Buckeye Knoll emerged from months spent backpacking in the wilderness of California. Songwriter Doug Streblow carried with him a notebook and acoustic guitar and weaved stories into songs that would become their debut full length album "People and Place". Released in the Spring of 2010, the album received flattering praise including the SF Chronicle calling Streblow and the album "The Real Deal" and "Unforgettable". Buckeye Knoll hit the road in support of the release playing over 70 shows in a year including a 2 week tour down to SXSW 2011 in Austin, TX.
Since their debut release the band, rounded out by bassist Graham Rolak and a cast of other players headed up to a 300 acre ranch near Yosemite to set up a studio in a large remote cabin to record the follow up to "People and Place". Engineer and longtime friend of the band, Cian Riordan (Taking Back Sunday, John Cragie, Man/Miracle) produced and Eric Valentine (All American Rejects, Nickel Creek, Third Eye Blind) mastered the record.
The yet to be titled second full length album will be released in the Spring of 2013.