for feedback on these events so after the show please let me know what you think.

RSVP and/or share the EVENT on Facebook if it pleases you


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