Their styles honed by their experiences as founding members of various bay area bands, Marlies de Veer (guitar/vocals) and Amy Beasley (bass/vocals) of Blue House combine a rocker’s attitude with a folkier acoustic/electric approach to give them a unique sound. A vital part of that sound is their close-knit harmonies. Blue House performs throughout the bay area playing a mind-boggling eclectic mix of both original and cover material with an emphasis on FUN.
Amy Beasley is a talented singer, bass guitarist and songwriter who was born in Corning, New York and threw away a promising career as a cartoon couch potato (in her early childhood) to begin her career on piano, then moved to the guitar when she was big enough to hold one.
Marlies de Veer – singer, guitarist and songwriter was born into Dutch citizenship on the island of Borneo and now is a proud citizen of the United States. She started playing guitar at the age of 11 and performing with Beasley when they were in high school together.
Shelley Hoefer – they are joined by their good friend Shelley Hoefer on percussion/drums.
The band is joined on occasion by Brian Loud or Paul Keller on guitar/vocals and gets help on the cajon/percussion end from good friend Russ Anzalone.