Formed in 1992 in an old Coroner’s office, Up Spook Hill took almost a full year
to hone their act. This dedication to perfecting their craft has paid great dividends. As
talk circulated about Up Spook Hill they exploded onto the scene, drawing the attention
of club owners and booking agents throughout the southeast. Within four months the
band has transformed into a regional touring act. By years end their stage antics and
professionalism had left fans begging for more. This success is keeping booking agencies
on their toes meeting the demand for the group. As the band’s fan base constantly
expands, Up Spook Hill has opened new markets in the northeast and midwest. Often
times out drawing more established national acts.
Determined that hard work and dedication are the keys to the band’s success, Up
Spook Hill have overcome sickness, equipment failure and various other mishaps, still
refusing to cancel any shows, even going so far as to tow their vehicle to a show rather
than canceling. Up Spook Hill will do everything in their power to make sure the show
Its this type of work ethic that makes Up Spook Hill a very convincing band.
Their fan dedication is built on the premise that Up Spook Hill gives 120% every show.
The success of the group’s self-released CD “Tales From The Underground”, selling out
almost instantaneously, prompted Up Spook Hill to release a second CD. The band
approached Firehouse Bassist Perry Richardson, who has sat in with the group on various
occasions, and asked him about producing another release. As it turned out, Richardson
had just helped form the 3930 Music Group. Up Spook Hill would become the debut act
on the “3930 Records” label with the release of their CD “The Dead Of Winter”.
Simply put, Up Spook Hill is a heavy hitting, in your face, no holds barred,
performance oriented band. Their sound, lights, pyro and outrageous stage antics are all
part of a show you won’t soon forget. Up Spook Hill will make you believe.