Singer-songwriter Dave Hause possesses the wisdom of a folk poet and the attitude of a punk rock renegade, and his impassioned rallying cries are sure to win over fans of both genres. At his live shows Hause lets his passionately belted vocals play off the angry growl of his distorted guitar while his brother Tim provides additional guitars, keyboards, and vocals. Concertgoers are consistently impressed by this troubadour’s natural gift for audience interaction as he cracks jokes and invites fans to sing along to favorites like "We Could Be Kings". On the road in 2015 with like-minded songsmith Rocky Votolato, Dave Hause is sure to thrill ticket buyers with his spectacular songcraft and fun-loving personality.
Dave Hause (born 1978) played an active role in the Philadelphia punk scene of the ‘90s as a member of bands like The Curse and Paint It Black. In 2004 Hause quit his other groups to form The Loved Ones, a pop punk group that released a self-titled debut EP the following year. After touring in support of bands like The Bouncing Souls and NOFX, The Loved Ones made their album debut in 2006 with Keep Your Heart. In addition to his work with the band Hause began focusing on solo material with the 2011 release of Resolutions. The critically adored Devour followed in 2013, around the same time that he began performing with his brother to achieve a back-to-basics lineup of guitar and keyboard accompaniment.Since then the brothers have become known for their intimate and moving live performances, and they continue to captivate audiences every time they hit the road on tour.