When Every Band is Now a House Band...

The COVID-19 outbreak sees global citizens self-isolating or quarantined by their governments for the safety of everyone. Schools, offices, and work sites around the globe have been emptied and people told to stay home. Museums, sporting events, concerts, restaurants, gyms, and more are all following suit. In an effort to help alieviate the boredom, and to help musicians around the world financially survive what could be weeks or months of no public gigs or concerts, Houseband.ca is born.

Musicians get the opportunity to work from home and share their craft and you, the audience, gets to continue to see your favourite artists perform while supporting their livlihood.

Pricing and fees are transparent are fair while operating costs are kept as low as possible.  Artists are able to provide paid, free, and pay-what-you-want shows.

Artist Sign-Up

The first step for all users is to sign-up for a site account. If you intend to perform, then please make sure you hit the checkbox denoting that you're an artist and then you'll be able to access the Artist Profile and Show Creator links.

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Fan Sign-Up

Getting bored of Netflix already and looking to see some live music transmitted livingroom-to-livingroom? Your ticket helps support the artists you love during the COVID-19 isolations that are covering the planet. Join today!

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Event Listings

Note: The below shows are just for my testing (though you can have a look - payments are set to the test processor so it can't charge you). Houseband needs artists, so watch this space for real shows soon!

(TEST) Little Red - May 15, 2020 8:00PM MDT


Little Red were an Australian rock, pop band formed in 2005 by Adrian Beltrame on guitar, keyboard and vocals, Dominic Byrne on guitar and vocals, Quang Dinh on bass guitar and vocals, Tom Hartney on harmonica, keyboard and vocals, and Taka Honda on drums. They issued two albums, Listen to Little Red (28 June 2008) and Midnight Remember (September 2010). The second album peaked at No. 5 on the ARIA Albums Chart. It provided their highest charting single, "Rock It" (June 2010), which reached the top 20 on the related ARIA Singles Chart. The group disbanded in August 2012.

May 15, 2020 20:00 Mountain Daylight Time

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(TEST) The Fabric - May 16, 2020 4:00PM MDT


The Fabric is an 9-Piece Soul/Funk band from Melbourne. It has been a product in the making for the past 12 months and we feel we're ready to share our filthy grooves, smooth horn riffs, and soulful, heartbreaking chunes with you all.

May 15, 2020 16:00 Mountain Daylight Time

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(TEST) Yves Klein Blue - May 15, 2020 10:00PM MDT


Yves Klein Blue was an Australian indie rock band from Brisbane, which formed in 2005 and disbanded in 2010. The line-up included Chris Banham on drums and percussion, Sean Cook on bass guitar, Charles Sale on lead guitar and keyboards and Michael Tomlinson on lead vocals and rhythm guitar. Their name is from the colour, International Klein Blue, by Yves Klein.

The band were signed to Brisbane record label Dew Process,[1] under which they re-released their debut EP Yves Klein Blue Draw Attention to Themselves (April 2008).[2][3]

Yves Klein Blue supported local and international acts, the VeilsFranz Ferdinandthe Fratellisthe Living EndBen KwellerYou Am I and the Grates, and appeared at Big Day Out, SxSW, Pyramid Rock Festival and Splendour in the Grass during 2008.[4] Their only album, Ragged & Ecstatic, was released in Australia and New Zealand in July 2009, which reached the top 50 on the ARIA Albums Chart.[5]

On 31 January 2011, the band announced via an email to mailing list subscribers[6] and a post on their Facebook page wall that they had disbanded in the second half of 2010 due to creative differences and that they now live in different cities.[7]

May 15, 2020 22:00 Mountain Daylight Time

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