Greg Hoy & The Boys Are Pulling Out All The Stops This Year
The Band Documents Their Travels Across the US In A ‘73 Airstream In "Limited Mileage"
Los Angeles, CA - July 12, 2019 — Over the course of his career, Greg Hoy has released over thirty albums under various monikers such as The Royal Panics, Greg Hoy & The Boys, and Twice As Bright. Hoy has worked with a number of artists in various capacities including recording with The Last Town Chorus, performing at the base of the World Trade Center with Glenn Branca, and engineering bands with Steve Albini and J. Robbins.
Greg Hoy & The Boys will be multitasking while touring the country in a ‘73 Airstream. They will be filming a documentary about their travels and their retro-rock music in order to create a web series called "Limited Mileage". The "Limited Mileage" tour has been booked by Galactic Touring: the band will be traveling to new markets up and down the east coast October through December of 2019.
This October, the northeast leg of their tour has them supporting their double LP, a self-titled release. As if they won't be busy enough, they'll also be promoting a new tour mini-album "Enjoy The View" recorded by Steve Albini (Nirvana, Pixies) and remixed by Sylvia Massey (Rick Rubin, Tom Petty, Johnny Cash). The single "Enjoy The View" will be released September 13th.
Greg Hoy & The Boys consists of David E. Richman (Letters to Cleo), drums, Jason Slota (John Vanderslice), and Natalie Sweet, bass.
Praise for Greg Hoy
Divide & Conquor - "Live, Hoy is like Jack White AND Jack Black rolled into one... I was addicted the first time I heard it."
The Big Takeover - "Drop the needle anywhere on these 4 sides and you're greeted with Hoy's crunchy, meaty, dirt discharging guitars & swaggering Mick Jagger/David Johansen-like growl. Hoy's boys kick out plenty of 70's punk, rnb, blues inspired jams."
Red Red Wine on a Sunday - "This 2 LP set is deep - like peeling layers off an onion - each song is a revelation!"
About Greg Hoy
Greg Hoy is an artist currently based out of San Francisco, CA. Several of Hoy’s songs have been featured on network television on shows such as "One Tree Hill" and MTV’s "Made". He was a host for the original Arlene’s Grocery Punk Rock Heavy Metal Karaoke in New York City. He has run a record label called 30 Peak since 2007 and does production and soundtrack work under the name earhopper. You can follow Greg Hoy & The Boys on Facebook and follow check out their website for news and updates.