Check out this up-and-coming rock band

Edison Hollow performs “Road Song”

Music Monday: Edison Hollow on Live in the D

Detroit is known for Motown, jazz, techno, and do not forget about rock music, think of groups like MC5 or Jack White. Metro Detroit has plenty of rock bands and today on Music Monday we showcased a group that has a few shows coming up.

Aaryn Lindow and Tyler Chernoff from Edison Hollow joined Live In The D Host Jason Carr to talk about their band.

Chernoff says Edison Hollow is a rock band from Southgate, Michigan that is trying to bring the realest rock-and-roll to their hometown and represent it accurately.

Their latest single is called “What’s So Funny?” and the music video showcases many iconic Detroit landmarks. It’s fun to watch and see all the familiar sights in Detroit. You can watch the video below.

Lindow says the band released an album at the start of the pandemic and was live streaming their performances. He also says it is all about keeping yourself going and putting the work in one way or another.

When asked about their aesthetic, Lindow says they do not want to become anything other than what they are which is best friends up on-stage having fun. Chernoff says their sound is hard rock-and-roll music.

Edison Hollow will be performing on November 26 at Ghost Light, 2314 Caniff St, Hamtramck, MI 48212.

Watch the video above for the full interview and to watch Edison Hollow perform “Road Song.”

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