Outpost in the Burbs will present Hollis Brown on Feb. 26 at 8 p.m. The concert will take place at the First Congregational Church, 40 S. Fullerton Ave.

Hollis Brown was formed by Queens natives and songwriters Mike Montali (lead vocals/guitar) and Jonathan Bonilla (lead guitar). Both first generation immigrants
(Italian-American and Puerto Rican-American, respectively), they soon found their musical brethren across America, recruiting Andrew Zehnal and Chris Urriola.

The independent act has achieved a significant amount of success since its formation in 2011. The band released its debut album, "Ride On The Train" on Alive Naturalsound in 2013 (produced by Adam Landry), garnering song and video premieres from "Rolling Stone," "Paste" and "American Songwriter."

Their 2015 followup, "3 Shots," garnered music placements in the worldwide trailer for the Michael Keaton film “The Founder,” the Willem Dafoe/Matt Dillon film “Bad Country,” Di-
rect TV’s “Kingdom,” Showtime’s “Shameless,” and an online ad campaign for Abercrombie & Fitch.

The band has toured in America and Europe, headlining and supporting such acts as The Counting Crows, Citizen Cope, Robert Randolph, Vintage Trouble, Cyndi Lauper and The Zombies. Building a fan base on both continents.

Mascot Label Group signed the band in 2019 and released “Ozone Park” to critical acclaim. A year of constant touring for the band saw performances in forty-five states, Canada, The UK and Europe.

Tickets for this show are on sale now and can be purchased via TicketLeap at outpostintheburbs.org.

The following policies will be in place for this show:

  • To gain entry, every patron must show a completed vaccination record (dated at least 14 days before the show). Photocopy, a photo on your phone, proof via the DOCKET app (covid19.nj.gov/pages/vaxrecords) or Excelsior Pass (for New York residents) will be acceptable. A negative COVID test will not be accepted for entry.
  • Masks will be required to be worn at all times during the show.
  • Unvaccinated children of any age will not be permitted to attend.