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Hailing from Nashville, American Bang are steeped in tradition but they’re hardly part of the Music City Mafia. No country stars they: they’re styled as blue-collar, middle-American hard rockers, at least when the tempos are revved up and they’re doing the “Whiskey Walk.” When things slow down — and not even all the way down to a ballad, just enough for a mid-tempo anthem — it becomes clear that they’re the first of what is likely to be many bands indebted to Kings of Leon, substituting earthbound barroom rock for KOL’s Americana pretensions and U2 aspirations. Thanks to veteran producer Bob Rock, the group is slickly effective — he provides a brick wall of sound that almost camouflages Jaren Johnston’s drawl and gives those echoey arena-fillers definition.


Formed: 2005 in Nashville, TN

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Playing raucous, strutting hard rock with a classic sense of style and contemporary sweat and swagger, American Bang were a four-piece band from Nashville whose were determined to prove there's still room for rock in the world's capital of country music. American Bang were formed in mid-2005 by members of two busted Nashville rock acts. Lead guitarist Ben Brown and drummer Neil Mason had worked with Llama, who released an album for MCA in 2001 that largely fell on deaf ears, while lead vocalist and...
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