With over 15 years of touring and 12 studio albums to his name, Griffin House is a star that doesn’t stop rising.
Having enjoyed plenty of success as a national headliner for over a decade and earned a great deal of respect as a well-known performer and singer-songwriter, he doesn't take himself too seriously. The artist moved to Nashville with a dream, a guitar, and a handful of songs in 2003. Within months, he signed a deal with a label. In the year following, his debut album Lost and Found was lauded by music critics, such as Bill Flanagan, Executive VP of MTV/VH1 Networks, who featured him on the CBS Sunday Morning show as one of the "best-emerging songwriters."
Since then, House has toured with John Mellencamp, The Cranberries, and Mat Kearney, which paved the way for him to meet some of his idols Bruce Springsteen and Willie Nelson. In recent years, House has had the chance to reconnect with old friends Paul Moak and Grammy-award-winning Ian Fitchuk (Kasey Musgraves) to work on his latest album release Rising Star.