Take a chance to share your music live on the Trinity House Theatre stage. Open Stage takes place the first and third Tuesday nights of the month (and 5th Tuesday if there is one). The doors open at 5:45 p.m. and the music starts at 6:00 p.m. Local songwriters, Terry Birkett and Bob Knox, will […]Find out more »
Sam Robbins is often described as an "old soul singer songwriter." A Nashville based musician whose music evokes classic 70's singer songwriters like James Taylor and Neil Young, Sam adds a modern, upbeat edge to the storyteller troubadour persona. An avid performer, he has gained recognition from extensive touring and as one of the six […]Find out more »
Jon Shain is a veteran singer-songwriter who’s been turning heads for years with his words, his fiery acoustic guitar work, and his evolved musical style – combining improvised piedmont blues with bluegrass, swing, and ragtime. He is the 2019 winner of the International Blues Challenge in the solo/duo category. Shain’s most recent solo disc, Gettin’ Handy […]Find out more »
Empty Chair Night featuring Dan Cafferty and Wolf Tytschkowski. Not just another open mic show, the Empty Chair Night offers members of the audience a chance to join the hosts and featured act on stage to share a song “in-the-round” style. Empty Chair is the brain-child of Joel Palmer. Each month there is a featured […]Find out more »
Although they're based in Nashville, Wild Ponies have always looked to Southwest Virginia — where bandmates Doug and Telisha Williams were both born and raised — for inspiration. There, in mountain towns like Galax, old-time American music continues to thrive, supported by a community of fiddlers, flat-pickers, and fans. Wild Ponies pay tribute to that […]Find out more »
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Trinity House was founded in 1981 by Paul Patton and members of Trinity Baptist Church in Livonia as a venue for live theatre. Later it was incorporated separately as a non-profit arts organization in 1988. The theatre’s focus switched to live music in 1999, and since then Trinity House has provided concert goers with one of the state’s best listening rooms. Please consider donating or becoming a member today – your contribution helps keep the magic alive!