LIVE REVIEW: West Texas Mammoths rocking the Tin Roof

West Texas Mammoths

West Texas Mammoths

Saturday nights in Nashville never fail to impress me. You can literally walk into any bar and there is a stage, illuminating a great artist or group. Almost as if the city is alive and the sounds emanating from those small rooms are the heartbeat of this city. Sometimes you get lucky enough to see a great band perform and that performance stays with you. This past Saturday night, I got to walk into a bar, take some photos and get lost in those rock n’ roll blues sounds. My personal heaven. The bar was Tin Roof on Demonbreun and the band was West Texas Mammoths. Back in November, I interviewed these guys and was left longing to see them play live and I got my wish. West Texas Mammoths I showed up just in time to see them finish sound check. I rushed the stage as soon as it was over to say hi and I was greeted with a big hug and smile. They had been teasing me for weeks on getting to see them on stage. Thank you snow, for cancelling my first shot at seeing them live, but they came back and made it a show to remember. They sang all the songs off of their EP, The Mammoth, plus some new songs that will show up on their upcoming album the band is presently working on. Listening to David Kapsner’s voice on lead vocals is perfect bluesy tones wrapped in a rock n’ roll blanket, completed by Jekot’s guitar slicing through the air, joined by Rush’s bass and Noga’s powerful drums. Sounds that remind me of one of my most favorite bands, Houndmouth. There is a soul to their songs that goes far beyond just a bar in a band. These guys are definitely a band to see live…

West Texas Mammoths

Keep up with the upcoming shows on Facebook, Twitter and their website… Thanks guys for the invite and letting me get to see you in action! #getyourtrunksup

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I am a Nashville girl who loves any kind of music you can throw her way! If I can write about that experience, you will see my passion.

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