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August 24, 2018 at 1:09 pm #13066Eric L’EsperanceGuest
Hi Unite Boston –
I’m looking for a church in the area that would be excited to host a concert on Saturday evening of September 29th. We would love to perform in a church or house concert setting. Please read the details below if you’re interested, and feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
Ian Zumback – Nashville singer-songwriter and Old Bear Records recording artist released a Billboard Charting album in February 2018 called “The Table.” Ian is a sweet soul whose true passion is to share the life-changing love of Jesus with people through his songs and stories.
The Promise is Hope – Massachusetts-based husband/wife indie-folk duo, who write and perform spiritually charged songs inspired by their personal journey.
What you can expect:
An evening of high quality musical performance and intimate story sharing. These two bands perform together regularly, and collaborate on each others songs in a unique way that makes you feel at home. Your community will be blessed and encouraged.
Is there a booking fee:
As professional musicians who travel and perform for a living, there are costs associated with booking. A booking fee of $600 would be split between both acts. Churches approach this either by covering the cost and inviting their community to attend for free; by charging a ticket price for attendees, and then covering the difference (if ticket sales do not reach $600), or by asking attendees for a love offering and then covering any difference that may be left over. If you and your church are interested in booking us, but finances seem like an obstacle, please reach out. Perhaps we can find another way to make it work.
Eric L’Esperance, Booking Manager for The Promise is Hope.
Thank you for your consideration.