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An American folk-rock band hailing from Durham, N.C., Delta Rae has become a favorite among folk and indie rock enthusiasts around the world. Siblings Ian, Eric and Brittany Holljes, along with Elizabeth Hopkins, founded the band whose performances are lively and upbeat. Delta Rae frequently tours North America to promote new material, and regularly joins lineups at such festivals as Farm Aid, Lollapalooza and the Tortuga Music Festival.
Delta Rae's background
Delta Rae was founded in 2009 by the Holljes siblings and vocalist Elizabeth Hopkins. In 2010, they released a self-titled EP and began to attract the attention of major record companies. Sire Records released the album Carry the Fire in 2012 to critical acclaim. Several videos from the album, including "Bottom of the River" and "Morning Comes," received airplay on VH1. That same year, the band also released the album Live at the Lincoln Theatre as a music download.
Delta Rae followed their first full-length effort with the EP Chasing Twisters in 2013. One of the most successful singles from the album was "If I Loved You," which featured renowned Fleetwood Mac guitarist Lindsey Buckingham.
In 2015, Delta Rae released their second full-length album, After It All. They toured extensively on the East Coast in support of the album.
Delta Rae's biggest hits
The album Carry the Fire reached No. 13 on the Folk charts and No. 11 on the Heat charts. After It All rose to No. 3 on the Heat charts and No. 10 on the Folk charts. The EP Chasing Twisters also had an impressive showing at No. 8 on the Heat charts. The single "If I Loved You" peaked at No. 43 on rock airplay charts and No. 5 on adult alternative charts.
Delta Rae's career milestones
Delta Rae's early success was quickly followed by a robust tour schedule encompassing much of the U.S. and Canada. In 2014, they appeared at Farm Aid in Raleigh, N.C.
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