“"All the down home twang you can handle. Pensacola-based Holloman enlists Sugarcane Jane's Anthony Crawford to craft a rootsy, authentic album. With personal lyrics and classic country acoustic instrumentation, this is the kind of music that's best listened to on a summer evening in a giant porch swing with a glass jar of sweet tea in hand."”
Lang Holloman & The SOUL BELLS
With 22 years of experience, Lang has performed with and shared shows with the likes of Cyril Neville's The Royal Southern Brotherhood, Chris Thomas King, Buckwheat Zydeco, David Alan Coe, Asleep At The Wheel, and San Francisco's music scene performer now Mobilian Lauren Murphy. Lang has been on PBS, Mississippi PBS, NPR, CNN, Sirius XM, and countless festival/theater shows throughout the Southeastern US. Originally from Meridian, Mississippi, where the "Father of Country Music" Jimmie Rodgers was from, Lang continues living and revealing through music/songs what he has coined as the style of "Southern Heritage Music". 2016 saw great success with the release of the album "Soul Bells", recorded in Alabama at Admiral Bean Studios with Anthony Crawford (Neil Young, Dwight Yoakum, Steve Winwood, Sugarcane Jane, Willie Sugarcapps), regular solo/duo performances, and Gulf Coast Songwriter Festival songwriter/performer participant. 2018 continued with countless shows from duo to full band performances at iconic locations like LuLu's Destin (Jimmy Buffet's sister), Kimbro's Legendary Picking Parlor in Nashville, the very historic Temple Theatre in Meridian Mississippi for the Americana show Sucarnochee Revue hosted by Nashville row and Muscle Shoals songwriter/performer Jackie Jack White, singles song production at Anechoic Studios with Eric King (Todd Snider's engineer), and recording sessions for the next full-length album in full analog at Studio '78 with Adam Holt (engineer/producer) located outside of Mobile, Alabama.