Join us for a special show at Terminal West in Atlanta on December, 29th. This is a Panic aftershow and will begin late. Special guests are scheduled to appear. Click HERE for tickets. This poster design by renowned artist JT Lucchesi will be available at the show.
Sam Holt Band has just announced a weekend run of Remembering Mikey shows to honor the beloved music of Michael Houser. This year marks the 15h anniversary of Michael Houser’s passing.
This three-day tour will feature a line-up of Sam Holt fresh off Interstellar Boys tour on guitar, Adam Grace on keys, Jeremy Ward on drums, Ross Parker on bass, and a few very special guests along the way. These very special dates will be limited to three shows only… so get ready Carolina's.
Saturday, September 1 @ The Whiskey, Wilmington, NC Saturday, September 2 @ The Charleston Pour House, Charleston, SC Sunday, September 3 @ The Rabbit Hole in Charlotte, NC
Come celebrate the life, spirit and music of one of the greatest musicians to ever bless the stage. See you all there!
COLLABORATION OF VETERAN MUSICIANS BRING DECADES OF EXPERIENCE TO NEW BAND HITTING THE ROAD IN SUMMER 2017 March 28, 2017 INTERSTELLAR BOYS
FEATURING: Todd Nance – Drums, Vocals Daniel Hutchens - Vocals, Guitar Jerry Joseph - Vocals, Guitar Sam Holt - Guitar, Vocals John Neff – Pedal Steel Jon Mills - Bass
The Interstellar Boys are first and foremost borne from a collection of friendships. Musical friendships that date back as far as 30 years. Todd Nance, Daniel Hutchens, Jerry Joseph, Sam Holt, John Neff and Jon Mills have shared stages and songs over the years and now form a new band that draws on those decades of collaboration. Todd Nance brings undeniable experience and depth to the band as a founding member/drummer/songwriter of Widespread Panic. Daniel Hutchens has been a driving force with the band Bloodkin for 29 years (and counting) and he is widely recognized as one of the South’s great modern day songwriters. Jerry Joseph and his various bands have been recording and touring on a national/international scale since the 80’s. Jerry’s expertise as a musician/songwriter is as unquestionable as his passion for sharing the power of music. He has recently toured and taught music in such far flung places as Afghanistan, Ghana and is soon to perform in Iraq. Sam Holt brings a reverence and intensity to playing the guitar that energizes the faithful fans of this community in a way that is second to none. John Neff(formerly of Drive-By Truckers) is the secret weapon that adds depth and soul via the pedal steel. And Mr. Jon Mills (professor emeritus of bass in the Athens, GA music scene) is the glue that keeps the whole thing tastefully held together.
Fans and industry veterans alike will find this band a compelling draw for its maiden voyage this summer season as evidenced by comments from Raleigh, NC based talent buyer Chris Malarkey (Lincoln Theatre): “When I was first approached about the possibility of bringing this lineup to town I thought 'man, this is too good to be true'. The thought of some of the most talented musicians to ever to walk through the doors of my venues joining forces not just for a show, but for a new band, seemed farfetched at best. But, somehow, someway the stars aligned, schedules were cleared and plans were made. The Interstellar Boys are real. What I can only describe as a dream band is booked.”
This accomplished group of musicians and songwriters look to explore new terrain touring together this summer….and have their eyes on the horizon to create some new material, get into the studio and keep pushing boundaries as they have always done.