The Mammoths // Matt Tedder // Cody Lynn Boyd

February 17, 2018 @ 9:00 pm
Backyard on Bell
410 N Bell Ave
Denton, TX 76209
Backyard on Bell
(940) 243-4990

BandSource presents

The Mammoths (Psych/Blues/Rock from Austin)
They transcend the barrier of blues-rock into funky psych-soul. Dedication to their music has evolved The Mammoths from garage rock to sophisticated blues-funk, and constant experimentation has allowed each member of the group to always stay true to their roots. Jekot, self-described as playing in the “grunge-endrix” style, notes that Kapsner’s soul-vocals, Durand’s pure metal, and Tyler’s deep, groovy funk stand out in the realm of rock, drawing influence from all over to create a sound that is entirely new, yet curiously familiar.

Matt Tedder (Rock and Roll from Ft Worth)
Matt has often been called an old soul because of his distinct style of songwriting that some say is reminiscent of artist such as Jackson Browne, Tom Waits, and Tom Petty to name a few. From the early age of 10 Matt was called a guitar prodigy by local TV news stations and newspapers. By 14 he assembled a band and started playing locally and internationally when he was invited to play the Thunder Bay Blues Festival in Ontario, Canada in 2012. At 17 Matt moved move to Nashville to pursue a full time music career. Shortly after arrival he was chosen to represent Nashville in the 2014 IBCs (International Blues Challenge), a gathering of over 200 acts to compete where Matt made it to the finals (top 17) and played the historic Orpheum Theater. Since then Matt has been playing locally and writing songs with some of Nashville’s best. Currently Matt has been writing songs for his debut album that is planned to be released this year. After years of honing his craft and drawing influence from The Rolling Stones, Ray Charles, and Chris Whitley, the album will be a mixture of classic rock, soulful blues, and modern folk.

Cody Lynn Boyd (Rock/Blues/Folk from Ft Worth)
A young american singer-songwriter, Cody Lynn Boyd is influenced by poets, rock icons, films, and cartoons. A fascination for spooky culture, he emotes words as abstract pictures. Genre jumping while still maintaining his narrative creation for the purpose of communication.

$8 Advance:
$10 Day of Show