History Of The Mowgli’s
Named after a former member’s dog, The Mowgli’s are a Los Angeles collective intent on bringing people together and encouraging random acts of kindness through the power of indie-rock, retro-folk and West Coast pop. Lead vocalist Dave Appelbaum, guitarists Michael Vincze and Spencer Trent, drummer Andy Warren and bassist Matthew Di Panni all met at Calabasas High School, and after teaming up with guitarist Josh Hogan and percussionist Katie Jayne Earl, first released The Mowgli’s tickets for a series of events named Manifestivals in which various bands and artists would share the stage.
After renting a house in Venice Beach, the group would regularly sell The Mowgli’s tickets for shows at various unorthodox locations such as farmer’s markets, hair salons and art galleries, often playing up to five gigs in one day. In 2011, they began to gig across the South West, set up a Kickstarter campaign to fund their debut album, and participated in the Occupy Movement, where they became regular performers at Los Angeles’ City Hall encampment. A year later, they independently released their debut album, Sound The Drum, The Mowgli’s tickets for an accompanying tour and saw the San Francisco Giants adopt their song, “San Francisco,” as their official theme.
The demand for The Mowgli’s tickets increased when the group made their first national TV appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, and in 2013, The Mowgli’s tickets went on sale for a co-headlining tour with Family of the Year. The band spent most of the next six months taking in various festivals including Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza and Bumbershoot, and after their second weekend slot at Austin City Limits was cancelled due to rain, the group also gave away free The Mowgli’s tickets for an impromptu show at a homeless shelter. The band then reached No.4 on Billboard’s Heatseekers Chart with their sophomore effort, Waiting For The Dawn, and after opening for Walk The Moon, released The Mowgli’s tickets for a North American tour also featuring American Authors, Royal Teeth and The Rocketboys.
After Vincze left the band to embark on a solo career in 2014, the group contributed a song to the Earth to Echo soundtrack, sold out The Mowgli’s tickets for a two-night stand at their hometown’s The Troubadour and supported Manchester Orchestra on a brief tour before heading back into the studio to work on their third LP.
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