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A 4 day long Cruise to The Bahamas With Hollywood Yates as the Headlining Artist to raise funds and awareness for Jared Allen's Homes for Wounded Wariors.
Hollywood's Birthday Bash at The Blooze Come out and Celebrate Hollywood's Birthday and Party all night at The Blooze!
Hollywood Yates is Back at The Road Runner! Come on out and here some new music, some classics, and some stories!
Hollywood will be doing an Acoustic show with David Blakely and Sergio Gutierrez on Valentine's Day
Hollywood will be Back to Rock the Stage at The Rancher during Gold Rush Days! Cock your hammer, Get a Grip, Cause we're about to turn this out Everybody Get LOUD!!
Sounds Like: Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard, Johnny Cash, jamey johnson, Randy Houser
Label: Ghost Note
Manager: Country Pride Entertainment
Bio: For 25 years Hollywood Yates has been one of the top Bullfighter/Rodeo Clown’s in the World. With 2 NFR appearances in the Wrangler Bullfights as a Bullfighter, and 1 NFR appearance in the Wrangler Bullfights as a Barrel Man, he is only 1 of 2 men to ever accomplish that.
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Nathaniel Scott II
“. The time has now come and Hollywood Yates (aka Wolf) has released his debut country album Like We Used To. The first surprise for some to witness is that Yates has an outstanding voice that combines a Southern rock flare with outlaw country influences like Cash, Jennings, Hag, etc…As you are introduced to his music you are met with album opener, “Up Yours,” a cocky, fun styled rocker that you’d probably expect from Yates. Songs like “Put Me In The Ground” and “Face The Music” fuse together shredding guitars with a modern outlaw flare allowing Yates voice to be well at home throughout. The album isn’t like everything else being played on mainstream country radio these days but that doesn’t make it a bad thing. The influences of yesteryear’s rock and country are very present throughout the album although there is a few modern twists and turns along the way. Yates delivers a solid debut”