Country super-group Hitchville has quickly solidified themselves among the upper echelon of regional talent. Under the leadership of dynamic lead vocalists Heidi Owens and Matthew Kneefe, the group's trademark harmonies are hardly the last thing attending "Hitchville Residents" are talking about long after the smoke has cleared and the group has left the stage. The combination of face-melting vocals and "don't try this at home" instrumental solos leads to an unforgettable live show in which the band has worked tirelessly to produce.
They trekked to Nashville to record their self-titled debut release which spawned their first hit single "Whoop It Up". The song has since become an anthem that proves relevant to not just the summer months, as it garnered major market radio support year round, everywhere from the upper Midwest, to Florida, Texas, and Nashville. The group's second single "Fly" hit radio soon afterwards, and can still be frequently heard (as well as "Whoop It Up") in between innings at Minnesota Twins' home games at Target Field. In their short time together, Hitchville has graced the main stages of some of the region's largest festivals, including Moondance Jammin' Country, Country Fest, Country Jam, Ramble Jam, and 4 years straight at the biggest country music and camping festival in the nation, WE Fest. They have been blessed to open those stages for some of the biggest superstars in countryfrom Carrie Underwood and Rascal Flatts, to Kenny Chesney, Toby Keith, and Luke Bryan, to Big & Rich, Sugarland, Zac Brown Band, and Blake Shelton. The band has even recently returned from their second consecutive headlining concert in the form of a huge beach party for Miller Lite and the NFL's Minnesota Vikings at the Hard Rock Hotel in Cancun, Mexico.
Hard at work in Nashville on their sophomore project, Hitchville is humbled to have that album's first single, "Even When It's Bad It's Good" rocket to #1 on the iHeartRadio "Top 5 in the 5" Countdown just a few short weeks after its release. Over the past few years, fans have come to know to expect the unexpected at a Hitchville show. There's really only one place where the beer is always cold, the people are always friendly, the music is always world class, and the energy is always palpablewe want to welcome everybody home Hitchville.