Bradley Palermo, Blind Mountain Holler, Derik Envy

Before setting out on his solo folk career, Bradley Palermo spent 15 years fronting the bands The Sudden Passion and Femme Fatality. He grew up in St. Louis, MO where he developed an affinity for the alt-country bands that were emerging from the region at the time. Palermo draws inspiration from Americana acts like Son Volt and The Bottle Rockets, and folk-punk troubadours such as Chuck Ragan and David Dondero (both of which he has now shared the stage with). His songs are often autobiographical, turning themes of the open road, free living, and mortality salience.
Palermo’s first full length, “Volume 1” (out 4/19/19) is a reworked and remastered collection of previously released singles. The record is a result of a successful crowdfunding campaign late last year, and is available on digital/vinyl/CD formats. He is currently based in Los Angeles, CA and touring internationally.

Blind Mountain Holler

We began unofficially sometime in 2010 during the torrid drug addicted homelessness of Kelley and Scotty on the streets of San Francisco. In between trips to jail and the guitar being in the pawnshop, which was the only thing we hadn't sold, we wrote songs.
Fast forward through getting clean, moving to the great city of San Diego, breaking up and not speaking for years, new relationships and you arrive at the official beginning of Blind Mountain Holler in the winter of 2016.
We are Kelley Haynes (the ex) on cello and vocals, Amanda Bones (the wife) on vocals, and Scotty Bones (the dude) on guitar, banjo, percussion and lead vocals. Blind Mountain Holler - we write pretty songs about ugly things.

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