Folk? Bluegrass? Rock? Irish? Pop?

A lot of people ask us what genre we are. The truth is, we don't know. Check out some of our music and let us know what you think.

In reality, if you really want to get to know about TopHouse, y'all should shoot us a message and say hi, come to a show, or listen to some music! Why not all three?

TopHouse was created in 2015 by two Montana music majors, guitarist/songwriter Jesse Davis and violinist William Cook before adding Joseph Larson (lead singer and guitar/banjo player,) and Andy LaFave (piano) in 2017 and 2022 respectively. After being vaulted to local fame in their birthplace of Missoula, with the Missoulian naming TopHouse one of the top 5 best new bands (two years in a row we might add), the band moved to Nashville, TN in October of 2019. TopHouse quickly set to work attaining a local residency as well as getting music played on Nashville’s premier new-music radio station Lightning 100. With some viral social media moments, a healthy dose of touring, consistent time in the studio, and a diet of Little Caesars and Red Bull, TopHouse has continued to grow to the point of selling out venues in cities they've never even heard of. When they aren’t touring the U.S. they can be found around Nashville TN, trying not to die in traffic and/or throwing the occasional round of disc golf. The band’s releases include Middle of Somewhere, Hopes & Fears, Snapshot, The Irish EP, and Campfire Stories. The band is currently releasing new music, with their latest singles "Better is the End" and "Be Nobody" having their biggest first weeks to date (knock on wood).


Joe is the guy who uses his vocal chords to produce sound for us. He also spends a considerable amount of time trying to act like he can play the banjo.


You might hear some pretty awful jokes at the next TopHouse show, thanks to Jesse's relentless pursuit of his true passion in stand up comedy. In the meantime, we're lucky to have him pickin' and strummin' the ol' guitar and mandolin.


William wrote every song Bob Dylan ever played. He's also learning violin! Give him time, he'll get better.


Andy, like the dude behind the curtain in the Wizard of Oz, influenced a lot of what TopHouse did before finally being allowed to join the band after years of auditioning. He plays piano.