March 31, 2009

Interview: The Hollyfelds

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A few weeks ago, I helped dragged a table out into a bar parking lot on a lovely Sunday afternoon and interviewed last summer’s winners of Denver’s best alt-country band title, The Hollyfelds. They have a new EP coming out Friday, and they played at our Hillbilly Prom last weekend (oh wait, that was the Lurleens).

Feel free to jet on over to Gigbot.com and see what we had to talk about.



[photograph by my favorite Todd Roeth]

3 Comments »

  • The Hollyfelds are great live, and their album is very well done. I have seen them several times, and they always put on a good show. Their lyrics, in particular, are smart and a pleasure to listen too. I am hoping that their EP includes their Neko Case cover which they perform live.

    Miles — March 31, 2009 @ 12:24 pm

  • Anyone know if these guys are named after a character from Real Genius? If so, I’m a fan…even if I’ve yet to hear their music. If you’re asking, “What’s Real Genius?” My response is, “Rent it, buy it, steal it…in short, watch it.”

    B Gray — April 2, 2009 @ 12:36 am

  • yes indeed B Gray! Lazlo Hollyfeld. Good catch.

    browneheather — April 2, 2009 @ 9:24 am

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