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Eclectic Folk-Rock


Layering traditional folk instruments over a rock band rhythm section, Shiloh Hill brings a smooth and infectious energy to the scene.  The dance-worthy grooves mingle with hometown mandolin, turning the stage into a front porch, where front man Nick Hofstetter and his wife Mamie weave stories in harmony.  Their winsome, family-band style ensures great fun and even better friends.


Nick Hofstetter: Acoustic Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals

Mamie Hofstetter: Mandolin, Glockenspiel, Vocals

Nicholas Forrester: Bass Guitar, Vocals

Jacob Kuhn: Drums/Percussion


Shiloh Hill - "Gardens"
Shiloh Hill - "Frozen" live at Shakori Hills Grassroots Festival


"“Wildflower” – Shiloh Hill. Chipper full-band folk that starts with perky trumpet and brings in banjo like rays of sunshine coming out from behind a cloud. The chorus has an anthemic cast similar to The Decemberists, which is always welcome. This album looks like it’s going to be a lot of fun...."

-Stephen Carradini

"...breezy folk-pop ditties splashed with colorful accents of brass and glockenspiel. Live, the quartet leans on the charms of its collaborative songwriting and coed harmonies to sell mostly acoustic jangles that are earnest, if not always earworms."


-Spencer Griffith

        Indy Week

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Notable Venues Performed:

The Blind Tiger - Greensboro, NC

The Ramkat - Winston-Salem, NC

Monstercade - Winston-Salem, NC

Local 506 - Chapel Hill, NC

Motorco - Durham, NC

Cat's Cradle (back room) - Carrboro, NC

Flour City Station - Rochester, NY

Rockwood Music Hall - New York, NY

Buffalo Iron Works - Buffalo, NY

The 5 Spot - Nashville, TN

Preservation Pub - Knoxville, TN

Management & Booking

Nick Wes -  Email:     |   Phone:  336.653.9869