Louisville’s Quiet Hollers bring critically-acclaimed alt-country to Savannah.
Initially created for a one-off show by songwriter Shadwick Wilde, the band released their first album in 2013. Wilde’s engaging, rootsy songwriting led the group to its self-titled sophomore album in 2015, snapping up fans with the strings-laced up-tempo ballad “Mont Blanc.”
The group performed at Savannah Stopover in 2016, one year before signing to the Louisville label SonaBLAST!. Through the indie label, they released a third album, Amen Breaks. With country, rock, and vintage touchstones, fans of Blitzen Trapper, Susto, and Dawes will find something to love in Quiet Hollers. They’ll bring those new songs to their Barrelhouse for an early show. Ember City rocks the joint late into the night.
Friday, June 15, 9 p.m., free, 21+