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The Greatest Gift to the Music Industry: The Mowgli?s

By Emily Katz


A strong statement, sure, but I stand by it: The Mowgli’s are the best thing that have happened to the music industry in many decades.

Tuesday night, I had the honor of seeing The Mowgli’s, perform for a sold out crowd at the RecordBar.  The band consists of eight friends from California who came together with the intention of spreading peace and lov e, and their music reflects just that.

This was a hometown show for vocalist and guitarist Colin Dieden, who is originally from Kansas City. 

The band kicked off their set with “The Great Divide,” a crowd pumping song about following your dreams.

With their upbeat folk rock/pop melodies and inspiring, yet lighthearted lyrics, the Mowgli’s filled the RecordBar with love and positivity, which was much needed the day after tragedy struck the city of Boston, Massachusetts.  In honor of the victims, the band led the audience in a moment of silence, followed by vocalist and guitarist Michael Vincze bringing his mic stand and guitar into the crowd while the band performed one of their slower tunes, “Carry Your Will.” 

They ended the night with their single “San Francisco,” as they danced through the crowd and brought audience members on stage to sing and dance with them.

Through constant crowd interaction, dancing, and positive music, the Mowgli’s brought peace, love, and happiness to Kansas City Tuesday night. 

Their EP, titled “Love’s Not Dead,” is available on itunes now.  I have no doubt that the Mowgli’s are going to change the world with their music and passion for spreading love and happiness. 

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04/18/2013 6:29AM
The Greatest Gift to the Music Industry: The Mowgli’s
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