Local Indie Rockers the Whiskey Hollow to Play EP Release Party at the Grog Shop


  • Lexie Puru
A local indie rock band fronted by powerhouse singer Madeline Finn, the Whiskey Hollow takes inspiration from a number of sources. The band cites Shakey Graves, Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats, Jeff Buckley, the Black Keys and Alabama Shakes as influences.

On Friday, the band will play an EP release party at the Grog Shop to celebrate the release of Greenhouse.

The group has just released a music video for the anthemic single “Wristwatch Wishes.” Local videographer Thomas Sawyer shot the video.

"The new EP will be a major departure from the stripped down, Americana vibes of their first release, X Waters,” reads the press release announcing the show. “With a focus on the full band intensity seen in their more recent live performances. This show is going to be one for the books, and the last chance to catch them this year."

Local acts the Mason District, the Tom Katlees and Meg and the Magnetosphere will share the bill. The concert begins at 8:30 p.m., and tickets are $10 in advance or $12 the day of the show. 

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