Baked Shrimp get spooky at The Hollow, October 27th

ALBANY – Baked Shrimp – the young, fun, and progressive trio – returns to Albany’s The Hollow Bar and Kitchen once again, for another high-energy performance at their annual Halloween Extravaganza. Deriving from Long Island, Baked Shrimp consists of Jared Cowen (Vocals/Guitar), Scott Reill (Vocals/Bass), and Jager Soss (Vocals/Drums).

The band has had much success over the past couple of years; in 2022, Baked Shrimp performed over 120 concerts in the United States and even made an appearance in Canada. The band keeps gaining fans as their live energy combined with their talents for improvising on-stage calls for a groundbreaking show each and every time.

Throughout the year, Baked Shrimp has again performed numerous shows, notably sharing the stage with Phil Lesh of The Grateful Dead this past July. Despite their demanding touring schedule, Baked Shrimp is known for their consistency in releasing albums, and right on schedule, the band’s fourth studio album is set to release before the end of the year.

Baked Shrimp will be joined by Altamont, NY natives Timbre Coup. Timbre Coup is also no stranger to performing at The Hollow as this was the venue where they reunited in 2019 after a four-year break. In fact, there is a live album from this specific performance available on all streaming platforms.

Both Baked Shrimp and Timbre Coup bring an energy like none other to the stage and are able to transform their voices into a symphonic experience. Baked Shrimp’s annual Halloween Extravaganza always calls for a surprise theme and band costume, along with a fun-filled audience costume contest. To join in on the fun, be sure to get your tickets soon as they are sure to sell out!

Doors open at 8:00 p.m. The show is slated to start at 9:00 p.m. The show is 18+ and invites guests to dress up. Tickets start at $19.04 and can be purchased here.

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