Holler Times country-rockers take it easy

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Holler Time may not be the most technical crew of musicians in town, but the seven-piece is still capable of making bar patrons want to scoot across a barn dance floor.

The Denton-Gainesville outfit Holler Time uses enough men for a chain gang to make its ambling, devil-may-care country rock.

The seven-member band joins Dim Locator and Old War Horse at Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studio on Saturday.

Kyle Delashaw talk-sings through the songs - sometimes falling short of the right note - while George Tinker and Andrew Mortazavi's pedal steel effects wobble and sway.

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.

Details: Cover is $5 for 21 and older, $7 for those younger than 21. Rubber Gloves is at 411 E. Sycamore St.

-Lucinda Breeding THEY'RE WITH THE BAND

Holler Time is:

• Kyle Delashaw - vocals and guitars 

• Chad Henderson - lead guitar

• Andrew Mortazavi - pedal steel, guitars, vocals

• Damian Sisca - keys

• George Tinker - pedal steel

• Wallace Campbell - bass 

• Tex Bosley - drums


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