Texas Hippie Coalition Biography
Crafting a unique, original and thoroughly raucous brand of music that's born of both life experience and a respect for Southern-Rock's forefathers, Texas Hippie Coalition formed up in 2004 in Denison, Texas USA. After some personnel changes, the band settled on its first stable line-up comprising charismatic lead singer Big Dad Ritch, guitarists Randy Cooper and Crawfish, bassist John Exall and drummer Cody Bailey.
The band's first album, "Pride Of Texas", was self-released in 2008.
Highly regarded for the intensity of their live shows, the group scored a record deal with Carved Records and in July 2010 churned out their second album, "Rollin'".
Texas Hippie Coalition returned in August 2012 with its next offering, "Peacemaker", it reached #31 on the Top Independent Albums chart and yielded two Active Rock top 40 hits with "Turn It Up" and "Damn You To Hell". THC new line-up features original members Big Dad Ritch and John Exall along with guitarist Cord Pool and drummer Gunnar Molton.