Court Street Company EPK
Court Street Company is a rock band from Portsmouth, Virginia. Their sound is a rich blend of modern alternative and classic rock with influences from almost every decade of music that precedes them. The band is fronted by singer-songwriters Allen Hudson and Jonah Grinkewitz. The two singers pull you in with haunting vocal harmonies and memorable melodic hooks that don’t let go. Drummer Kyle Pearson, and bassist Tim Singer make up a rock solid rhythm section that serves as a launch pad for the band’s fresh yet nostalgic sound.
Singer / Guitarist Allen Hudson
Singer / Guitarist Jonah Grinkewitz
Bassist Tim Singer
Drummer Kyle Pearson
Some of the band’s biggest influences include Big Star, The Kinks, The Killers, Badfinger, Cheap Trick, The Walkmen, Pink Floyd, Jellyfish, INXS, Foo Fighters, and The Beatles.
Court Street Company’s debut EP “Olde Towne” was released on March 8, 2019. The band is currently back in the studio, recording brand new music to be released in 2020.
“The record reaffirms earlier comparisons with Big Star, with sprinklings of Weezer, Teenage Fanclub, and even some reaching out for a Todd Rundgren kind of vibe.’ - The Antonym
Prior to their EP “Olde Towne,” Court Street Company also released two singles "Little Miss Sunshine” and “Fall Away.” Both singles were accompanied by music videos that collectively have garnered more than 50,000 views.
In just 2 years, Court Street Company has headlined The NorVa twice (#16 on Rolling Stone’s Best Venues), been featured on WHRV’s Out of the Box with Paul Shugrue, and has made 3 television appearances on The Hampton Roads Show. Their music videos for “Little Miss Sunshine” and “Fall Away” have both premiered on DittyTV, a Memphis-based music television network.
In 2019, Court Street Company shared the stage with:
BoDeans, THE OCEAN BLUE, The Producers, Super Doppler and more.
“Court Street Company has displayed a dizzying amount of growth in short timespan and have very quickly established themselves as the band to watch for 2019 in the 757.” - The Antonym