Biography

Them Howling Bones is a band with muscle, substance, and an appreciation for the glory days of rock music, when having fun jamming with your friends was more important than image, ego, and growing bank accounts. Their blues rock approach to music will take you back to the glory days of rock ‘n roll, when groups like The Doors, Led Zeppelin, and Cream were the backbones of rock music.

Their unique brand of blues rock music is as spontaneous as their formation. Them Howling Bones’ first show was a complete accident – they hopped on stage together in L.A., played their own version of The Doors’ “Roadhouse Blues”, couldn’t ignore the instant chemistry, and have been inseparable ever since. According to Armando, the band’s bassist, they “kept on the blues feel the whole night.” The band’s accidental inaugural gig might be over, but their time together as a band is just beginning.

After traveling over 2,000 miles from Green Bay to the heart of Los Angeles in search of a more active music scene and like-minded musicians to collaborate with, guitarist Mitch was fortunate enough to meet the rest of the band: Pedro (vocals), Mark (drums), and Armando (bass). The four share a similar goal: to “move people, write great songs, [and] make the audience dance and go crazy.”

Them Howling Bones prides themselves on taking rock back to its roots; every night is a party and every day is a haze. “Meeting people, drinking, playing, getting in trouble and learning to get away with it,” said Pedro. “Every day is just drenched in a little whiskey!” Inspired by bluesman of days gone by, such as Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, and Albert King, Them Howling Bones don’t plan on stopping the party anytime soon.

As much as Them Howling Bones love having fun together on stage, they haven’t lost sight of their goals. With thoughts of stadium gigs and sold-out arenas on their mind, Them Howling Bones won’t be satisfied until every seat is filled with a dancing fan having the time of their life. “To be able to connect with a total stranger with music as a universal language is honestly beautiful,” said Armando. “The energy of these ever-building crowds would inspire anyone with a working ticker.”