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(RIGHT NOW), three and a half years before the end of the world, rushing in atop a giant (EXPLICIT ADJECTIVE) tornado, the (PREACHERVAN) have arrived, with an album of new songs about (NOUN) and (NOUN). The band is composed of two (WORD FOR REDNECK RELATIVES), reputed to have been conceived in a hailstorm during the largest trailer fire of the century, and two other (DEROGATORY TERM FOR WHITE PEOPLE), both former Jesus impersonators with the Father Hanna Traveling Holy Land Extravaganza—with such divine origins, it is no surprise that the band spends little time, as we say, ‘Finding Their Sound’—they simply create it.
Behind the (MUSIC INDUSTRY WORD FOR MUSIC) is a (POSITIVE ADJECTIVE) force that tosses grooves around like ocean waves and blends genres fluidly, with a keen respect both for the music of the (NOSTALGIA-EVOKING MUSICAL DECADE)--the depth of the blues, the energy and abandon of rock--and for the awful pop music of our horrible modern times. This is all new, man, with songs that capture the transience of our age while hugging the mind and body solidly in a moment of present abandon. However, as we all know by now, we don’t have much time left. What is here today will not be tomorrow. Please, for your own sake, enjoy (INSERT BAND NAME HERE) before the world ends. SEE INVOICE ATTACHED $ 0.99 FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES RENDERED CATEGORY BAND BIOGRAPHY
Vocals, Guitar / Brooks Mason
Bass, Vocals / Lane Kelly
Guitar / Gavin Deleshaw
Drums / Colin Dean
In 2012, Izzard was a college dropout living in Orlando, pursuing music full time. The release of the debut single “Hole in One” solidified him as an authentic indie-blues artist, earning a loyal underground following. He continued to study the roots of blues and soul music, reinventing his style and reemerging as N.W. Izzard.
In 2015, N.W. reconnected with hometown friend Tyler Watts, who was on the tail end of producing an adventure travel documentary, where Izzard was a featured artist on the soundtrack. Sharing a common vision, they began exchanging original songs and ideas while listening to their favorite blues records. In a few days time, songs like Howlin’ Out, Sun’s Gonna Shine and Down to Ride were born. Izzard introduced Watts to the art of busking, performing in the streets of North Central Florida before moving aboard Tyler’s 46’ sailboat and relocating to the Florida Keys. The duo spent the remainder of 2015 writing songs, playing the streets and refining their sound.
During that time, another childhood friend Nathan Ranew saw the N.W. Izzard duo performing at a music festival and convinced the boys to move to Jax Beach, where there was more opportunities for original music. In 2016, they “hit the ground running” earning residencies at Lynch’s Irish Pub and other local venues, playing memorable performances at the infamous Freebird Live and continuing to build their cult-like following. Upon the release of their debut album “No Sleep”, the band was evolving from a 2 piece into a power trio as Nate transitioned from manger to bass player, and from local stand outs to regional touring artists. The new addition brought forward a new sound and subsequently a new name, The Honey Hounds were born.
Following the 2017 release of their EP “Midnight Magic”, the Honey Hounds continue to reenergize western music, embodying the rock n roll lifestyle while embracing the roots of soul and funk. Balancing between righteousness and the mysticism that surrounds the blues culture, they’ve come to represent the resurgence of a genre and the voice of a generation.
Currently the boys are touring and playing festivals though out the U.S. and preparing to record their next album.
Nicholas Izzard – Guitar/Vocals
Tyler Watts – Drums
Nathan Ranew – Bass