John Holk is a singer/songwriter and bass player living in Ann Arbor, MI. His band, John Holk & the Sequins were formed to be the world’s first psychedelic honky tonk band. Drawing equal inspiration from Hank Williams and Revolver-era Beatles, the Sequins helped galvanize a burgeoning Detroit honky tonk scene as hosts of the legendary “Honky Tonk Tuesday” series at Club Bart in Ferndale, MI from 2008 to 2011. Their self-released 2010 record "If You See Her" (Hole-Key) was described as "The twang-pop record of 2010" by absolutepowerpop.com, and earned a Detroit Music Awards nomination for Best Country Album. Boasting some of the area’s finest working musicians, John Holk & The Sequins released their second record, “Where You Going” in October 2016. John Holk & the Sequins are known for putting on great shows wherever they roam and are in demand as a concert, night club or private party band. The band’s stripped-down alter-ego, John Holk & the Kinfolk, play a rootsy blend of bluegrass, old time honky tonk country western and murder ballads.