Nick Perri Group Becomes MOUNT HOLLY (ex-Silvertide)

Wednesday, March 4, 2015
Nick Perri Group Becomes MOUNT HOLLY, RELEASES ‘IT AIN’T EASY’ SINGLE & MUSIC VIDEO - Silvertide Guitarist Confirms Plans for New Project
(LOS ANGELES) - Accompanying an official music video release for the group’s debut single, “It Ain’t Easy,” now available for download on iTunes and other music networks’ Nick Perri announced the new moniker of his blues-rock quartet this morning: Mount Holly.
Formerly titled The Nick Perri Group, the band has garnered attention over the past six months through brief East and West Coast tours. Today, Mount Holly revealed the “It Ain’t Easy” video on its new YouTube channel and can be viewed at
Filmed by digital media professional Austin M. Bauman, the riveting video transitions between scenic downtown Los Angeles driving and intimate, electrifying group performance. It showcases Perri alongside bassist Deanna Passarella, drummer John Bach and vocalist Josh Bartholomew - a Grammy-nominated artist who also recorded and mixed the single.
Perri says the group’s amended name more accurately reflects its collaborative nature and pays homage to the New Jersey town in which it initially formed in 2014.
“I started this project by calling some of the best musicians I know, who also happen to be dear friends, to play a handful of shows with me,” said Perri. “The remarkable chemistry experienced over the course of just a few short tours surprised us all. The decision was unanimous: ‘This is a real rock ‘n’ roll band. Let’s do it.’”
Addressing the group’s future plans, Bartholomew says Mount Holly is currently writing and recording more music, as well as scheduling both national and international tour dates.
“This has been a tremendously creative time for us, and everything is flowing and happening very naturally,” said Bartholomew. “We've been working hard non-stop, and it feels great - almost like we're getting away with something. This is the band all of us have always wanted to be in.”
The band will perform its inaugural show under the new name Tuesday, March 10 at The Sayers Club in Hollywood. Tickets can be purchased through the venue’s website.
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Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Silvertide to release new single in September

The Philadelphia Quintet releases first new music in 10 years


Philadelphia PA (June 2014) - The rock band Silvertide has announced this morning that the group will release a new single entitled Try Try Try worldwide this September.

The band has set its new release to coincide with the 10 year anniversary of their debut album Show & Tell. The album has sold close to 400,000 units, and has since achieved a cult like following worldwide.

“If you love rock music with sexy guitars then we have it in spades. My only regret is that this song wasn't on our first record”, said lead singer Walt Lafty.

Try Try Try will be available for pre-order through iTunes soon, and will also come with a free behind the scenes video for purchasers. The single was produced by David Ivory (Halestorm, The Roots), mixed by Steve LaFashia, and features all 5 original band members.

For more information follow the band on Facebook and visit their official website

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