Latest Griffin House Setlist
Griffin House at Caffè Lena
- Go Through It
- Still Hung Up On You
- The Guy That Says Goodbye to You is Out of His Mind
- Rising Star
- I Remember (It's Happening Again)
- Coming Down the Road
- Real Love Can’t Pretend
- Liberty Line
- Cup of Fulfillment
- Better Than Love
- Only Love Remains
- The Way I Was Made
- Learning to Fly
- The Way I Was Made (Reprise)
About Griffin House
The most intriguing new talent that youve likely never heard of words frequently used to describe up and coming musical artist, Griffin House. At just 25 years old, Griffins breakout talent reveals a wealth of soulfulness and sincerity well beyond his years. As evidenced on his critically-acclaimed, Nettwerk debut album, Lost & Found, Griffin has taken the lessons hes learned from such industry legends as Woody Guthrie and Bruce Springsteen, and applied them to a collection of music that instantly qualifies him as one of the most intriguing new songwriters to emerge in recent memory.
Hitting the road solidly throughout 2004, Griffin has toured with, and thrived amongst, a raft of heavy hitters including Patti Scialfa, Mindy Smith, Josh Ritter, Sarah Harmer, Over the Rhine, Gomez, Teitur, Ari Hest, Amy Correia, and Matt Nathanson. Successfully rounding out his first headlining tour in February, Griffin now stands on the threshold of an even more promising year as he returns to the studio to record his third album!
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