Note Book Sessions

Third House Books & Coffee, in conjunction with Supermoon Sound and OKAY GOOD Media, present Note Book Sessions. Surely you've seen NPR's Tiny Desk. Well, this is our version, and we think it's better. We put on live recorded shows once a month, doing our best to highlight and promote local bands. So take a gander and listen. Do yourself a favor and go full screen and plug in your best headphones. You deserve it.

Do you want to attend the next show? Click on over to our Events page to get the details and tickets!

On Deck: PINE. July 23, 8PM

 
 

Pearl & The oysters

February 26, 2018 - Our very first Note Book Session featured one of Gainesville's most eclectic bands. It was a real challenge to fit them in the space, they had to pair down from eight musicians to just four to make it work. I think we could have got the bongos in there, but it would have been really tight. It was an amazing set. It seemed as if the space was made for them and they were made for the space.

 

Kylie Odetta

March 26, 2018 - We got really lucky when soul singer-songwriter Kylie Odetta asked us if she could play a set at Third House. "I love bookstores!" she said. We feel the same. Most of our guests that night had never heard Kylie play, but she had no problem connecting with audience. I kid you not, I saw some tears. Kylie sang her heart out (and her voice) and we couldn't have asked for anything more.

 

GUTS

April 16, 2018 - GUTS is without a doubt one of my favorite bands in Gainesville. They're sound is raw, earthy, melodic. These are some soulful, fierce ladies and it was fantastic to witness it all that night. You can never really have enough drums, don't you think? If you're a local, never hesitate to catch a GUTS show, I guarantee you will never be disappointed, unless it's canceled ;-).

 

jordan burchel

June 11, 2018 - Good Gosh. Wow. Jordan nailed it. I also think this was most I laughed at one of our shows. Jordan's banter only made the night that much better. He has a voice that he modulates so well, from a literal whisper to truly exercising those pipes. It was a really fun show and I'm so glad I got to finally see him in action.