With their latest album, 'The Cracks,' already making a strong impression on the charts (debuting at #23 on the Heatseekers Chart in Billboard Magazine), 3 Years Hollow will continue spreading the word this summer, as it has been confirmed that the band will be a part of this year's Uproar Festival from August 15-26 – for a total of nine shows (six announced, three forthcoming).
"Being a part of the Rockstar Energy Uproar Festival is a dream come true for us," says 3YH singer Jose Urquiza. "We're thankful for the opportunity to take our show on the road to big crowds that LOVE rock music. We owe this to our fans most of all and I know many of them are just as excited as we are for this. We're ready and we hope you are too!"
And it turns out the band – which also includes Tony Reeves (guitar), Neil Kuhlman (guitar), Dex Digga (bass), and Chris Cushman (drums) – is no stranger to the Uproar Festival, as they won a 2012 competition that resulted in 3YH playing on the tour's Chicago date that year. In addition to supporting 'The Cracks' with this string of summer shows, the quintet will be promoting their newest single, "For Life,"
Merging intensity with melody, 3 Years Hollow continue to gain momentum, thanks to such tracks as "Remember" (which hit #1 on Sirius XM's Octane) and "Chemical Ride" (whose video has attracted nearly 450,000 YouTube views).
And soon, the band will be a part of one of the summer's top rock concert attractions.
Confirmed Uproar Festival Dates With 3 Years Hollow [more to be announced]:
Friday 8/15                Clarkston, MI               DTE Energy Music Theatre
Saturday 8/16              Peru, IL                     Illinois Valley Regional Airport
Sunday 8/17                Cincinnati, OH                PNC Pavilion at Riverbend
Friday 8/22                Syracuse, NY                New York State Fairgrounds
Sunday 8/24                Noblesville, IN              Klipsch Music Center
Tuesday 8/26              Camden, NJ                    Susquehanna Bank Center

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