featuring Jon, Megyn Neff, Jennifer Rauhouse, Tommy Connell and Robin Vining
In the end the blues (music) are not the paper they’re written on, we agreed, it’s the horn and the slapped bass, it’s the singer and the voice, it’s the smoke in the room, it’s the people listening, bent foreward, eyes closed or shiny, it’s the time and place and the ache inside that matches the ache in the words and music. It isn’t something to take apart to much, to analyze.Hoagy Carmichael expresses exactly the way Jon feels about music
Don’t get us wrong: Phoenix’s Jon Rauhouse is a killer bandleader in his own right — as evidenced by his Jon Rauhouse Orchestra — but when he teams up with songwriter Neko Case, he proves himself to be a killer ace in the hole.Best Sideman Phoenix 2014 - Jon Rauhouse
The Jon Rauhouse Orchestra are playing a couple of free shows in Arizona - Tucson and Tempe - during October.
Jon Rauhouse is playing as part of Ian Moore's band in the next few days over a couple of dates in Seattle and Portland.
Neko Case has some tour dates lined up in Europe during August.
Two albums that Jon Rauhouse has played on, Howe Gelb's “The Coincidentalist” and The Old 97's “Most Messed Up”. With streaming and free download.
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No shows booked at the moment.
Jon Rauhouse playing with Neko Case at The Civic Theatre, New Orleans, on January 27th, 2014.
A camera, some guitars, a banjo, banter and music: Jon Rauhouse plays three tracks - “I Can't Stay Mad At You”, “Desert Luau” & “Woodpecker” - for Red Chair Recordings