Exclusive Interview with Chris Hollacheck

“Follow The Light”

(Verse 1)

Some people follow the sun in the sky

Some people look up at the moon at night

Some people light a candle in the dark

Some people wish on a shooting star

Whatever you use to make your journey right

Just make sure you follow the light

(Chorus)

Follow the light follow the light

Drown out the darkness by shining it bright

Whatever fills your shadow, indigo or white

Just make sure you follow the light

(Verse 2)

You might see red if you’re learning to trust

You might see green if it’s hard to love

You might see blue if there’s words you don’t know

You might see yellow if you can’t say no

Whatever resonates and feels right

Just make sure you follow the light

(Chorus)

(Bridge)

So if you’re lost and wondering which direction to go

If you’re life ain’t going right, there’s one thing to know

If you wanna find peace in the fight

Just make sure you follow the light

(Chorus 2x)

Follow the light follow the light

Just make sure you follow the lighthat were all the events that had to happen that finally led to your new music? 

A spiritual awakening and quitting my job lol!

Talk to us about the narrative of this music and why it’s so important? 

There’s no particular narrative of this song, just a positive uplifting message.  I feel like it’s something the world needs a little more of!

What is the importance of storytelling with your music?

I feel like it depends on the song.  Some songs can handle a long story, others just need a strong hook.  It all depends on how much of it you can fit into 3 minutes and 30 seconds!

How do you make sure your beginning, middle and end feel like it flows into each other with purpose? 

Sometimes I’ll start at the first verse, but other times I’ll start with the chorus.  However in the end all the verses end up flowing together.  Writing all the lyrics in one day usually helps out best with making sure all the verses flow together.

What is the theme of your new music?

Positivity and making sure you follow whatever brings happiness and light into your life.

What is your special signature that you leave on your music? 

I don’t know if I have a specific signature.  However hearing that my music related to someone and helped them out is something I’d like my music to be known for.

Leave us with a significant lyric from your latest music! 

If you’re lost and wondering which direction to go

Your life ain’t going right there’s one thing to know

If you wanna find peace in the fight

Jut make sure you follow the light

Links to your music please! 

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chris_hollacheck

Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChrzu1ebpRWAf2Z70kwo9Fw

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChrisHollacheckMusic

TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@chrishollacheck

Linktree: https://linktr.ee/chrishollacheck

Shopify (Merch): https://chris-hollacheck.myshopify.com

Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ChrisHollacheckMusic

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/1k5JmDtkhFH6HoYPBH5dvh

Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/artist/chris-hollacheck/1439684071

Youtube Music: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaBo0dJ2-t3w3hj9YnYmoVA

(More streaming links in my linktree)

Born in New Bern, NC and raised down a 7 mile dirt road deep in the woods, Chris Hollacheck grew up in the kind of setting you’d picture being in a country song. His musical journey started very early when he learned cello at 3 years old! Chris has also played piano, trumpet, baritone, and bass guitar and performed singing and acting in numerous plays all before the age of 18. After graduating high school, he picked up guitar in college at the University of North Carolina Wilmington. It was there that he discovered his passion for songwriting and singing country music. Once he graduated college, he moved to Nashville in 2014.

After a couple years of playing open mics and writer rounds and working odd jobs, Chris decided to leave Nashville and travel the country. He started venturing in Florida and then Texas, where he played more frequent shows and gained a diverse group of fans. During this time, he released his first radio single “Knotty Thing” in January 2019.

After 2 years in Texas, he decided to move back to Nashville where he ended up taking his music further.

End of Interview

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