Alabaster Grace is the husband/wife duo of Brad and Joan Perry, and the special friends who play music with them. Each song has a unique message based on scripture from the Bible.
How to Host a House Concert
What could be more natural? You love hearing live music. We make our living playing music. Next time we come through your town, why don’t we do a house concert? If you’ve ever hosted a New Year’s Eve party for friends, organized a garage sale or thrown together a neighborhood potluck, you have all the necessary skills required. This information is designed to cover all the bases and outline the details step-by-step to take you from: “Where do I begin?!” to “Let’s do it again!!”
WHAT IS A HOUSE CONCERT?
A house concert is literally a concert in a living room (or a basement, or a backyard…). They’re happening more and more frequently all across the country as artists find that 25 to 50 people can fit into a living room quite comfortably. It’s a great format where both audience and artist alike get to experience an intimate concert in a ‘listening room’ setting that is comfortable for all. This is not a party with background music. It is a sit down concert in your home. There is, little advertising necessary and ticket prices can be whatever the artist and presenter agree upon (usually a $15-20 suggested donation per person). The main thing required from you is: 1) having the space to host it, and 2) inviting your friends, neighbors, co-workers, family, etc. We love doing this kind of show and they can either be just a concert, or you may choose to provide appetizers and drinks, or do a potluck. The options are really wide open depending upon how you’d like to host it.
“Thoroughly Christian: A wonderful and talented husband and wife team presenting the Gospel through music and the Word.”
— Pastor John Howard Farmer, Irvington Baptist Church
“I wanted to say how anointed your music was the other night. Randy said it best at the end when he expressed to you that this was best experience he has had at the River Room. Your music and your spirit was so steeped in God that you just brought us all to the throne of God and we basked in His Presence all night! Thank you!”
— Mark Eulo, River Room Church
“Alabaster Grace's wonderful music ministry at Bluff Point UMC was like a shot in the arm for our praise and worship service. It was most uplifting to our spirits.”
— Pastor Jack Bailey, Bluff Point United Methodist Church