Dave Hause Schedule
Whether the big show goes down at the High Watt in Nashville, the Magic Stick in Detroit, or
any of the other top-tier venues that Dave Hause might show up at, this is just one of those shows that you absolutely have
to be a part of sooner or later. With a tour that will be all over the place, this unique punk rocker is sure to bring the
house down at a venue near you, giving you plenty of reasons to forget your favorite playlist and actually hear this heart-pounding
band do their thing in front of a live audience. Once you're there, you'll be glad that you're not anywhere else, as the live
music experience still cannot be matched no matter how impressive you think your sound system is.
With so many great
venues to choose from, Dave Hause is likely to be rocking the stage at a venue near you sooner or later. And once you're there,
you'll understand loud and clear what all the excitement is about, as Dave Hause brings an eclectic blend of unique sounds
that always make for an unbelievable show whenever he's in town.
Dave Hause Trivia
Did you know that Hause's
video for "Time Will Tell" was actually a tribute to Martin Scorsese's short film "The Big Shave"?
Yup, long before
Marty made "The Departed" and "Shutter Island," and even well before he made early classics like "Taxi Driver," "Mean Streets"
and "Raging Bull," the legendary director made a short film called "The Big Shave," all the way back in 1967. Though it was
impossible to imagine where the director would go from there, those who saw it in the early going got an early glimpse at
a cinematic genius in the making, leading Dave Hause to pay homage to it more than four decades later. As Hause looks to harness
his sound and take his act to the next level, just as Scorsese did after "The Big Shave," there has never been a better time
to get out and see him do his thing the way he was meant to be seen.
Dave Hause Background
Dave Hause is the lead vocalist and guitarist for the rock band the Loved Ones, but this incredible musician is also going
full-steam with a solo career, placating rock enthusiasts across the country. A former band member of the Philly punk outfit
Paint It Black, Dave Hause helped craft the punk rock music group the Loved Ones in 2003 after he left his previous band,
also doing some solo work on the side and eventually building a very strong fan base on his own.
Born in the City of
Brotherly Love, also known as Philly, Dave Hause didn't take too long to make a name for himself on the local scene contributing
to several different popular bands, though it was when he branched out solo that he was able to find his voice in a completely
different way. Once you're there in the stands, you'll understand loud clear what all the buzz is about.
Hause Hit Albums
Dave Hause has been contributing to full albums since all the way back in 1998, when he helped launch
There's Always Hope with band With Step Ahead. Then it was on to two albums with Paint it Black and a handful with The Loved
Ones, though his popularity was taken to a different level with recent solo albums Resolutions and Devour. You never know
what Hause is going to come up with next, which is why his shows always have fans flocking in to hear Hause do his thing in
front of an energetic live audience that simply cannot be beat.
The Concert Experience
In the day of readily
available media, it can be easy to stay away from the stage and just catch your favorite tunes on your many difference devices
– all of which pale in comparison with actually being there and hearing your favorite songs with thousands of your fellow
fans. Come out and see a live concert experience that you'll be talking about well after it's over, as seeing a great band
first-hand is just one of those events that you won't soon forget.
But even though there are plenty of bands to choose
from these days, and plenty of ways to hear them as well, there is still nothing better than hearing a classic genre like
blues played by musical artists the caliber of Dave Hause. You can't just take anyone's word for it, though, as the intangibles
of actually being there are nearly impossible to describe, no matter how tempting it is to just read your favorite blog or
magazine describe the show that you know you wish you went to. Don't make that mistake when it comes to Dave Hause, as you'll
end up with a concert experience loaded with moments that will have you touting the talents of Dave Hause long after the memorable
final ballad. Singing the blues simply can't be topped when it's Dave Hause on the stage.