Logged In As Admin: {{reverbUser.name}} ({{reverbUser.id_unique()}}), Acting As: {{reverbPageObject.data.name}} ({{reverbPageObject.id_unique}})

The Holler Time / Press

“The Denton-Gainesville outfit Holler Time uses enough men for a chain gang to make its ambling, devil-may-care country rock. Think of Holler Time as a Jimmy Buffett kind of country. The band deals in a mellow sound that is delivered with a wink and a crooked smile. It’s a crew that knows what it’s doing and what it’s about: a good time with a flourish of mannerly Southern pride. Sounds like: a dance hall house band that’s had a few but isn’t ready to call it a night.”

"If I had to give a name for the sounds coming out of Denton-based band The Holler Time, I’d call it Motley Country. The seven songs on their debut EP “Hard Times Against a Western Skyline” range from gritty alt-country tunes with the twangy steel sound of Texas and Nashville to Americana-rock jams. "