Coal Cave Hollow Boys Announce New Album, Documentary

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For the past two years, The Coal Cave Hollow Boys have been cultivating a name for themselves within the thriving Appalachian bluegrass community with almost relentless playing (they are slated to perform about 200 shows this year, alone,) and crafting original tunes that touch on genuine, and sometimes gritty, aspects of life throughout the region. Made up of a core of Thomas Adams and Lincoln Mash, the hardworking group will soon release their studio album debut at a show at Eclipse Company Store (where the group has a residency and performs each Sunday, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.,) on Saturday, August 24 at 7 p.m.

WOUB spoke to Mash and Adams a few weeks before the release of their self-titled album, the release of which they are funding through a Kickstarter campaign, which you can access right here. As of the date of this post, the campaign has 17 days left to reach it’s $5,000 goal. The record was recorded over the course of two days in June 2019 at Amish Electric Chair Studios in Athens with producer/engineer Neil Tuuri.

Listen to the interview, embedded above, which features a bit of one of the songs from the new album, “Ohio Bound.”