The Frog Pond at Blue Moon Farm Folk Alliance House Concerts
The Frog Pond at Blue Moon Farm in Silverhill, Alabama is a private outdoor house concert in a private home. We are a Pro Member of The Folk Alliance International and many of the country’s best singer songwriters and musicians have graced our humble little “front porch”.
The venue is as distinctive as the performers. The Frog Pond itself, is an outdoor stage under a 200 year old Cedar tree on Blue Moon Farm, a property owned by Cathe Steele, who formerly managed the entertainment at Pirates Cove in Josephine, Alabama. Steele, and her songwriter friend Grayson Capps, took inspiration for the Frog Pond house concerts series from the famed “Midnight Rambles” conducted by drummer Levon Helm. As she describes it, the core idea is to bring musicians and serious listeners together in an informal but respectful house concert setting on the farm where the focus is firmly on the music and the community built through artists and listeners. It’s a magical place where music is brought back to it’s roots in a true listening venue where songwriters and musicians alike come together to “wood shed” and network. The Frog Pond offers each artist the opportunity to play with others that they would not normally have the opportunity to perform with while sharing fan bases & introducing their music to new ears in an incredible listening audience within an intimate venue of true music lovers. We are a not for profit house concert with original music by the performers. All proceeds go to our songwriters.
At Blue Moon Farm, patrons bring their own chairs and beverages and are encouraged to participate in a communal covered-dish dinner. Overnight camping is allowed for out of towners. The house concerts are intimate, unique, and you must be on the guest list to attend as it is not open to the public. Please feel free to contact us for details and an invite to experience the musical magic and community of The Frog Pond at Blue Moon Farm.