Wednesday, October 3, 2012

This Holy House wins Back Room to the Main Stage

Posted By on Wed, Oct 3, 2012 at 1:51 PM

This Holy House won the Back Room to the Main Stage competition at Vinos last weekend.
  • This Holy House won the Back Room to the Main Stage competition at Vino's last weekend.

Congratulations are in order for local folk-rock outfit This Holy House. The band won the Back Room to the Main Stage competition last weekend at Vino's.

That netted the band $1,000 and a slot playing at the Arkansas State Fair on Oct. 17, opening for The See.

Here's the track "Love and War," from the band's recent album "Love and Hope in the War Times."

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