Recently, Erin interviewed a local Nashville band, Humming House. Read how they define their musical style, the story behind their latest album Companion, and what's coming up for them. They have a fun story in that they formed out of jam sessions that Tam held in his East Nashville living room. Justin Wade Tam: Humming House started in I had a batch of songs that I wanted to record at the time. I gathered a bunch of friends to play on the record including Josh Wolak and Ben Jones. The album ended up sounding more like a band than a solo project. So, we decided to become a band, because playing with friends is way more fun.
How did Humming House originate and when?
The Hum is a name often given to widespread reports of a persistent and invasive low-frequency humming, rumbling, or droning noise not audible to all people. Hums have been reported in the United States, United Kingdom, New Zealand and Canada,  and are sometimes named according to the locality where the problem has been particularly publicized, such as the " Taos Hum" in New Mexico and the " Windsor Hum" in Ontario. The Hum does not appear to be a single phenomenon.
Your sound is a mix of folk, soul and bluegrass, but how would you personally define your music?
As the founder and front man of Nashville folk-rock outfit, Humming House, Justin Wade Tam has toured internationally and throughout the U. Last fall, he released A Place To Land, his first collection of songs as a solo artist. AnaLee: Humming House has a new single coming soon, I think next week! Justin: We do have a new single coming out! On August 28th, we release the first of 5 new Humming House singles. We went into the studio with Jordan Lehning in January and came out with a batch of songs that we are really proud of. The first song is called Sure Hope We Survive and it's probably the most rock n' roll song we've ever put out.
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