Barn burning, country rock n’ roll: that’s The Mallett Brothers Band, a "6-piece living inferno" (Dispatch Magazine). Their unique style of Americana, rock, bluegrass and folk translates into a beautiful mess of wood and metal while their lyrics pull you in with stories of dirty trucks, longing heartbreak, blue skies and open roads.
Not your typical Americana band, not your typical anything band, they're able to meld the sounds of their heroes like Waylon Jennings, Neil Young, and Steve Earle with the energy of a punk show and Floyd-like complexity. "I love these guys and I don't even like country," has been heard on more than one occasion, and speaks to their ability to draw from that diverse pool of influences. Every song is written on acoustic guitars, but they all offer a side-road: electric guitars, dobro, mandolin. The Mallett Brothers Band has become one of the best acts to come out of New England, and they'll prove it to you.