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Hollis Brown / Fall 2015

Hollis Brown

Hollis Brown

TELL HOLLIS BROWN WHERE TO PLAY

Hollis Brown is already on tour with Counting Crows, but they can squeeze a few extra stops in to do headlining shows--if you want them to! Vote for your city below. If your city gets enough tickets reserved to meet the goal and finishes in the top 4, Hollis Brown will play. And you'll have tickets! Age: 21+

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Ringwood, NJ

Live at Drew's

Aug 11 - 28
2015
10 10
Winner
Chillicothe, OH

The Dock at Water

Sep 05 - 14
2015
10 9
Winner

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ABOUT THE ARTIST

Since its formation in 2009, the scrappy New York outfit known as Hollis Brown has emerged as one of America's most compelling young rock 'n' roll acts. Drawing from a bottomless well of classic influences yet firmly rooted in the present, the band traces its start to high-school classmates Mike Montali and Jonathan Bonilla, who grew up together in Astoria, Queens.

The band’s 2013 indie album Ride on the Train helped to win the band an enthusiastic international fan base while attracting copious critical acclaim from the likes of Rolling Stone, SPIN and American Songwriter. Now their new release 3 Shots not only showcases the deeply expressive songwriting of Montali and Bonilla, it also benefits from the road-tested rapport of the quintet, which also includes longtime bassist/vocalist Dillon DeVito and more recent additions Andrew Zehnal (drums) and Adam Bock (piano and vocals). 3 Shots was recorded in an adrenaline-charged flurry of activity at producer Don Dilego's Velvet Elk home studio in the Pocono mountains, and mixed by noted studio vet John Agnello at Brooklyn's Fluxivity Recording. The same tactic has frequently been used by longtime role model Bob Dylan, whose 1962 song "The Ballad of Hollis Brown" is the inspiration for the band’s name.

Hollis Brown's progress reflects the honest, unpretentious work ethic that's fueled the band from the get-go. "It's a really good time for this band," Montali states. “…I think that we're becoming the band that we're meant to be.”

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