Ohio’s Jetty Bones are poised for stardom in 2019.
When was the last time a concert changed your life? We’re not talking about those instances where your favorite band puts on a performance that reaffirms your faith in them, but those far more rare occasions where a group or artist unknown to you steals the show.
For us, the last incredible moment like that we experienced happened during March 2018 at The Loft in Lansing, Michigan. We traveled to Michigan’s capitol city to see Hot Mulligan perform one of their Pilot release shows, but we walked as the latest fans of Ohio’s Jetty Bones. The band’s set that evening, as well as the numerous sets we’ve seen since, showcased a group ready to take the world by storm with painfully honest lyricism and a powerhouse sound.
On this episode of Inside Music, host James Shotwell calls Kelc Galluzzo from the band Jetty Bones to discuss her group’s upcoming EP. Jetty Bones has been a rising talent in the alternative underground for the past several years, but their forthcoming release has the band poised to breakthrough to the mainstream with heart and hooks to spare. Kelc tells James about the traumatic experiences that informed the record, as well as the goals she has for her music. The pair also discusses musical Easter eggs, cats, and life in rural Ohio.
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