Trampled Under Foot rocked the Zoo Bar on Thursday March 20, with an incredible set lasting nearly three hours. The set featured covers ranging from Bob Dylan to Led Zeppelin as well as heart stopping originals from the brother/sister duo. "Slick Nick" and "Desirable Danielle" Schnebelen tore through tunes off their new album "Badlands" including "Bad Bad Feeling", "Down To The River", and "It's A Man's Man's Man's World" in a set that a fellow audience called, "Honest, energetic, and real". Personally, I found the show to be one of the best I've seen yet! Danielle's incredible bass and guitar skill as well has her unbelievably amazing vocals, (and let's not forget the fact that she's gorgeous) combined with Nick's unbelievable guitar playing made it a night to remember. Throughout the entire show, the audience was constantly moving and having a blast. In three hours, there was only one silent moment from the audience. In response, Danielle said with a chuckle, "It's okay, we're musicians. we're used to not being paid attention to." Overall, I'd give the show a 9/10 for the sound, showmanship, and generosity of the band.
On the topic of the album however, I'm actually going to award a 10/10. This album is incredible, and even better because it's available in limited quantities on vinyl. Every song touches the heart in a different way, and the album is full of great tracks for the whole family. My little sisters actually listened to the album and threw a dance party with it playing! Congrats to Trampled Under Foot for a job well done!