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Ross Jones - editor

Ross Jones is Holler's Editor-In-Chief based in London, UK. He is also a Music Journalist, DJ and broadcaster. You'll find him playing Tyler Childers' 'All Your'n' at any opportunity.


Ciara Bains - assistant editor

Ciara Bains is a music journalist, radio host and musician from London, currently working as the Assistant Editor of Holler, managing all feature interviews across the platform.


Jof Owen - staff writer

Writer on country music and fear for Holler, The Line Of Best Fit, Rough Trade Magazine and Riposte. Also a singer and songwriter with The Boy Least Likely To and Legends Of Country. Born and raised in the countryside but lives in London.


Maxim Mower - staff writer

Maxim is a Holler staff writer based in London, UK. He also runs a music and wellbeing magazine (Mindful Melody). He loves going on long drives soundtracked by his Kenny Chesney CDs, and he’s incapable of completing a conversation without referencing at least one George Strait song.

Lydia Farthing - staff writer

Lydia Farthing is a Nashville-based music journalist and Nashville native who has spent her life immersed in the music industry. With career stops at MusicRow Magazine, Provident Music Group and Aristo PR, she's always in search of the best concerts and new music, and is an avid supporter of females in the country format.


Baylen Leonard - head of music

Baylen Leonard is a London based Tennessee native and CMA Award winning music broadcaster and Artistic Director of The Long Road festival.