Wednesday, February 11, 2009

David Nevue - House Concert in Seattle - March 21st, 2009!

I am returning to the Seattle area for another intimate house concert event on Saturday, March 21st!

I will once again be playing at Joe Bongiorno's place in Kenmore, just north of Seattle. We have just 35 seats available and the last time we did this, the concert sold out pretty quickly. If you think you might come, don't delay too long in getting your tickets.

Well, it's special! As before, we're recording it for a possible "Live" concert CD release! So if you're there, you might just hear yourself clapping on a future David Nevue CD release (well, let's hope there will be clapping!)

PLUS, it's a very intimate venue, in a terrific home, on a magnificent piano! One of my favorite pianos I've ever played.

General admission tickets are $15 each.

Here are the concert details:

David Nevue in concert with special guest, pianist Joe Bongiorno. Purchase your exclusive seats now by clicking this link:

Or you can purchase the tickets through my web site at

You can also call Brown Paper Tickets at 1-800-838-3006 to order by phone.

WHERE: At Joe's Place, of course!
15744 62nd Ave NE, Kenmore, WA 98028
Map at
Directions on the ticket page at

For those of you who aren't in a hurry to leave, after the "formal" concert I'll be sitting down at the piano and playing a few more tunes. I would love it if several of you can hang out for fun, conversation, and some ad-libbing at the piano. Who knows what I might play. Maybe some new stuff. :)

I hope you can make it! If you have any questions, just email me at

Thanks so much.

David Nevue


Blogger The Davies said...

Thank you so much for this concert. It was a grace-filled night, and a venue like no other.

11:45 PM  
Blogger David Nevue said...

You are most welcome. Thank you so much for coming!

11:48 PM  
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12:57 AM  
Anonymous Madalin said...

some time ago for the simple fact listening to a song I like ...
next listening to a song and who wrote an account or
as a form of respect but not for his work on how to reach that rank high ...
you are one of the people who deserve all respect to the number of times you have stood before the piano
then your music is superb not just once one of those songs that will wear the name of the counted in the situation that I was the first class SIA Broken
Respectfully, Madalin (Romania)

1:32 PM  

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