“The advantage of an opening act like this…the changeover time is non-existent.”
Track Dogs present their One-Mic Show: four voices and a condenser microphone – a distilled essence of the four ex-pats based in Madrid. This live format is already very familiar to fans of Americana Music; Avett Brothers, Punch Brothers, Michael Daves & Chris Thile or Steve Earle & Del McCoury incorporate it in their live shows.
From double bass, banjo, trumpet, guitar, ukulele & mandolin to voice & percussion, Track Dogs’ One-Mic Show demonstrates the versatility and talent of these four musicians to put on a “no frills, no spills” unique concert experience.
“When we did the show for the first time the freedom we experienced on stage, of not having cables etc. allowed us to “plug” into something else, something elemental and visceral.”
Robbie K. Jones (banjo/vocals/percussion)
December 19, 2014; Sala Arena, Madrid – Track Dogs’ One-Mic show in front of fans of The Val, a hard rock/AOR band with pyrotechnics and over 20 channels…
“…to begin with their (latest single) “Broken Strings”, which left us amazed from the start…”
“…seeing the band comfortable, professional, smiling and enjoying themselves and us with them as happened with the catchy “La Banda”
“…A good concert from a band of musicians with a lot of experience, which was obvious from watching them on stage, their presence, the quality of the melodies, entertaining the audience with all the positivity and joy they transmitted, totally enjoyable, we hope to see them live again soon…”
“…The advantage of a support act like this is that the backline is reduced to one central mic, which meant the changeover was non-existent, with no time wastage…”
– extracts from thesentinel.es