The Mowgli’s

Performance in San Luis Obispo, CA at Downtown Slo Brew

Here in Southern California, we are surrounded by so many different cultures that inspire art in all its forms. One of our favorites being music. If you are in the mood for some new uplifting tunes, The Mowgli’s are the band for you! We have watched them perform, and had the opportunity to get to know them behind the scenes.

The Mowgli’s are a Los Angeles based indie rock band who in recent months has gotten a lot of press. Their song “San Francisco” made it to number one on KROQ’s Locals Only, they performed on Leno, and February 21st they will be on television again for the Jimmy Kimmel Live show. Through their music they spread the message of universal love, togetherness, and unity.

Bellow you will find band info, a link to their first official music video, and tour dates.

Michael Vincze – guitar/vocals
Colin Louis Dieden – vocals/guitar/percussion
Katie Jayne Earl – vocals/percussion
Matthew Di Panni- bass/vocals
Josh Hogan- guitar/vocals
Dave Appelbaum- keys/vocals
Spencer Trent – percussion/guitar/melodica/vocals

Andy Warren – drums/percussion/vocals

Mondays in February – Los Angeles, CA @ Satellite (Free Residency)***
February 19 – Sacramento, CA @ Ace of Spades***
February 20 – Portland, OR @ Wonder Ballroom***
March 13-16 – Austin, TX @ SXSW Music Festival***
March 18 – Little Rock, AR @ Juanitas***
March 19 – Birmingham, AL @ Workplay Theater***
March 23- Charleston, SC @ Spring Jam Music Fest (presented by 105.5 The Bridge)
March 25 – Columbia, SC @ New Brookland Tavern
March 26 – Atlanta, GA @ The Earl
March 27 – Nashville, TN @ 3rd & Lindsley
March 28 – Newport, KY @ Thompson House
March 29 – Indianapolis @ Radio Radio
March 31 – Virginia Beach, VA @ Jewish Mother

Author: Janet

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