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Interstate EP Release Party w/ Reverend Hylton & the Devil’s Hands

Interstate EP Release Party w/ Reverend Hylton and the Devil's Hands concert
Red Light Café, Atlanta, GA

Tickets are $8 Adv – $10 Door

Eventbrite - Interstate EP Release Party w/ Reverend Hylton and the Devil’s Hands

Interstate celebrate the release of their new EP with special guests Reverend Hylton and the Devil’s Hands for an evening of Cosmic West Coast Country and Outlaw Americana.

Interstate perform original, West Coast / Cosmic American-influenced Country music with a few classics thrown in for good measure. With influences like Gram Parsons, Neil Young, Buck Owens and countless classic country artists, Interstate features male / female duets and classic instrumentation that includes pedal steel, violin, piano, electric and acoustic guitars, drums, and bass.

Interstate is:

  • Ramon Wals (vox, guitar)
  • Susannah Wallace (vox, fiddle)
  • Brian Kucinski (vox, piano)
  • Andy Kilinsky (Pedal Steel)
  • Gary Kurz (guitar)
  • Hutch Renaud (bass)
  • Robbie Nelson (drums)

Interstate on Facebook

After three and a half years of playing in the jam band 3DC, Reverend Hylton has gone back to his roots. Forming an Americana Outlaw band with band mates Matt Humphry on drums, Jared Slyman on bass and bringing in the electric slide styles of Kyle Prinzbach. Together they are Reverend Hylton and the Devil's Hands. A sound that showcases Rev. Hylton’s relatable songs of traveling, heartache, and addiction. A mix of rowdy country tunes and heartfelt ballads. So watch out 'cause you might just find yourself singing along or doing a little shit kickin' boot stompin’!

Reverend Hylton and the Devil’s Hands on Facebook