what is a house concert?
A house concert is a great way to experience excellent music, stories, and laughter in the intimacy of your own home. Booking Tyler for a house concert will create an unforgettable evening for you and your guests!
A typical house concert includes some time for mingling, a set of music, a break for appetizers or a pot luck, then another set of music to wrap things up. Expect to be entertained by stories and song: Tyler is a natural storyteller who brings a spark to each and every performance. You’ll hear songs that are high-energy and infectious, to melodic and entrancing, plus get an inside look at the craft of songwriting.
Host your friends for a special occasion or just a night in - a house concert is a unique way to hear music right in the comfort of your own home.
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"Tyler Kealey is an extraordinarily talented musician and entertainer who delivers a thoughtful, emotional, energetic and totally professional performance. At a recent concert at our home, Tyler captivated the audience through his lyrics, music and enthusiasm. The attendees were unanimous in their praise of this gifted musician who has a special way of telling a personal story through his music."
Jim Carter, House Concert Host
What's the cost?
You are welcome to set the price - it's usually something like $10 - $20 per guest. You could also pass the hat for donations for the artist if you prefer.
How many people can attend?
The beauty of a house concert is it's intimacy, and you can host anywhere from 20- 50 people, more, if you have the space.
Do I need to have a piano?
Nope! Tyler will bring his keyboards.
Can I book the duelling pianos for a house party?
A house concert is just Tyler, and while he may throw in a few covers, it's a listening room where your guests will be able to enjoy the quality of his original music, rather than a party.
How can I book a concert?
Email Tyler directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the contact form! We'll be in touch to discuss the date and address any other questions you might have,