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ABOUT US

Thank you to all of the Treehouse patrons and volunteers for their invaluable contributions in making 2023 another incredible year. These amazing artists and bands were off the deck! Thank you so much for being an integral part of our success and for your continued support.

Concert Crowd

Treehouse Concerts

Two guys and a gal that love live music provide like minded people access to one of the best live music venues in the Bay Area.

 

It’s a small house in the mountains with a deck designed for entertaining with professional sound and lighting surrounded by beautiful redwood trees.

Our modest goal is to bring awesome talent to groups of friends in this unique environment. It’s an intimate venue and space is and will always be limited at these events. 

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The BYOB backyard party environment saves money for patrons and reduces liability for producers. No $15 Moscow Mules. Mix your own for $4.

Treehouse 2024 Series 

Marty O'Reilly
Saturday, May 25, 2024

https://www.martyoreilly.com/ Explaining Marty O’Reilly’s music is like describing a dream. It feels familiar, but at the same time unchartered. His songs sound bluesy but not blues, folk but not folk, soulful but not soul. Marty’s voice is beautiful and unique, his lyrics stark yet lush over gritty electrified guitar, melding beautifully into genre-defying music within the vast definitions of Americana. One can hear an urgency and complexity in the songs, expressing something elemental and perhaps contradictory: love and anger, joy and pain, real and imagined. The live performance is at the core of Marty’s projects. On stage, whether accompanied by a band, or alone, he enters a trance and the music is born again as something new every night. It’s what his followers call “magic”. He goes from raw gospel blues to cinematic epics, from heavy driving grooves to delicately arranged folk songs. Marty leaves the stage out of breath and sweaty, his audience in awe. It's hard to describe, impossible to categorize. Yet people who know the music will try to explain it to you, just as you might struggle to explain a dream in the morning. The details might slip away as you recount them, but the feeling remains. “I started playing music as medicine for myself to feel good and digest some melancholy,” Marty leaves off. “Over time, I realized if music makes me feel good, the people around me who become a part of it will feel good too. It connects us on the same wavelength. I hope to give the world something real and refreshing.

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Nicholas Jamerson and
the Morning Jays

Sunday, June 23, 2024

https://www.nicholasjamerson.com/ In the last ten years or so Nicholas Jamerson has put together a catalogue that reaches across broad spectrums in both substance and style. The eastern Kentucky native has endeared himself to fans in the region and beyond as a founding member of the duo, Sundy Best. In recent years Nicholas performed extensively solo and with his band The Morning Jays. Both with band and on his own Nicholas has made his mark on the most hallowed stages and events in the region. From the Grand Ole Opry and Ryman Auditorium to Americana and Master Musician Festivals. He is among an esteemed group of todays artists who have shaped , redefined, and expanded the notions of Appalachian and Southern music , and reminds people why they love it and enjoy its many splendors. Jamerson’s songs are known for their attention to the natural world, warm hearted characters , and the plight and triumphs of the modern day hillbilly. The Morning Jays are comprised of gentlemen from across the state lines of Kentucky and Tennessee. A blend of country, rock, folk, bluegrass, r&b, and 4 part harmony creating a sounds Taylor made for square dances to summer time, living rooms to lazer shows. In the last ten years or so Nicholas Jamerson has put together a catalogue that reaches across broad spectrums in both substance and style. The eastern Kentucky native has endeared himself to fans in the region and beyond as a founding member of the duo, Sundy Best. In recent years Nicholas performed extensively solo and with his band The Morning Jays. Both with band and on his own Nicholas has made his mark on the most hallowed stages and events in the region. From the Grand Ole Opry and Ryman Auditorium to Americana and Master Musician Festivals. He is among an esteemed group of todays artists who have shaped , redefined, and expanded the notions of Appalachian and Southern music , and reminds people why they love it and enjoy its many splendors. Jamerson’s songs are known for their attention to the natural world, warm hearted characters , and the plight and triumphs of the modern day hillbilly. The Morning Jays are comprised of gentlemen from across the state lines of Kentucky and Tennessee. A blend of country, rock, folk, bluegrass, r&b, and 4 part harmony creating a sounds Taylor made for square dances to summer time, living rooms to lazer shows.

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Sam Chase and the Untraditional
SATURDAY, JULY 20, 2024

https://thesamchase.com/ The Sam Chase & The Untraditional hails from San Francisco, California. This juggernaut of a band blends rock n roll with folk music while maintaining the sensibilities and attitudes that come from growing up on a healthy diet of punk rock. The leader of the band is The Sam Chase himself, a natural storyteller with a voice that sounds as if it has weathered many an epic tale. With boot stomping orchestration and lyrics that have been immortalized on the tattooed skin of their fans, The Sam Chase & The Untraditional doesn’t mess around. These are the warriors we need in these troubled times.

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Sean Hayes
Saturday, August 3, 2024

https://www.seanhayesmusic.com/ Sean Hayes is a Bay Area singer-songwriter who makes music to dance to or cry to, or maybe both at the same time. He was born in New York City, raised in North Carolina, and honed his earliest musical chops in a band playing Irish and old-time tunes — but his unique style of deeply felt, R&B-inflected folk really matured during his two decades singing and playing in cafes, bars, and night clubs of San Francisco. His voice layers wonder and heartache upon grit and gravel, sex and soul. His lyrics carry an unpretentious wisdom. He’s dueted with Aimee Mann; been covered by the Be Good Tanyas; and toured with Anais Mitchell (performing songs from Hadestown, before it was an award-winning Broadway show). His songs have appeared on NPR, NBC and HBO. Be Like Water, is Hayes’ ninth full-length, and his first record in five years — a time period in which, after nearly 20 years in San Francisco, Hayes moved north with his family to Sonoma County. The resulting songs are warm and enveloping, bluesy and lived-in, and have the feel of someone stretching out their legs on a back porch, perhaps a little unused to having the space to do so. Album opener “Shine” sets the tone — exuberant yet unhurried, it serves as a get-well note and rally cry for his friend Charley Crockett, the acclaimed country-blues singer who underwent heart surgery in 2019. On tour together in 2016, the musicians bonded over their shared history of busking — of singing for the joy of it in the humblest of settings. “Tell me how you keep believing, is it just a feeling?” asks Hayes over layered, effervescent guitar, before landing on the song’s hymn-like refrain: “You shine when you’re singing; keep shining, keep singing.” Other inspirations run the gamut: sly, funky jams like “Bell” and “Gold Tooth” revolve quite literally around a celebration of the bell shape and Hayes’ gold tooth, respectively; while “Joy” is a seductive, slow-burning afternoon love song, and “Invisible Weight” sings the praises of a simple apology, no matter how long overdue. Taken together, these tracks comprise a meditation on balance and acceptance — on learning to see life’s bruises and heartaches as necessary parts of the ride. “To me, the phrase Be Like Water is about being patient,” says Hayes, of the record he made during a year when such a mantra felt perhaps more necessary than ever. “Rolling with your nature, and trying to stay present. I think of it as James Brown meets the I Ching: You have to get up to get down.”

Tree Roots

Treehouse Sold Out Series 2023

Lebo and Friends

May 13, 2023

 SOLD OUT

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Magick Blues Band

August 12, 2023

 SOLD OUT

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Mother Hips Duo

June 23, 2023

 SOLD OUT

New Monsoon

September 30, 2023

 SOLD OUT

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Coffis Brothers

July 21, 2023

 SOLD OUT

The Builders and the Butchers

October 14, 2023

 SOLD OUT

Treehouse Sold Out Series 2022

Little Hurricane

May 29, 2022

 SOLD OUT

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Coffis Brothers

August 19, 2022

 SOLD OUT

The Builders And The Butchers

June 24, 2022

 SOLD OUT

Alex Lucero Live Again Band

September 17, 2022

 SOLD OUT 

Lu Rodriguez & Sunfur Ritual

July 30, 2022

 SOLD OUT

Scott Pemberton
O Theory

October 15, 2022

 SOLD OUT 

Welcome to the Treehouse Music Venue, an enchanting space nestled amidst nature where music comes alive! Our unique venue is the perfect setting for unforgettable performances and memorable experiences.

If you are a music artist, band, or songwriter interested in booking a performance at our magical treehouse, we would love to hear from you! You can directly email our dedicated booking team at treehousebooker@gmail.com. They will be delighted to assist you in scheduling a performance and discussing the details of your event.

Join us at the Treehouse Music Venue and let your music soar amidst the beauty of nature. We look forward to hosting your incredible talent and creating unforgettable musical moments together!

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