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Published: 2012/12/19

John Bell and Daniel Hutchens to Appear on New Sam Holt Band Album

Widespread Panic’s John Bell and Bloodkin’s Daniel Hutchens are among the guests who appear on Southern Angels, the debut album from Sam Holt Band. In addition to a set of originals, the seven-song album features Stoney La Rue/Brandon Jenkins’
“Down In Flames,” The Marshall Tucker Band’s arrangement of Toy Caldwell’s “Cattle Drive” and the Holt/Hutchens collaborations “Fix It Up Man.” Holt was the longtime guitar tech. for Widespread Panic’s Michael Houser, and he played lead guitar in the band himself before Jimmy Herring officially joined Panic.

Sam Holt Band will host a CD release party at Denver’s Cervantes’ Other Side on December 22. Meanwhile, Holt and
Sam Holt Band’s Adam Stern will continue their regular Wednesday night acoustic gig at Boulder, CO’s Moe’s BBQ as part of the venue/restaurant’s Widespread Wednesdays.

Southern Angels

1. Down In Flames
2. Southern Angels
3. Jesco
4. Fix It Up Man
5. No Surrender
6. Moral Decline
7. Cattle Drive

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cocheese December 20, 2012, 14:06:55

Bring your Southern Angels to the South. Colorado can be so greedy with great acts.

comonstercheese December 21, 2012, 23:08:31

We love the Sam Holt band in Colorado, and we are very lucky to hear Sam on a regular basis. Doesn’t his guitar sound so much better without the humdity? Wish I could make it this weekend, so sorry I can’t.

HOLT TEAM December 22, 2012, 11:28:34

HOLT BAND Sounds great in the MILE HIGH. We sure are satisfied up here! Don’t worry south, we will let ya here them in march .

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