PICS: Colony House at House of Blues’ Voodoo Room

More than "Silhouettes": Colony House rocked the House of Blues' Voodoo Room on March 24 -- with Knox Hamilton opening.

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Colony House got their start in Franklin, Tennessee in 2009.
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Caleb Chapman sings lead vocals and plays guitar.
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Parke Cottrell (pictured right) plays bass.
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Caleb’s younger brother, Will Chapman, plays drums for the band.
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Fun fact: Caleb and Will are the sons of contemporary Christian pop musician Steven Curtis Chapman.
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The band began playing together while in high school, and claim U2 and Cold War Kids as big influences.
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Fun fact: The band was originally named Caleb, before changing the name in 2013 after an apartment complex they had lived in.
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They self-released three EPs before signing with Descendents Records and dropped their debut full-length, “When I Was Younger,” on July 22, 2014.
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The album’s lead single, “Silhouettes,” got massive alternative rock radio airplay and became the most downloaded song on SiriusXM Alt Nation. The band released their sophomore studio album, “Only the Lonely,” earlier this year on Jan. 13. We’re wondering if the title’s a Roy Orbison reference?
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Knox Hamilton opened the show – and got the crowd nice and prepped with their infectious brand of dance-rock/indie-pop.
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The band formed in 2010 and currently consists of Boots Copeland (bass), Cobo Copeland (drums), Bradley Pierce (vocals, guitar) and Drew Buffinton (lead guitar). They released their debut full-length album, “The Heights,” last year.
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Did we mention the place was packed, and full of smiling faces? Until next time: Thanks to Colony House, Knox Hamilton, and the House of Blues staff for such an unforgettable show.
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