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Ingram Hill

Tuesday, September 11, at the House of Blues.


After a brief but successful existence as an indie band, the Tennessee-based Ingram Hill signed with Disney's Hollywood Records and dropped June's Picture Show. The band has finally re-emerged with this year's Cold in California, which shows where the act is now, after learning the ropes while gigging alongside the likes of Lisa Marie Presley and Maroon 5.

Ingram Hill's music features strong, guitar-happy songs with simple, catchy lyrics. In the live setting, the band turns up the energy and keeps it that way. Guitarist and vocalist Justin Moore has a great rapport with the audience, and the rhythm section of drummer Matt Chambless and bassist Shea Sowell provides quality playing and a solid backbone for the group's vocal harmonies.

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