Native north west Texans Jeremy Nail and Ali Holder have been making a name for themselves in the Austin music scene for almost a decade. Although involved in their own musical projects they share the same band members. Nail and Holder decided to take this creative amalgam on the road. In the past five years they have collectively released 5 albums. They both inhabit the progressive indie folk genre but weave in their own direction within it. Nail released his highly praised album ‘Live Oak’ in 2018, Holder will be releasing a new album in 2019.
With influences ranging from Outlaw Country to Lilith Fair, KUTX
, Austin’s NPR station calls Holder an “an individual with a love for words and storytelling.” Based in Austin, Texas, Holder has frequent residencies when she is in town and spends a fews of months of the year touring regionally and nationally. Texas Monthly
refers to her music as “whiskey-soaked pieces of sad country-influenced songwriting that recalls Lucinda Williams and Ryan Adams. No Depression
says, “Holder shows a solid grasp of what makes a good song… her songs are personal and intimate but feel like experiences we can all share.”www.aliholder.com