Minnesota based and rising popular band The Plott Hounds took their smooth southern rock sound on the road south to Des Moines, IA for a headlining show at Vaudeville Mews. The duo of G24 kicked off the evening into full swing with a foot stomping, down home country set. But the foot stomping did not stop there, as The Plott Hounds started their set with a bang and continued the high energy drive right to the end. The Plott Hounds played many fan favorites from their current EP ‘Rum River Rising’ along with several new tracks from upcoming highly anticipated album ‘Living Free’. As a special treat, local favorite Amanda Drish joined The Plott Hounds for the evening and added the sweet sound of the electric fiddle. The end brought the sound of ‘Southbound’, and when finished, the crowd cheered for more. As always, The Plott Hounds deliver a high energy southern rock performance that never disappoints. Seeing them locally in Minnesota or in a venue on the road, they hold a strong stance and definitely have a unique sound that presents itself with high credibility.
The Plott Hounds are heading into the studio in April to record the new album ‘Living Free’. Post album release, I am sure you can expect The Plott Hounds to play a nice circuit of live shows. Be sure to check out their website and Facebook page for all the latest info. Also, be sure to sign up for their new letter and check-out their merchandise. For the souther rock in you, pick up a shirt to support local music.
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