A Thousand Horses


A Thousand Horses hails from Nashville, Tennessee and have been playing together under various line-ups since 2003. Despite their age, these young rockers, thanks to the strong major label debut, are in a frontline when it comes to new, exciting southern rock bands.

Front man Michael Hobby and lead guitarist Bill Satcher met in local music store back in their hometown of Newberry, South Carolina in 2003 and soon added Bill’s cousin, Graham DeLoach to the bass. In a acoustic showcase that the boys gave in a hotel room it only took one song to convince the Interscope AR that they had something special in their hands.  A bit later Zach Brown was added to the guitar and Shane Lenzen to the drums and A Thousand Horses was officially born.

August 17, 2010 saw the release of A Thousand Horses debut, self-titled EP on DGC/Interscope Records. Recorded in live settings and using vintage gear during six day period Silver Lake, CA with producer Dave Cobb at his home-built 1974 studios. First single out of the five track EP, self-titled “A Thousand Horses” also features Black Crowes guitarist Rich Robinson.

A Thousand Horses played on the Simple Man Cruise with Lynyrd Skynyrd in January 2011 and continued to support their self-titled debut EP by touring with label-mates The Pretty Reckless. Nationwide tour took them to every major city from LA to Dallas to New York and saw A Thousand Horses growing their fan base the good ol’ way; playing live.

In 2014, the band signed with Republic Nashville of Big Machine Label Group and released their second album, Southernality, on June 9, 2015.

A Thousand Horses Discography:

2010  A Thousand Horses EP
2015  Southernality


Official website: www.athousandhorses.com