Coal Cave Hollow Boys Come to Town!

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Coal Cave Hollow


As one of Ohio’s fastest rising bluegrass bands The Coal Cave Hollow Boys bring their high energy onslaught of flat picking guitar, mandolin chopping, banjo frenzied, bass filled Bluegrass to every show. Fresh off of sets from the Duck Creek Log Jam, Nelsonville Music Fest. and many other regional festivals assuring their place as a regional artist. The Coal Cave Hollow Boys are excited to bring their sound to you! Keep an eye out for Tour dates, festival dates and regional shows.

The Coal Cave Hollow Boys feature some of Ohio’s premier acoustic talent. The band plays Bluegrass with their own unique twist on the genre. We are currently booking for Winter, Spring and Summer.

The Coal Cave Hollow Boys attribute their unique sound to the differing backgrounds of each member. Thomas Adams has played mandolin and guitar professionally for 10 years in several bands with genres including metal, classic rock, country and more. Lincoln  Mash is the lead vocalist and has guitar skills far beyond his years. Peter Mendenhall has played Upright and Electric Bass in many of Ohio’s premier alternative and bluegrass bands including Hocking River String Band, and Yellow Paper Planes. He is now bringing the low end to The Coal Cave Hollow Boys

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