Welcome to the online home of Adler & Hearne (updated March 10, 2020)
SAVE THE DATE! | SAT. APRIL 4, 2020 -- We're looking forward to returning to The Old Firehouse in Edom, TX. Doors open 6:30 PM / Music at 7:30 PM $12 ADV / $15 DOOR at 8241 FM 279, Edom, TX. For more details, visit The Old Firehouse on Facebook or at www.theoldfirehouse.net, or call (903) 852-2781.
CALENDAR NOTE: Thank you for your patience as we get this NEW web site re-designed and up to date. (Our Hostbaby site migrated to a new Bandzoogle site in January 2020, and that was a month full of all sorts of surprises so we're just a bit behind here. Having some issues yet getting our Calendar dates to get in sync with the new site. Stay tuned!) Kindly check back often to our Calendar page to see if we're headed your way. Better yet, reach out with an invite and we'll get YOUR house concert, or your community or church event on our tour itinerary for 2020 and beyond. Just send Lynn a personal email at firstname.lastname@example.org, and she'll follow up pronto!
Like most folks we know, our past year brought a mix of joys, adventures, heartaches and challenges. But we lived to tell about it, and sing about it too! As a couple whose journey began in friendship 40 years ago in Nashville, we decided our 2019 anniversary year was deserving of a momentous occasion. In a quiet tiny wedding officiated by two dear friends at our song farm home we tied the knot on November 20, 2019.
We'll continue to make music in the world as Adler & Hearne (our professional name for going on 20 years). and as newly adopted members of the Howlin' Dog Records family in Alamosa, CO, we look forward to making a new recording there with the awesome Don Richmond later this year.
Following our calling to make music together for our living has not always been the easiest choice, but most definitely the right one. The warm and wide circle of friendships we've made along the way certainly has brought much love, spirit and meaning to our life together. Thank you from the heart to our family and friends for your encouragement, love and support through the years. May the new year comfort you with memories of good times and of loved ones who've passed on, andfill you with anticipation of new life in all its forms -- new projects, work, music, art, writing, poetry, improved health, growing families, gardening, travels, lifted spirits, pursuit of dreams!
And for those of you we've not seen in too long, we'd love our paths to cross soon. (Hint: house concerts make for the best reunions. Perhaps you'd like to be on our 2020 Honeymoon Tour!) We care about you, and we'd love to hear from you!!! ~ Lynn & Lindy
P.S. We're taking some time off for self care early this year, while quietly regaining our footing with concert bookings and new creative works by summer. NOW is the time to reach out about summer, fall and winter dates on the calendar. That's not to say we're adverse to a last-minute booking this winter or spring. Just so ya know.
It's a journey of faith for us as we work future concert bookings into the nooks and crannies of our days. We very much appreciate your reaching out to us to schedule a concert in your home, community or church in 2020-2021. We're independent artists and we handle all of our own bookings. Don't be shy about reaching out!
REAR VIEW MIRROR
On October 27 we played the soulful Harmony House concert series at Wildscape Acres north of Bonham, TX at the home of hosts Faye Wedell and Scott Lipsett. It was a gorgeous fall Sunday afternoon, and we were so pleased to have a houseful of friends in attendance. And what SINGERS they were!!!
On October 17 we were delighted to provide a program of music in honor of the 50th Anniversary of St. Luke's Nursing Center in Carthage, MO where Lynn's parents now live. It was a delightful day!
On September 14-26 we journeyed to New England and back, visiting dear friends and family and playing a handful of choice house concert gatherings in PA and CT, including the awesome Trinity Church on the Green Coffeehouse Concert and Sunday morning church service, which is always so beautiful and touching.
On September 4-10 we enjoyed a few days out to Michael Hearne's Big Barn Dance in Taos, NM. En route to and from we played concerts in Amarillo, TX (at Chalice Abbey) and Moriarty, NM (a lovely house concert series there). It was also very special to be brought up on stage a couple of times during the Big Barn Dance 'love fest.' Always good medicine there.
On August 29 we returned home from a four-day Artist-In-Residency in Coffeyville, KS for the community's Humanities Project. We gave 17 performances over the four days -- at the community college and many nursing homes, including five programs for the high school in nearby Caney, KS. Oh yeah, and a house concert on our way back home to TX!
On Sunday, May 5, 2019, we wrapped up our delightful two-week High Plains Public Radio Music Ambassador Tour. Hats off to High Plains Public Radio and all our gracious concert hosts and helpers along the way. It was an amazing journey, and we made wonderful new friends in the Texas and Oklahoma panhandles (Perkins, OK too at dear friend Monica Taylor's sweet house concert gathering!!), and all up and down Western Kansas. The High Plains rock, and we encourage you all to put that region on your bucket list.
Our Fall 2018 month-long tour took us on another full sweep to the Upper Midwest down through Tennessee, over to South Carolina and back across the Gulf Coast states to Home Sweet Texas. and our Summer 2018 tour took us from the upper east side of Texas to Arkansas, Missouri, Kansas, Illinois, Michigan, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Delaware, Virginia, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama and Louisiana.
ADLER & HEARNE ARE ON THE TEXAS TOURING ROSTER!!!
The Texas Commission on the Arts once again accepted Adler & Hearne onto the Texas Touring Roster as official Texas Touring Artists, this time for the 2018-2020 touring season. It's a rigorous application process, and we're grateful to remain on the roster for another two year term. Honored to have been on the roster since 2014. For more information, see our TCA Touring Artists page here on our web site, and click HERE to see TCA's recent Facebook announcement about yours trulies.
NOTE: If you represent a public school, library, municipality or not-for-profit organization in Texas -- you can apply to the TCA for what's called Performance Support grant dollars that will cover up to 50 percent of Adler & Hearne's concert fee. How cool is that?! To learn more, click here:
Or shoot us a fast email, and we'll reply pronto. Write to us at email@example.com
HEAR ADLER & HEARNE ON "THE HEARNE FAMILY ALBUM" -- !
The two songs of ours featured on the recording are "Salty Town" co-written by Lindy Hearne and Kate Hearne, from our CD "Second Nature." And "When They Sing" penned by Lindy, from our latest double CD "Simpatico."
Wouldn't you like to add the HEARNE FAMILY ALBUM to your collection of Adler & Hearne CDs?!?! Here's the link to Howlin' Dog Records where you can order the CD. Or email us directly with your order, and we'll ship one to you!
Speaking of albums... have you heard our latest?!
Meet 'SIMPATICO" -- a 24-song celebration of 15 years of organic song farming in the world!!!
Our O'fficial Hometown CD Release concert was SAT., OCT. 1, 2016, at our beloved Winnsboro Center for the Arts, and even though this new music was released late in the year (October 2016) -- "Simpatico" was among the OFFICIAL FOLK DJ Most-Played CDs of 2016. WhooHOO and hats off to radio promotions magician ERIC BALKEY.
Please help others hear our music by requesting airplay of Adler & Hearne songs by your favorite FOLK DJ in the world. Thank you!
Simply click HERE to listen to and purchase any of our music online!
ADLER & HEARNE MAKE HISTORY!!!
We're honored to be included in this beautiful book penned by Maryann Miller and Bill Jones on the history of our adopted home town of Winnsboro, TX. Wow!! So cool...
Following is the history book page featuring yours trulies. The book is available for sale at the Winnsboro Center for the Arts, and at the Winnsboro Emporium. Truly a treasury of historic images and stories of our town, which was founded as "Crossroads" in 1854.
Thanks for stopping by our online home!
And for all you do to support organic song farmers like us in the world by showing up at shows, buying our music, and requesting it from your favorite FOLK DJs.
Thanks for visiting our BANDCAMP page too -- to listen and to purchase our music online, for yourself or for someone you love.
Y'all be safe out there, and be kind to yourself.
Peace, love & healing through song always,
Lynn & Lindy
Adler & Hearne
Spring Hollow Organic Song Farm | P.O. Box 979, Winnsboro, TX 75494
song farm cell: (214) 952-6086 (voice or text)