Sicard Hollow Releases New Album “Live at Brooklyn Bowl Nashville”
Sicard Hollow Releases “Live at Brooklyn Bowl Nashville”
The Sicard Hollow show that became their latest album, Live at Brooklyn Bowl Nashville opens with the announcement that The Infamous Stringdusters (for whom Sicard Hollow was opening) were running late. They had some vehicle trouble, and as a result, Sicard Hollow would be playing a bit longer.
We are huge fans of The Infamous Stringdusters, but after listening to Sicard Hollow’s Live at Brooklyn Bowl Nashville we can’t help but feel that this audience really won out in the end (assuming they still got the ‘dusting we all have come to expect from Infamous!).
Now, with the release of the band’s first live album, we all get to enjoy the high-energy performance that surely kept even The Infamous Stringdusters on their toes once they arrived!
Listen to Sicard Hollow “Live at Brooklyn Bowl Nashville”:
Sicard Hollow: Live at Brooklyn Bowl Nashville
Sicard Hollow released their debut album, ‘Secret of the Breeze,’ in March 2020–just a few weeks before the music world shut down. The next year was filled with plenty of uncertainty, but the band hit the road as soon as they were able. The next few months resulted in their first nationwide tour and some truly great memories. One of the highlights of the year was a supporting slot for the Infamous Stringdusters at the new Brooklyn Bowl Nashville, which they’re happy to offer as their first live album.
About Sicard Hollow:
Sicard Hollow is a four-piece progressive bluegrass band who formed with a mutual passion for pushing the boundaries of genre. Heavily influenced by the Grateful Dead and New Grass Revival, these young pickers bring new energy to a timeless style with a combination of fearless improvisation and instrumental prowess.
The band formed through mutual connections within the Nashville music scene who all wanted to play something different. They were all simultaneously discovering bluegrass while existing in their other scenes. Once they got together, the rest was history.
Having toured extensively around the country since 2018, this group of players continues to grow their sound with every performance. With the release of their debut studio album, ‘Secret of the Breeze’ (2020), a live album called ‘Live at Brooklyn Bowl Nashville’ (2021), and their upcoming sophomore studio effort, there is no slowing down for Sicard Hollow.
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