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CRANFORD HOLLOW SUMMER 2017 COLORADO TOUR


Rocky Mountain Artists is very pleased to announce the summer 2017 Colorado tour for
CRANFORD HOLLOW (Hilton Head Island, SC)


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CRANFORD HOLLOW returns to Colorado yet again this summer supporting their outstanding new Swampfire Records release “Color/Sound/Renew/Revive.” The band has toured Colorado regularly since late 2013 and this tour is highlighted by return appearances to the Belly Up in Aspen and Fly Me To The Moon in Telluride.

You can check out CRANFORD HOLLOW at the following dates:

7/19 (Wed) – Belly Up – Aspen, CO
7/20 (Thu) – Schmiggity’s – Steamboat Springs, CO
7/21 (Fri) – The Eldo – Crested Butte, CO
7/22 (Sat day) – The Madeline Hotel – Telluride, CO
7/22 (Sat night) – The Moon @ O’Bannon’s – Telluride, CO
7/26 (Wed) – Cactus Jack’s – Evergreen, CO
7/27 (Thu) – Slow Groovin’ BBQ – Snowmass, CO
7/28 (Fri) – Snake River Saloon – Keystone, CO
7/29 (Sat) – Snake River Saloon – Keystone, CO
7/30 (Sun) – Your Mom’s House – Denver, CO
7/31 (Mon) – Taos Mesa Brewing – Taos, NM
8/2 (Wed) – Red Brick Bar, Norman, OK
8/5 (Sat) – Smoke and Barrel – Fayetteville, AR

http://www.cranfordhollowmusic.com/

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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.

The Hilton Head Island quintet, comprised of vocalist and guitarist John Cranford, bass man Phillip Sirmans, drummer Randy Rockalotta, fiddler and vocalist Eric Reid and newest member guitarist Yannie Renencke, have won over thousands of loyal fans with what they call Lowcountry Stomp, a sound that is at once eclectic but uniquely their own. Elements of Blues, Old-Time Country, and Southern Psychedelic Rock come together with ancient mountain melodies in an energetic, engaging musical root bag sprinkled with some Sea Island hoodoo. Since 2011 Cranford Hollow has been playing upwards of 200 shows a year, steadily expanding from the South Carolina Lowcountry to places far afield including multiple western tours. The band’s most recent Swampfire records release “Color/Sound/Renew/Revive” has the band poised to break nationally in 2017 as they tour to support.

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0 Cranford Hollow “Color/Sound/Renew/Revive” review – No Depression

Cranford Hollow – Color/Sound/Renew/Revive
by jchillen75
May 17, 2017

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Cranford Hollow is one of those bands who are uniquely American in every way. The band originally began life in 2011 as a tradition-minded quartet who revamped classic country and bluegrass sounds into a vibrant modern context, but the band gradually shifted direction over the course of five albums and innumerable live appearances into something much more uniquely their own. Perhaps it was the addition of lead guitarist Yannie Revnecke that propelled them from more retro minded fare towards a broad-based sound that never forsakes the band’s roots. It is, however, unlikely that alone. Instead, Cranford Hollow’s metamorphosis from their aforementioned beginnings into what they are on the latest album Color/Sound/Renew/Revive is the probable result of a band simply developing over time, exploring new textures, and challenging themselves with distinctly different fare than they have on preceding works. The eight songs on Color/Sound/Renew/Revive work because they are well-written, but even well written songs fall flat thanks to the lack of commitment from the performers involved. There’s no lack of commitment here. Cranford Hollow means it.

The languid tempo of “Songfield” should never be mistaken for a lack of urgency. There’s a subtle undercurrent of various emotions lending this song impetus – much of the electric guitar work and underlying acoustic guitar playing seems tense, crackling with unnamed longing. The band’s chief vocalist and songwriter, John Cranford, delivers an engaging performance full of grit and guile. It’s also infused with a sharp poetic edge thanks to his talents as a wordsmith – moreover, it’s a disciplined talent and there’s not a single extraneous word used to make the song’s point. “Long Shadows” doesn’t ramp up the tempo in a noticeable way, but Cranford Hollow show off their penchant for weaving a variety of tempos together into a coherent whole. Eric Reid’s fiddle playing is one of the driving forces behind this track and the band keys much of their focus based on what he’s doing. The guitar work in this song might be mistaken for ornamental, but it’s much more than that. Cranford Hollow isn’t the sort of band who layer tracks with unnecessary parts and the six string songs added here fuel the song with surfeit of color.

“Bury It Down” foregoes the band’s electric edge, for the most part, in favor an acoustic approach thankfully maintaining the same musical intensity. There’s some steel guitar creeping into the track during its second half and fills the arrangement with just the ghostly echoes required by a song so titled. The band’s vocal harmonies are another key component of their success. “And Your, Brutis” opens with some surprising, nearly prog rock, keyboard and synth explorations before settling into a highly individualistic groove. Lead guitarist Yannie Revnecke stands out here with his unique balancing act between guitar heroics and artful restraint. Some of the band’s wont for risk taking comes out on the album’s penultimate cut “Dark Turns” and the rare hybridization of traditional music with a very modern point of view emerges more strongly from this instrumental than any other on the album thus far. Color/Sound/Renew/Revive represents a quantum leap forward for the band’s songwriting and presentation, but it is also a mightily entertaining work and deeply rewarding.

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CRANFORD HOLLOW SPRING 2017 COLORADO TOUR


Rocky Mountain Artists is very pleased to announce an early spring Colorado tour for
CRANFORD HOLLOW (Hilton Head Island, SC)


Cranford Hollow spring 2017 logo press

CRANFORD HOLLOW returns to Colorado for a late ski season tour in late March and early April supporting their outstanding new Swampfire Records release “Color/Sound/Renew/Revive.” The band has toured Colorado regularly since late 2013 and this tour is highlighted by the bands first appearance at the Belly Up in Aspen as well as a return to Fly Me To The Moon in Telluride on the resort closing Sunday.

You can check out CRANFORD HOLLOW at the following dates:

3/23 (Thu) – Blue Canoe – Tupelo, MS
3/24 (Fri) – Hi Tone – Memphis, TN
3/25 (Sat) – Smoke and Barrel – Fayetteville, AR
3/29 (Wed) – Cactus Jack’s – Evergreen, CO
3/30 (Thu) – Schmiggity’s – Steamboat Springs, CO
3/31 (Fri) – Snake River Saloon – Keystone, CO
4/1 (Sat) – Snake River Saloon – Keystone, CO
4/2 (Sun) – The Moon @ O’Bannon’s – Telluride, CO
4/3 (Mon) – Belly Up – Aspen, CO
4/5 (Wed) – Globe Hall – Denver, CO*
4/6 (Thu) – Historic Brown Hotel – Breckenridge, CO
4/7 (Fri) – Black Nugget – Carbondale, CO
4/8 (Sat) – Bohemian Biergarten – Boulder, CO

* = with Augustus

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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.

The Hilton Head Island quintet, comprised of vocalist and guitarist John Cranford, bass man Phillip Sirmans, drummer Randy Rockalotta, fiddler and vocalist Eric Reid and newest member guitarist Yannie Renencke, have won over thousands of loyal fans with what they call Lowcountry Stomp, a sound that is at once eclectic but uniquely their own. Elements of Blues, Old-Time Country, and Southern Psychedelic Rock come together with ancient mountain melodies in an energetic, engaging musical root bag sprinkled with some Sea Island hoodoo. Since 2011 Cranford Hollow has been playing upwards of 200 shows a year, steadily expanding from the South Carolina Lowcountry to places far afield including multiple western tours. The band’s most recent Swampfire records release “Color/Sound/Renew/Revive” has the band poised to break nationally in 2017 as they tour to support.

0 Cranford Hollow “Color/Sound/Renew/Revive” review – Columbia SC Free Press

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Columbia, SC Free Press review – 2/1/2017

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Over its four previous studio albums, the Hilton Head quintet Cranford Hollow refined an all-smiles blend of country twang and acoustic-electric Southern rock, accented by singer/guitarist John Cranford’s gravelly vocals and the mournful fiddle of Jeff Reid. Sounding like some kind of Uncle Tupelo/Drive-By Truckers combo, the band seemed content to continue mining that roots-rock niche. At least until now.

Color/Sound/Renew/Revive is a telling title for an album that sounds like nothing these guys have done. The raw, loose rock ‘n’ roll feel is gone, replaced by infinitely more polished, atmospheric production and more keyboards than the outfit has ever used. On the opening “Songfield,” the rhythm section fashions a tight, slow-rolling pocket, and Reid’s fiddle seems to echo endlessly into the distance. Cranford’s vocals are less ragged, and his delivery is more melodic and focused. The songs in general are longer and more complex, with several moving past six minutes and into jam-band territory.

Rather than simply demoing the songs before heading into the studio as the act normally does, John Cranford made detailed pre-recordings of the songs with a couple of band members, with many of the instrumental arrangements already firmly in place, lending new precision to the group’s work.

It’s certainly a different direction, and it’s not hard to imagine this new keyboards-and-jams version of Cranford Hollow taking aback longtime fans. But the execution is so well-done, and the production (by Cranford and Preston Havill) and mixing (by Howard Willing) are so rich and detailed that it’s hard not to be seduced.

It might not translate so easily live — indeed, Cranford has had to switch almost entirely from guitar to keyboards onstage, and the band has added another guitarist, Yannie Reynecke — but the recorded results are tuneful, expertly played and polished without zapping the group’s energy. — Vincent Harris

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CRANFORD HOLLOW RELEASES “COLOR/SOUND/RENEW/REVIVE”

Psychedelic low country rock act CRANFORD HOLLOW will be releasing their fifth studio album “COLOR/SOUND/RENEW/REVIVE” on November 18, 2016 with a celebratory album release show on their home turf of Hilton Head, SC.

One of the hardest working bands in the southeast, Cranford Hollow has continued upward momentum nationally and will be touring heavily in 2017 to support their strongest release to date.

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CRANFORD HOLLOW SUMMER TOUR 2016


Rocky Mountain Artists is very pleased to announce the summer 2016 tour for
CRANFORD HOLLOW out of Hilton Head, SC


Cranford Hollow has been one Rocky Mountain Artist flagship roster bands since early 2014 and will be releasing their fifth studio album “Color/Sound/Renew/Revive” in early September.

You can check out Cranford Hollow all over the United States at the following dates:

7/9 (Sat) – Martin’s Downtown – Roanoke, VA
7/11 (Mon) – Barley’s – Knoxville, TN
7/12 (Tue) – Bear’s Den Pizza – Conway, AR
7/13 (Wed) – Waxy O’Shea’s – Branson, MO
7/14 (Thu) – Waxy O’Shea’s – Branson, MO
7/15 (Fri early) – Winter Park Resort – Winter Park, CO
7/15 (Fri late) – Ullr’s Tavern – Winter Park, CO
7/16 (Sat) – Ajax Tavern – Aspen, CO
7/17 (Sun) – Ajax Tavern – Aspen, CO
7/18 (Mon) – Turk’s – Snowmass, CO
7/19 (Tue) – Turk’s – Snowmass, CO
7/20 (Wed) – Hodi’s Half Note – Fort Collins, CO
7/21 (Thu) – Schmiggity’s – Steamboat Springs, CO
7/22 (Fri) – Snake River Saloon – Dillon, CO
7/23 (Sat) – Snake River Saloon – Dillon, CO
7/24 (Sun) – Cactus Jack’s – Evergreen, CO
7/27 (Wed) – Cervantes Other Side – Denver, CO
7/28 (Thu) – Vail Brewing – Vail, CO
7/31 (Sun) – Duffy’s – Lincoln, NE
8/3 (Wed) – Gabe’s – Iowa City, IA
8/4 (Thu) – The House Pub – St. Charles, IL
8/5 (Fri) – The Mouse Trap – Eau Claire, WI
8/6 (Tue) – The Mouse Trap – Eau Claire, WI
8/9 (Tue) – The Red Herring – Duluth, MN
8/12 (Fri) – The Gatehouse – Mackinac Island, MI
8/13 (Sat) – The Gatehouse – Mackinac Island, MI
8/17 (Wed) – Beachland Ballroom – Cleveland, OH
8/18 (Thu) – Park Tavern – Columbus, OH
8/19 (Fri) – Crazy Bull – Macon, GA
8/22 (Mon) – Georgia Theatre rooftop – Athens, GA

http://www.cranfordhollowmusic.com/


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.

The Hilton Head Island quintet, comprised of vocalist and guitarist John Cranford, bass man Phillip Sirmans, drummer Randy Rockalotta, fiddler and vocalist Eric Reid, and guitarist Yannie Reynecke have won over thousands of loyal fans with what they call Lowcountry Stomp, a sound that is at once eclectic but uniquely their own. Elements of Blues, Old-Time Country, and Southern Psychedelic Rock come together with ancient mountain melodies in an energetic, engaging musical root bag sprinkled with some Sea Island hoodoo. Since 2011 Cranford Hollow has been playing upwards of 200 shows a year, steadily expanding from the South Carolina Lowcountry to places as far afield as Eau Claire, WI, Livingston, MT and Taos, NM and has played well over 100 shows in Colorado alone.

“St. Telluride”, Cranford Hollow’s fourth studio album, was released on August 18, 2015 and the band is preparing its forthcoming album “Color/Sound/Renew/Revive” for late summer release.

““Cranford Hollow is the epitome of the working band… a blaze of scratchy vocals and fiddle-drenched melodies.”. – Josh Peacock, DO Savannah

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CRANFORD HOLLOW WINTER 2016 COLORADO TOUR


Rocky Mountain Artists is very pleased to announce a winter 2016 tour for
CRANFORD HOLLOW out of Hilton Head, SC


You can check out the band at the following dates:

3/07 (Mon) – Barley’s – Knoxville, TN
3/08 (Sat) – Blue Canoe – Tupelo, MS
3/11 (Fri) – Vail Brewing – Vail, CO
3/12 (Sat) – Winter Park Resort – Winter Park, CO
3/12 (Sat) – Old Town Pub – Steamboat Springs, CO
3/14 (Mon) – Turks – Snowmass, CO
3/15 (Tue) – Turks – Snowmass, CO
3/16 (Wed) – Cactus Jack’s – Evergreen, CO
3/17 (Thu) – Star Bar – Denver, CO
3/18 (Fri) – Snake River Saloon – Dillon, CO
3/19 (Sat) – Snake River Saloon – Dillon, CO
3/25 (Fri) – Taos Mesa Brewing – Taos, NM
3/26 (Sat) – The Eldo – Crested Butte, CO
4/1 (Fri) – Fly Me To The Moon – Telluride, CO
4/3 (Sun) – Mountain Village – Telluride, CO* (supporting London Souls)

 

http://www.cranfordhollowmusic.com/

 
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.

The Hilton Head Island quartet, comprised of vocalist and guitarist John Cranford, bass man Phillip Sirmans, drummer Randy Rockalotta, and fiddler and vocalist Eric Reid, have won over thousands of loyal fans with what they call Lowcountry Stomp, a sound that is at once eclectic but uniquely their own. Elements of Blues, Old-Time Country, and Southern Psychedelic Rock come together with ancient mountain melodies in an energetic, engaging musical root bag sprinkled with some Sea Island hoodoo. Since 2011 Cranford Hollow has been playing upwards of 200 shows a year, steadily expanding from the South Carolina Lowcountry to places as far afield as Eau Claire, Wisconsin, Livingston, Montana and Taos, New Mexico.

St. Telluride, Cranford Hollow’s fourth studio album, was released on August 18, 2015 and features ten new original tracks. The album was recorded over the first five months of 2015 on the Hastings Mesa just outside of Telluride, Colorado, and at Retrophonics Studios in St. Augustine Florida. St. Telluride was engineered by John Cranford, Preston Havill, and veteran producer Jim Devito and includes two songs featuring Telluride songstress Ellowyn Kane. Cranford Hollow is touring the South and Midwest this autumn promoting St. Telluride.

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CRANFORD HOLLOW SUMMER 2015 TOUR


Rocky Mountain Artists is very pleased to announce an extensive summer tour for CRANFORD HOLLOW out of Hilton Head, SC. The tour is in support of their forthcoming release, “St. Telluride” that will be released nationally on August 11.

Cranford Hollow has toured Colorado extensively the past 2 years and this tour will return the band for several weeks of dates in the state including a return July 4 appearance at the Fly Me To The Moon Saloon in Telluride.  The tour also features several southeastern stops, a return to New Mexico and the bands first ever Montana shows as well as a showcase in John Cranford’s hometown of Eau Claire, WI.

You can check out the band in Colorado and nationally into early August at the following dates:

6/17 (Wed) – Martin’s Downtown – Roanoke, VA
6/18 (Thu) – Sugarlands Distilling – Gatlinburg, TN
6/19 (Fri) – Soulshine Pizza – Nashville, TN
6/20 (Sat) – Blue Canoe – Tupelo, MS
6/21 (Sun) – Hi Tone – Memphis, TN
6/23 (Tue) – Bear’s Den Pizza – Conway, AR
6/24 (Wed) – George’s Majestic – Fayetteville, AR (supporting Band of Heathens)
6/26 (Fri) – Pumphouse – Wichita, KS
7/1 (Wed) – Taos Mesa Brewing – Taos, NM
7/2 (Thu) – Marble Brewing – Albuquerque, NM
7/3 (Fri) – Balcony Bar – Durango, CO
7/4 (Sat) – Fly Me To The Moon – Telluride, CO
7/5 (Sun) – Madeline Hotel – Telluride, CO
7/6 (Mon) – Southern Sun – Boulder, CO
7/8 (Wed) – Schmiggity’s – Steamboat Springs, CO
7/9 (Thu) – Vail Brewing – Vail, CO
7/10 (Fri) – Little Nell – Aspen, CO (afternoon show)
7/10 (Fri) – Black Nugget – Carbondale, CO (night show)
7/11 (Sat) – Little Nell – Aspen, CO (afternoon show)
7/12 (Sun) – Little Nell – Aspen, CO (afternoon show)
7/16 (Thu) – Cervantes Other Side – Denver, CO
7/17 (Fri) – Snake River Saloon Keystone, CO
7/18 (Sat) – The Eldo – Crested Butte, CO
7/24 (Fri) – The Murray Bar – Livingston, MT
7/25 (Sat) – Wild West Saloon – West Yellowstone, MT
7/28 (Tue) – Mousetrap Bar – Eau Claire, WI
7/31 (Fri) – Bill Drake Amphitheater – Spartanburg, SC
8/1 (Sat) – The Family Dog – Atlanta, GA

http://cranfordhollowmusic.com/

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Cranford Hollow summer 2015 one sheet

Americana rock band Cranford Hollow has received widespread acclaim in their hometown of Hilton Head Island, South Carolina and has steadily been gaining a following in the Southeastern U.S. over the past four years.  While building this fan base in places like North Carolina, Georgia, and Tennessee, Cranford Hollow has also struck out to reach new markets in an unexpected area: Colorado.

After partnering with Denver-based booking agency Rocky Mountain Artists, Cranford Hollow launched their first national tour in December of 2013, promoting their self-titled album released two months previously.  Notable shows included the Black Nugget in Carbondale, Carl’s Tavern in Steamboat Springs, and Sancho’s in Denver.  A venue that really reverberated with the band, however, was the Telluride watering hole known as the Fly Me to the Moon Saloon.

Cranford Hollow returned to the West in the summer of 2014, selling out Fly Me to the Moon with a raucous Fourth of July concert.  The band also expanded into New Mexico, with shows at Taos Mesa Brewing and Albuquerque’s Marble Brewery.  Another western run this past winter saw another sold out Fly Me to the Moon concert, this time for New Years’ Eve, as well as a return to Carbondale’s Black Nugget and a rowdy get-together with Whitewater Ramble at Cervantes’ Other Side in Denver.

Cranford Hollow will be embarking on their fourth journey to the Mountain West this summer, playing their first of 22 shows in Roanoke, Virginia on June 17. Over the span of seven weeks and 7,000 miles, the band will make their way through Tennessee, Mississippi, Arkansas, and Kansas before returning to Taos Mesa Brewing July 1 and Marble Brewery in Albuquerque July 2.  Cranford Hollow will be making their fourth appearance at Telluride’s Fly Me to the Moon Saloon with their second consecutive Fourth of July concert.  The band will tour the west for the remainder of July, heading up to West Yellowstone, Montana for a show at the Wild West Saloon July 25.

The band will be promoting their fourth studio album St. Telluride, which was partially produced just outside of Telluride, Colorado, as well as in St. Augustine, Florida. The ten-track album will be released on August 11, 2015 on the band’s record label Swampfire Records.  Check out Cranford Hollow’s full tour schedule and preorder St. Telluride today at https://cranfordhollow.bandcamp.com.

 

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CRANFORD HOLLOW ANNOUNCES RELEASE OF “ST. TELLURIDE”

Americana rock band CRANFORD HOLLOW has received widespread acclaim in their hometown of Hilton Head Island, South Carolina and has steadily been gaining a following in the Southeastern U.S. over the past four years. While building this fan base in places like North Carolina, Georgia, and Tennessee, Cranford Hollow has also struck out to reach new markets in an unexpected area: Colorado.

After partnering with Denver-based booking agency Rocky Mountain Artists, Cranford Hollow launched their first national tour in December of 2013, promoting their self-titled album released two months previously. Notable shows included the Black Nugget in Carbondale, Carl’s Tavern in Steamboat Springs, and Sancho’s in Denver. A venue that really reverberated with the band, however, was the Telluride watering hole known as the Fly Me to the Moon Saloon.

Cranford Hollow returned to the West in the summer of 2014, selling out Fly Me to the Moon with a raucous Fourth of July concert. The band also expanded into New Mexico, with shows at Taos Mesa Brewing and Albuquerque’s Marble Brewery. Another western run this past winter saw another sold out Fly Me to the Moon concert, this time for New Years’ Eve, as well as a return to Carbondale’s Black Nugget and a rowdy get-together with Whitewater Ramble at Cervantes’ Other Side in Denver.

Cranford Hollow will be embarking on their fourth journey to the Mountain West this summer, playing their first of 22 shows in Roanoke, Virginia on June 17. Over the span ofseven weeks and 7,000 miles, the band will make their way through Tennessee, Mississippi, Arkansas, and Kansas before returning to Taos Mesa Brewing July 1 and Marble Brewery in Albuquerque July 2. Cranford Hollow will be making their fourth appearance at Telluride’s FlyMe to the Moon Saloon with their second consecutive Fourth of July concert. The band will tour the west for the remainder of July, heading up to West Yellowstone, Montana for a show at the Wild West Saloon July 25.

The band will be promoting their fourth studio album St. Telluride, which was partially produced just outside of Telluride, Colorado, as well as in St. Augustine, Florida. The ten-track album will be released on August 11, 2015 on the band’s record label Swampfire Records. Check out Cranford Hollow’s full tour schedule and preorder St. Telluride today at https://cranfordhollow.bandcamp.com.

1 Cranford Hollow winter 2014-15 Colorado tour

CRANFORD HOLLOW out of Hilton Head, SC returns to Colorado to ring in 2015 with another extended run of shows.  This will be the band’s third tour of Colorado since early 2014 and they have made some great strides in building a loyal fanbase here. The tour will be highlighted by a New Years Eve show at the legendary Fly Me To The Moon Saloon in Telluride. Following the release of their latest album “Spanish Moss & Smoke” in October, the year 2015 is set up to be a big one for Cranford Hollow. Check them out in Colorado at the following dates:

CRANFORD HOLLOW WINTER TOUR 2014-15:

12.26 (Fri) Preservation Pub – Knoxville, TN
12.29 (Mon) Ajax Tavern – Aspen, CO
12.30 (Tue) Barkley Ballroom – Frisco, CO
12.31 (Wed) Fly Me To The Moon Saloon – Telluride, CO
01.01 (Thu) Balcony Bar – Durango, CO
01.02 (Fri) Black Nugget – Carbondale, CO
01.03 (Sat) The Eldo – Crested Butte, CO
01.08 (Thu) Cervantes Other Side – Denver, CO
01.09 (Fri) Little Bear Saloon – Evergreen, CO
01.11 (Sun) Ullr’s Tavern – Winter Park, CO
01.14 (Wed) The Loft – Columbus, GA

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