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Eric Britt returns to Atlanta with his new band American Hologram

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Eric Britt, once a staple of the 90's alternative scene with the band Hazel Virtue, has fought a long, hard road to get back to his music, and last year the release of his debut solo album, Greener, was as triumphant a return as one could hope for. Now, back with a full band, Britt is ready to write the next triumphant chapter of his musical career.

American Hologram features Craig Tanner, longtime friend of Britt and a phenomenal guitarist. Tanner supported Britt on tour for Greener so Britt was already putting to use their seemingly synchronized musical sensibilities. Added to the roster was Eric Dunn on upright bass and Britt Scott, who added female vocals to the mix. The addition of Scott's vocals elevated the possibilities and added another dynamic to already accomplished harmonies.

American Hologram are in the process of making a debut album. In the mean time, the band is already on tour, and will be stopping Atlanta before heading back down the coast to Savannah. They will be in the Atlanta Room at Smith's Olde Bar Saturday, February 1st at 9:00 P.M., supported by Joe Smith and the Going Concern. Tickets are $8.

Listen to Eric Britt and the American Holograms by visiting Britt's website. Be sure to like Britt and American Hologram on Facebook to stay up to date on the band.


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