Folk artist Jenee Halstead performed her music at the Upper Moreland home of , who, for the second year, hosted a public house concert.
The house concert, which took place Oct. 1, also featured the rock cover band Second Chance, in which Burkhauser plays lead guitar.
According to Halstead, such home concerts are increasingly becoming a popular way for artists to supplement income, in between concerts and more traditional venues.
While most house concerts, including the one that took place at the Burkhauser residence, are free, guests made contributions for Halstead's performance. She also was able to sell her albumn, "The River Grace," and EP "Hollow Bones".
The Burkhauser Family invited friends, family, neighbors and the general public to the event, which also featured a free potluck dinner. Burkhauser said that house concerts also help promote a sense of community.
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For more infromation on Jenee Halstead, visit www.jeneehalstead.com.
For more information on the Second Chance band, e-mail John Burkhauser at email@example.com.