A band popular with the teen crowds is coming to Zanesville next weekend.
New Hollow features the trio of Mick, Evan and Chad. The teens from New Albany, Ohio have three singles on Billboard’s 2011 Hot 100 Singles Chart, all without any radio play.
"It’s teen pop. It’s geared toward the age groups of 8-18," said Manager of Ticketcrush Concerts Kyle McPeck. "More specifically 14-18 years of age. A lot of their audience is girls. They have the look and the feel. It’s a pop sound and you’ll like it if you’re in to that style of music."
These high school students performed the National Anthem at Cowboy Stadium and just played a sold out show in Marietta. This is the first time a teen group has performed at Secrest and tickets are in demand.
"It’s something we haven’t tried yet and we think it will be very successful," said McPeck. "We’ve already sold tickets as far away as New York state, Virginia, West Virginia and all around Ohio. We’re really excited about it and pretty excited to have them here."
New Hollow will perform at Secrest Auditorium on February 4 at 7p.m.