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Spencer Bebon (Vocals)

Jad Qaddourah (Guitar)

Seth Henriquez (Keys)

Lester Gilman (Drums)

William Corona (Bass Guitar)

 

With a captivating front-man, blistering guitar leads, and a thumping rhythm section, Rabbit’s Foot has an exciting and original sound that still manages to feel classic.

Honest songwriting and stellar musicianship shape their sound as they pave new territories of what it means to be a rock n’ roll band, shown on their debut EP, entitled Tracks, which ranges stylistically from electric blues, to laid-back reggae. Rabbit's Foot's second release, Fresh From Mama's Garden, is packed with classic charm and infatuating hooks, featuring the addition of a horn section comprised of trumpet, tenor saxophone, and trombone. Fresh From Mama's Garden showcases the band at their finest, with a refined sonic landscape that still carries over the raw energy of their live show.

The sonic texture of Rabbit’s Foot is based on the band’s dynamic, their ability to listen to one another, their minimalistic approach to arrangement, and the constant desire to move an audience, both physically and emotionally.  

Touching upon elements of funky Motown-era soul, to the guitar driven blues of the 1960’s, Rabbit’s Foot emphasizes the importance of musicianship, evident through their live shows, while simultaneously churning out compelling songs.  Their music ebbs and flows from joyous feel-good funk songs, to poignantly fierce blues and soul, all while maintaining a pop-sensibility that allows their sound to always feel accessible and understandable.