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Creech Holler formed in 2004 in Murfreesboro, Tennessee with Jeff Zentner on vocals, guitar, and banjo; Christian Brooks on drums; and Joey Campbell on bass.

In 2006, Creech Holler released their first album, “With Signs Following.” In 2008, Creech Holler released its second album, “The Shovel and the Gun.” Both albums were recorded live. Based on these recordings and the strength of their live performances, Creech Holler quickly acquired a small, but vibrant following with its furious and passionate take on the music of the American South.

After a period of extensive touring throughout primarily the South, Creech Holler now plays only on occasion. Like the music that has influenced it, its members live spread out from the Mississippi Delta to the Southern Appalachian mountains.

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