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The Autumn Hollow Band – Boston’s Roots Rock Band

May 16, 2012

We’re really excited for our upcoming festival – HarpoonFest- and we hope you are too! We celebrate everything that is great about summer, live music, hanging out with friends and of course delicious Harpoon beer. We have 15 awesome local bands playing over two days, and we’ll be featuring a few of these bands here on our blog. Check out the music sampler that we’ve created for you, where you can enjoy some tunes from the original acts that will be performing! Enjoy! Love Beer. Love Music. Harpoon.

Since 2007, The Autumn Hollow Band has been showing Boston how to rock. The four member band, is currently recording their second album and we are really excited to be having them play HarpoonFest this weekend.

The roots driven band, also draws influences from folk, country and classic rock in order to create music that seems to have been written to be part of a summertime soundtrack.

Their first album, “Love Letters and Ransom Notes,” was released in 2010 and they describe it as a conversation with their fans, through music that merges the sounds of classic rock and harmonious vocals.

With Brendan Murphy as the lead vocalist, Todd Sampson on drums, Mike Burke on lead guitar and Scott Marucci on bass, The Autumn Hollow Band is definitely a force to be reckoned with.

“The Autumn Hollow Band is a band that sounds like The Band,” according to Daykamp music. “They have one foot in rock, one foot in folk and one in country. They are the three legged monster of Americana.”

They will be taking the stage on Saturday from 7:25 PM until 8:15 PM, so  make sure you get a great group of friends together, and a pint of UFO White,  and come out to listen to some great music.

We’ll see you there!

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