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
... with Robin Vining and Jon Rauhouse. Jon Rauhouse and Robin Vining will be playing The Newton (Changing Hands Bookstore) in Phoenix on June 10th.
Jon Rauhouse appears on the new début solo album by Eric Bachmann called “Eric Bachmann”.
...featuring Tommy Connell. Jon Rauhouse's new album is out now and available for download at all good stockists.
A number of Neko Case live dates at the beginning of March next year, 2016, have been added.
Jason P. Woodbury talks to Jon Rauhouse about Gram Parsons, The Byrds and The Odd Byrds.
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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.
Jon Rauhouse & Tommy Connell - “Swingin' Elephant Graveyard” - at The Fretboard Journal and at Haymaker Guitars