Bring Music Home
coffee table book benefiting live music venues available for
pre-order now

Bring Music Home is a unique, full color coffee table book that is the first of its kind. Weighing in at almost nine pounds and nearly 400 pages, this gorgeous product features many of the people and places that make up America’s live music ecosystem. Click here to pre-order now.

A portion of the proceeds from the purchase of this book directly benefit the National Independent Venue Association (NIVA) as well as support more than 60 individual photographers, producers, designers and writers who helped make this project a reality. Full disclosure—I wrote the essay about New Orleans music.

Over the past eight months, this ace team of creatives from all across the country came together to document the collective experience of live music in the United States and showcase nearly 200 music venues and their staff from around the country. The book features clubs in 30 cities including Tipitina’s in New Orleans, the Empty Bottle in Chicago, and the 9:30 Club in Washington, DC.

Each city is also honored with a one-of-a-kind, museum quality graphic art poster. The New Orleans poster (pictured above) was designed by Jay Sayatovic. Click here to purchase it. Over 375 individuals were also interviewed and photographed from venue owners/ operators to longstanding employees and artists. Variety reported, “Bring Music Home is the only team currently documenting more than 200 music venues across 30 U.S. cities—a story of music culture’s unsung heroes, the real-life people behind live music.”

Pre-order your copy today to keep live music alive in the United States.

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