Elephant In The Room’s deep play-list gives club owners and managers the luxury of fine-tuning material for their venue’s customers and audience preferences.
“EITR” comfortably veers between American, British, southern, blues, and Texas rock, with a twinge of classic soul and R&B. Most covers stretch from Tom Petty, The Eagles, Richard Thompson, The Cars, John Hiatt, John Mellencamp, some Motown and Memphis soul, to witty injections of Warren Zevon and Elvis Costello.
Reinforcing their broad range of material, EITR offers additional radio-ready Americana music, courtesy of Mitch’s recent solo album release, See Red by “The Supreme Soviet of Love.” The variety includes the up-tempo rocker “Close Enough for County Work” to the Springsteen-esque “Fourth of July,” a clever re-telling of the Garden of Eden scene in “Snake,” the eminently dance-able “Great Northern Avenue,” and the fiery, double-time “My Merciless Land.”
Elephant In The Room is available for club, corporate, and non-profit bookings. Now.
Contact: Mitch Berg
Please sample some of our music!
|Elephant In The Room, performing live at O’Garas in Saint Paul on Sunday, November 12, 2017.
(Photo courtesy of Marilyn Schletty)
|Elephant In The Room, performing at Sundance Golf Club in Maple Grove, on November 11, 2017.
(Photo courtesy of Mark Neukom)
|Jon and Mitch, exasperated with Tor and Paul for having just a little too much fun in the studio.|