Explicitly diverse, often misclassified, Parker House and Theory mashes rock, funk, pop and soul, oozing with energy and smacking you in the face with charisma. Having been founded by Eric-jon Tasker and Carlos Foglia, they are eccentric in nature, and personality is always center stage. What started in the clubs and colleges around Boston has grown beyond the New England market to the entire Northeast and Midwest thanks to relentless touring and an organic grassroots buzz. A commanding stage presence and limitless energy backed by catchy hooks and a tight dynamic make it impossible for anyone to stay seated at a Parker House show.
Parker House and Theory's sound lives in the alleyways between the restrictive structures of modern genre classification. These aren't dark and dangerous alleyways, they're spaces slammed wall-to-wall with bright flashing head turning neon lights.
Parker House and Theory should really find a shorter name. They know you will learn it eventually because night after night they crank out unforgettable performances chock full of energy. They are one part soulful bouncy pop, one part bluesy-funk, two parts personality. Parker House’s signature grooves and bursting melodies will seep into your soul.
Labeled as a "soon to crack" band (Boston Herald) and "one of the next generation of acts to watch" (Boston Globe), Parker House and Theory is on a mission to spread their musical seed far and wide. Having won over the audiences of and shared the stage with Jurassic 5, 311, G. Love and Special Sauce, The Wailers, Dropkick Murphy’s, John Butler Trio, and State Radio, they are on the right path.