Born in the blazing heat of a deep south summer in 2009, Homeless Hill quickly established themselves as one of the most sought after original rock acts in Middle-Georgia, setting attendance records throughout the region in multiple venues. Rachel Helie – writer forThe 11th Hour (one of the Southeast’s premier entertainment magazines) – has branded them as the hardest working band in Mid-GA.
Watching a Homeless Hill show will have you convinced that you’re experiencing history in the making, as it’s merely a matter of time when this band is unleashed on a global scale. In fact, many in the industry are claiming that this prophecy may soon become reality. Mark “Tosh” Davies, host of The Rock Train on Siren FM 107.3 in the United Kingdom says that Homeless Hill could be the next Alterbridge or Shinedown. Classic Rock Magazine mentions the four-piece from Georgia have consistently pulled rave reviews from their live shows.
Homeless Hill released their first album Set it on Fire in 2010 which spawned three popular crowd favorites, including Set It On Fire, Pyschodelic and Ride. Their newest album Invincible (2012) continues to solidify their successful streak with They Don’t Know getting major radio airplay all over the world, including DRS in Switzerland and RTE in Ireland. The band was just honored in March on their home turf of Macon, Georgia, being voted as Best Rock Band in Macon at The 2012 11th Hour Reader’s Choice Awards Show at The Cox Capitol Theatre.
Singer/songwriter/guitarist Darin Curtis, guitarist Jonathan “JFO” Foreman, bassist Adam Crump and Danny Savage on Drums, comprises the line-up of Homeless Hill. Original, modern, radio-rock, in the tradition of Alterbridge, Shinedown and Foo Fighters, Homeless Hill is guitar-riff heaven with powerhouse vocals – snagging you with memorable hooks that you won’t get out of your head.
Homeless Hill continues to perform and win over new fans all over the Southeastern U.S. and are working on new songs for their upcoming EP. As Chris Horne of the Macon Telegraph writes, relying on their powerful hooks, and vocal harmonies, if you catch one of their live shows you may just become one of the Homeless Homies.
With their whole career ahead of them, watch for Homeless Hill soon in a town near you. In the immortal words of Homeless Homies everywhere, can we get a big Hill Yeah!?