Cranford Hollow – Rocks Out Wednesday 2/21/2024 @ 9PM

$25.00

Join us for an unforgettable live music experience featuring Cranford Hollow – Rocks Out!

It’s a boot stomp on a dusty bar floor. It’s the clang of a whiskey bottle at last call. It’s grit. It’s the sounds of the South. It’s Cranford Hollow, a blended mix of Southern Rock, Appalachian Fiddle Music and American Rock and Roll.

🎵 Event Details 🎵
🎟️ Tickets: Online ticket $25
📅 Date: February 21, 2024
🕒 Time: 9PM
📍 Venue: Second floor directly above the Corner Perk coffee shop

Please note:

  • This event is 21+ only, and ID is required for entry.

Don’t miss out on this incredible night of music, friends, and memories! Get your tickets now and let’s make some beautiful music together.

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Hailed as “A truly American Band” by No Depression Magazine, Cranford Hollow has played over 2000 shows across 42 states. Sharing the bill and opening for national acts like Charlie Daniels, Blues Traveler, Guster and more. 

Cranford Hollow recorded their first album in the spring of 2012 at Retrophonics Studios in St. Augustine, Florida. The album, now known as The Crescent Beach Sessions, was engineered by Jim Devito and was released June 22, 2012. 

In the spring of 2013, drummer Randy Rockalotta retired from the band and was replaced by newcomer Julius DeAngelis. Cranford Hollow recorded their eponymous sophomore album over the course of 2013 with producer Greg Critchley, formerly of FM (Canadian band). The album was mixed by Howard Willing, who engineered for the Smashing Pumpkins and The Wallflowers, and was mastered by Robert Vosgien at Capitol Records. “Cranford Hollow” was released on October 25, 2013. 

In December 2013 the band embarked on its first national tour, playing markets such as Memphis, Tennessee, Denver, Colorado and Telluride, Colorado. The band began working on their third album, Spanish Moss and Smoke in the spring of 2014, returning to Retrophonics Studios with engineer Jim DeVito. The album was released on October 16, 2014. During the summer of 2014 the band again toured extensively throughout the Southeast and the West, reaching new markets such as Wichita, Kansas, Tupelo, Mississippi, and Taos, New Mexico. In September of that year, drummer Julius DeAngelis left the band and was replaced by Dallas Ackerman. 

After the release of Spanish Moss and Smoke, Cranford Hollow toured the Midwest, playing at the State Theater in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, singer/guitarist John Cranford’s hometown. The band returned south to open for Phillip Phillips at Savannah’s Rock and Roll Marathon in November, before heading west again in December. 

In 2015 Cranford Hollow began working on their fourth record, St. Telluride. The album was recorded at Studio in the Clouds on the Hastings Mesa, ten miles west of Telluride, and was engineered by Preston Havill. In April 2015 original drummer Randy Rockalotta returned to the band. Cranford Hollow spent the summer touring extensively, including in Wyoming and Montana. In August the band returned to The South Carolina Lowcountry and released their fourth full-length album, St. Telluride. 

Cranford Hollow returned to Studio in the Clouds and began recording their fifth album, COLOR/SOUND/RENEW/REVIVE which was released in August of 2016 and used the same personnel for mixing and mastering. 

The followup tour for their fifth album took them to over 42 states and over 250 shows until their hiatus in 2019.

After a five year break the band re embarked on another studio album recorded at Big Thunder Lodge in Zirconia, NC. 

They look forward to the release of their sixth studio album sometime in early 2024!

**NOTICE: THE ARTIST HAS FULL DISCRETION IN REGARDS TO START TIME, SET LENGTH, BREAK LENGTH, AND ENDING TIME. THE VENUE IS NOT HELD LIABLE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCES ARISING FROM ARTIST’S FINAL DISCRETION. THE POSTED START TIME IS A GUIDE ONLY.

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