Hire Howlin’ Hobbit

Looking to hire a fun act for your club or special event? I’m available in a whole menu of formats. You can send booking inquiries to bookings@howlinhobbit.com or via my Contact page.

Solo
This is just Howlin’ and his ukulele. And maybe a kazoo or so. This act is best as an opening act, a house concert or as part of a varieté or burlesque show. With house concerts this act will be two 40 to 45 minute sets. In all other circumstances it’s best as an hour or less.

With A Duo
This is Hobbit & Hare with “Hare” being Andrew “Sketch” Hare on upright bass and harmony vocals. On the rare occasions that Sketch is unavailable it will feature either a different bass instrument or a soloist, hand selected from amongst my amazing friends. Great for clubs, coffeehouses, house concerts, private parties, etc. We like to keep these appearances to two hours or less.

With A Full Band
This will be either my longstanding quartet Snake Suspenderz or Accidental Rhino. Accidental Rhino is a fluctuating back-up band for me and will include two or more of my talented friends. It usually comes in either a trio or quartet format, but has been known to grow to as many as six people.

Here you can find my Official Howlin’ Hobbit Electronic Press Kit™, easily downloadable so you don’t have to wait for the mail! (All documents are in pdf format.)

The Docs

  • Howlin’ Hobbit 1 sheet
  • Howlin’ Hobbit promo photo. It looks wonderful on glossy photo stock, even from an inkjet! Perfect for printing out and hanging in your lobby. (If you prefer an 8×10, this version is designed to be printed out to standard 8.5×11″ glossy stock and with just two chops on the paper cutter, voilá! An 8×10 glossy.)

The Pics

The Demo tracks

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For An Old Man, written by my friend, Jim Nason.

Also, there’s a video of me performing For An Old Man on my Music & Video page.

Moonglow. An older recording, but still pretty representative of my “old school” stuff.