There’s a WHAT in My House?

A concert! I had the pleasure of opening up for folk singer Louise Mosrie at the Fleur De Lis Acoustic Series House Concert last night in Tellico Village, TN. It was a last minute request from the host of the concert series, Perry Bonck (go buy his music BTW), to come on down and perform a few of my own songs at the concert. It was one of the most fun and intimate shows I’ve ever done. And the artist headlining that night… the best! Every song was as meaningful as the next. It was definitely a new experience for me that I would love to do again in the near future… hopefully as a headliner!

I started out with a couple of faster tunes, including The Music Doesn’t Judge Me, which granted me the Grand Prize a few weeks ago at the Smoky Mountains Songwriters Festival (SMSWF) in Gatlinburg, TN, then I ended with Another Home, a song about starting over again with your children after divorce. I almost couldn’t finish singing… darn lumps in my throat! But, in that setting, I felt more like I was sitting and talking to the audience one-on-one rather than singing. I loved it, and I really hope the listeners did too!

If you would like to have me perform at your house concert, please contact me here or sign up at Fanswell and pick a date here. All I need is a room full of wonderful people who want to share stories and songs! Thanx for reading and don’t forget to sign up below for updates!


  3 comments for “There’s a WHAT in My House?

  1. Perry Boncl
    September 16, 2014 at 7:53 am

    Wow, Charlie! Such eloquent words. No wonder you’re a good song writer. BTW, thanks for the plug. In my never ending quest to promote independent music I’ve realized quite a few truths. Anyone can write a song but it takes an artist to make the song live. You do that, my friend. Your vulnerability is what made your songs. People like to see reality in this make believe world. Keep putting your heart in your music. That’s the beat people want to hear.

    • Perry
      September 16, 2014 at 7:55 am

      Wouldn’t it be great if I could spell my own name correctly? Where’s spellcheck when you need it.
      Perry Bonck

      • September 16, 2014 at 9:40 am

        Perry, I appreciate that. It was real fun being there (no matter how nervous and shy I was that night, I did have fun!)

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