Concerts in the Attic is a not-for-profit house concert series hosted by Steve Long and Ed and Sarah Rogers. Held in the attic (that's right, the attic) of Ed and Sarah's one-hundred-year old house in Fort Worth's historic Fairmount neighborhood, the series features top-notch singer/songwriters performing in an intimate setting for an appreciative and attentive audience of music lovers.

Concerts are usually held on Sundays beginning at 5pm*, and are followed by an acoustic song circle until 11pm. Guests are encouraged to bring acoustic instruments, potluck dishes and their beverage of choice. A suggested donation is collected during each show, all going directly to the performer.

 

Seating for each concert is limited to 30 guests and is by invitation only. To request an invitation, please send an email, with the name of the performer in the subject line, to Steve Long at steve@concertsintheattic.com.

* Guests are encouraged to arrive thirty minutes to an hour prior to showtime so that shows are not delayed.

 
For directions, information or any other questions you may have, please contact Steve Long.
 

 
To request an invitation, please send an email, with THE ARTIST'S NAME in the subject line, to Steve Long at steve@concertsintheattic.com. THIS IS THE ONLY METHOD TO RESERVE SEATS. Unfortunately we cannot honor requests sent via Facebook.
 

 
Hey folks! CITA host Ed Rogers has music available for download on iTunes. Check it out! And check out his web site at edrogersmusic.com.
Ed Rogers 
 

 
 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
Sunday, April 27
Davis Raines
 
When Davis Raines sings a song about one of life's drifters who ran afoul of the law, it's no pose. The singer-songwriter didn't get around to a music career until his mid-30s, after he decided to leave behind his job as a captain of a maximum security prison in Alabama, where, for a time, he was in charge of Death Row. Raines doesn't get completely bogged down in prison songs, though. The music on his critically acclaimed 1998 debut, Big Shiny Cars includes hardcore tunes like Working Homicide, Hell for Breakfast and Last Hard Man in Elmore County. 2003's Parts Unknown found Raines further developing a broader cross-section of country-tinged singer-songwriter fare with a storyteller's gift for metaphor. As a songwriter he has a cut on the Grammy nominated album Wave On Wave by Pat Green. The album was recently certified Gold.
 

 
 

 
Upcoming Shows
 
**** May 18 ****
Nathan Hamilton