aLIVE Coverage | Bonnaroo
Nashville-based rock band All Them Witches triumphantly returned to Bonnaroo at This Tent Thursday evening after first busting out of the local independent rock scene with a 2015 appearance at the festival.
Described as many musical genres, from blues rock to neo-psychedelia, the oner-time quartet has become a trio since 2015. Its latest album, “ATW,” was released in September 2018
While its Thursday night Bonnaroo performance mainly included recent songs from such as “Sleeping Through the War” and “ATW”, the band also performed older tunes such as crowd favorite “Charles William” from the 2013 album “Lightning at the Door.” Other songs that got the audience jumping were “Diamond” from the album “ATW” and “Alabaster” from “Sleeping Through the War.”
The performance ended with “Blood and Sand/Milk and Endless Waters” from the album “Dying Surfer Meets His Maker”, which features a Robby Staebler drum solo on vocalist-intramentalist Charles Michael Parks Jr. balancing his guitar on his fingers.