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A Thousand Horses is a southern rock and country band made up of Michael Hobby (lead vocals), Zach Brown (Guitar and Vocal), Bill Satcher (Lead Guitar), and Graham Deloach (Bass and Vocal). Whitney Coleman, Kristen Rogers and Brianne Angarole are the backup singers. This nine-piece band is yet to release a full album but their debut single broke all records by being the first ever debut country music single to chart in the top 40 of the country music charts.
A Thousand Horses released two EPs that received rave reviews from the critics and brought them to the attention of Nashville Records. A number of singles from these EPs became popular and the band became one of the favorite live performers in their local Nashville. They've joined a number of popular acts on tour and even got to take part in a musical cruise organized by the legends Lynyrd Skynard. It's the band's music that sets them apart from the run of the mill country artists.
While they can be widely included in the country music genre, A Thousand Horses is actually a mixture of a number of musical styles. Some of their songs are heavily southern rock inspired while others give the feel of a blues number. They have also gone to roots and bluegrass genres for inspiration and the resulting music is what can only be called their own invention. In addition to a new take on musical genres, the lead vocals by Hobby stand out above everything else. He sounds like a true rocker but the compositions he sings are far from rock. This makes the band's music that much more interesting.
Another interesting aspect of the band's music is the three featured backup vocalists. This all-female lineup of backup singers adds a layer to the vocal tracks that just makes it richer. The addition of these layers of vocals gives an almost gospel like feel to the music which creates a sound that no other band has managed to produce. A Thousand Horses' lyrics are much different from the normal redneck topics found in country music. They are much deeper in meaning and are sung with a seriousness that is lacking from country music otherwise.
A Thousand Horses has found a lot of popularity performing at music festivals in Texas. It was in 2013 that they performed at the Austin City Limits Festival and took the crowd aback with their new style of music. Songs from their debut EP in 2010 were even used for the 2011 remake of 80's classic film Footloose. Ever since then, the band has been noted and mentioned by popular publications such as Rolling Stones Country and USA Today. Rolling Stones Country even went as far to say they were the “Next big thing in country music”.
With the success of their debut single Smoke, the band is now all geared up for the release of their debut album titled 'Southernality'. The album features a mix of music styles from slow ballads to fast-paced country n roll ditties. Set for release in June 2015, it is produced by the popular country music producer David Cobb and features guest appearances from popular country musicians.
To support the release of their debut album, A Thousand Horses will be touring the country and will be making appearances at a number of music festivals this year. With the band's rising popularity, fans are already pre-ordering their album and tickets are selling out fast whenever a new concert is announced. Known for being better on the stage than in the studio, the band is sure going to entertain a large number of music lovers this year. If you want to be at one of these energy-filled performances, you have to make sure you get your AThousand Horses tickets well in advance.