New Hollow : Rocking Teens Ready to Rock
Ohio-based teen rock star performed National Anthem at the Dallas Cowboys nationally televised Thanksgiving Day game on November 25, 2010 and at the same time they kicked off The Salvation Army’s National Red Kettle fundraising campaign.
The three-member, the self-taught musicians and vocalists include Mick Clouse (age 16 – lead vocals, guitar), Chad Blashford (age 14 – drums, back-up vocals) and Evan West (age 16 – lead vocals, keyboard, bass).
An unassigned group, released their first CD single “SiCK” – a self-penned story of unrequited teenage love – on November 1, 2010 and made Billboard history by topping the Billboard Physical CD Singles Sales Charts for two consecutive weeks with no radio play.
Selling an unprecedented 90,000 plus CD, teens marked their first television appearance. New Hollow is also scheduled to be a part of the first annual Rock the Red Kettle Concert in support of The Salvation Army on December 18 at the Americana in Los Angeles.
Teaming up to form New Hollow in September of 2009, the boys perform original music with a sound that has been described as fresh, retro, rock-pop. Playing both acoustic and electric tracks, New Hollow is scheduled to open for Train during Clear Channel’s WNCI 97.9 FM Jingle Ball. In fact, the Dallas Cowboys annual Thanksgiving Day game is an exciting platform with which to introduce new talent to a global audience.