Recording and performing for over 15 years, Griffin House has toured with John Mellencamp, The Cranberries, Josh Ritter, Mat Kearny and Brett Dennen, among others. He has been featured on the CBS Sunday Morning, CNN Newsroom, and others. A traveling modern day troubadour and storyteller, House continues to headline almost 100 shows a year in the U.S.
We’ll dig into his career and cover intimate territory that has also inspired his album, Rising Star, spanning from fatherhood, to struggling with sobriety, to the ‘slow rise’ of being considered a “successful” musician. The album, recorded in Nashville with multi Grammy-nominated producer Paul Moak, features co-writes with fellow Nashville musician Brian Elmquist of The Lone Bellow, longtime collaborator Jeff Trott (Sheryl Crow) and Joy Williams of The Civil Wars; as well as percussion from Grammy-winning “Album of the Year” producer Ian Fitchuk (Kacey Musgraves’ Golden Hour). House also stars in and co-executive produces his first full length feature documentary film, also called “Rising Star” (release 2019).