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Hollis Creek Revival is an American rock band from Alabama, formed in 2014. The band consists of Brandon Kelley (lead vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, piano, harmonica, 6 string banjo), Clint Singleton (bass guitar, electric guitar, acoustic guitar), and Jacob Patillo (electric guitar, acoustic guitar, banjo, mandolin). The band was assembled in November of 2014 by multi-instrumentalists Brandon Kelley and Brad Jerkins (Brad still plays most live shows and in the studio with the band) , soon joining with Clint Singleton and Jacob Patillo to round out the threesome. The band name originates from front man Brandon Kelley’s grandfather, Hollis Kelley. “I wanted to honor my grandfather when starting this project. In a way it was about recognizing my heritage and the legacy of my grandfather and my father,” Brandon explains. Hollis Creek Revival - Band The guys met through a mutual friend in 2006 at a church in Dothan, Alabama. They formed a friendship almost instantly. Shortly thereafter Brandon approached the guys to go on tour with him to support his solo album. Through rehearsals and touring the group solidified their chemistry and performance. “When we played shows it was all about the audience, connecting with them and being a part of something that is bigger than all of us,” Clint remembers. Jacob added, “The thing is with music you get to tell an ever changing story. We get to tell a different story every night on the road and share that with the people around us. That is what I love.” When it was time for Brandon to form this band he knew exactly who he wanted to join him. Brandon described it best by saying, “These guys are family, and I couldn’t imagine taking this journey with anyone else.” Hollis Creek Revival began working on their debut album, “In The River,” in February of 2015. They wanted to do something a little different with this record, a throw back of sorts to the vinyl days. “We really wanted to try something new with this r