We're so excited about hosting Christine Havrilla! This will be a great night of music and pre-holiday cheer! Please RSVP early! Contact Toni at [masked] for location and directions
Check out Christine's music!
Doors at 7:30 - Concert at 8pm. $20 per ticket (cash at door) - all proceeds to the artist of course!
Our town house neighborhood has open street parking - additional spots behind our row of townhouses - park in any legal spot other than a driveway or at the apartments! If you're looking for dinner before the show, we suggest Rustico, which is a short walking distance from us. We will have some beverages and dessert - feel free to bring food or drink to share!
Visit http://www.northendconcerts.com for more info on our house
Bio: Portland based, Christine Havrilla's album, "In My Chair," demonstrates her ever-evolving musicianship. In a very personal and solo endeavor, Christine sings and plays all instruments in her most ambitious effort to date. Writing and producing "In My Chair" from her home studio, listeners hear raw authenticity as Christine’s gritty vocals and overall musicality breathe life into fifteen engaging songs. Christine’s strength on guitar is ever-present. She delivers “In My Chair” in the unabashed style which has garnered her critical
Christine Havrilla, embarked on an ambitious new journey with her Gypsy Fuzz project in late 2011. Havrilla, a Philadelphia native, who has five studio albums, three EPs, and over a decade of touring under her belt, ventures into a new band project with Gypsy Fuzz. The power trio based band features Christine on electric guitar, and has been described as "a blend of 70’s, 80’s, and 90’s rock delivered by the modern singer/songwriter." Searching. Finding. Living. is the debut release from Gypsy Fuzz.
“Searching.Finding. Living.” listed in Advocate Magazine’s Top Ten Best Overlooked Albums of 2012 not to miss! Co-wrote the song, "Hightail", for the indy film Til Death Do Us Toby
(2010 Chateau Entertainment/Canada) Curve Magazine's Anniverssary Issue Finalist for Favorite Musician/Newcomer (2010)
“Blinders” won the Garden State Film Festival’s “Best Country Song”
for the film, Embraceable You ( 2010)
One of the Top Ten Indie Artists" - Advocate Magazine