The indie-folk band Dawson Hollow, hailing from the Missouri Ozark Mountains, performed at the University of Findlay on Friday, Feb. 7 as part of the free, public Music Bach’s Concert Series. Born and bred from six generations of musicians, this five-sibling band has deep roots in bluegrass and a career spanning over fifteen years. They have toured from one end of the country to the other, pushing the boundaries of their multi-genre acoustic shows.
Their music encompasses the nostalgia of folk while channeling the urgent and intoxicating energy of indie-rock. Their unique and invigorating music brings alive a contagious passion and, according to their website, “leaves listeners energized, refreshed and feeling like they’ve finally met someone who ‘gets’ them.
Dawson Hollow’s debut album “Boy Of My Youth” released in January of 2018, and their most recently released single, “Summer Snow,” showed up on over a thousand individual playlists within its first 30 days of release.
The Music Bach’s Concert Series is open to the community and is sponsored and hosted by Student Activities Board, “your source for diverse edutainment.” The spring 2020 Music Bach’s Concert schedule and additional programs open to the community are available online here. Questions may be answered by calling: 419-434-4606.