Americana melodies from a heart-felt troubadour
Unlike many of his peers who were strumming from the get-go, Griffin House got into the music game a bit late, nailing his first G chord in college. A gifted golfer, the Ohio native turned down a golf scholarship in favor of crooning for a living - and for good reason. His Americana guitar hooks were enough to make VHI/ MTV music critic Bill Flanagan listen to his breakout album on loop nearly twenty times. Don’t be surprised if the same happens to you. Reserved seating. Please note that conversation during the show is strongly discouraged. Seating is pre-assigned and family style, but sight lines are clear and sound is excellent. There is a full menu and bar available for extra cost. Seating type is subject to change without notice.
"An engaging songwriter."