By Vlad T, Rock At Night Detroit / Photography-Chyrisse Tabone-Rock At Night Tampa
Edison Hollow is a tightly wound and energetic four piece from Detroit that balances a hard-hitting guitar attack with emotionally charged vocals distinguished by clever, ironic lyrics.
The outgrowth of an earlier unit that featured three of its four current members, the group broke out with a well-received eponymous debut album in 2020 that garnered equally enthusiastic reception by live audiences.
Rock at Night spoke with the band regarding the inception of the band, releasing an album during COVID, performing at festivals, and their recent video release for their single “What’s So Funny?”
Edison Hollow are:
Tyler Chernoff — lead vocals, rhythm guitar
Jordon Stockdale — lead guitar, backing vocals
David Alan Vida — bass, backing vocals
Aaryn Lindow — drums
Rock At Night’s theme song is “Get On Down If You Feel Up To It” by Billy “Bass” Alford
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