Dave Hole, guitarist
Guitarist

Dave Hole

March 30, 1948, Heswall, England

Seemingly out of nowhere, Australian guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter Dave Hole first burst onto the American music scene in 1992. Since that time, critics and fans have declared Hole one of the most exciting and original slide guitarists in the world. His five successful Alligator albums have earned him heaps of critical praise and his jaw-dropping live show leaves audiences around the world breathless and screaming for more. “Magnificent, staggering, almost beyond belief,” raves Guitar Player. Spin magazine agrees, simply stating, “The most accomplished slide guitarist to come around in a long time… Hole's guitar says everything that needs to be said.” ~ Alligator Records: Dave Hole ~ retrieved June 5, 2013 © Alligator Records

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Seemingly out of nowhere, Australian guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter Dave Hole first burst onto the American music scene in 1992. Since that time, critics and fans have declared Hole one of the most exciting and original slide guitarists in the world. His five successful Alligator albums have earned him heaps of critical praise and his jaw-dropping live show leaves audiences around the world breathless and screaming for more. “Magnificent, staggering, almost beyond belief,” raves Guitar Player. Spin magazine agrees, simply stating, “The most accomplished slide guitarist to come around in a long time… Hole's guitar says everything that needs to be said.” ~ Alligator Records: Dave Hole ~ retrieved June 5, 2013 © Alligator Records



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