If you like good music and good drinks then a Sunday night at King Tut's Wah Wah Hut is where you ought to be, especially when bands such as Mt. Doubt are playing. Led by their lead singer Leo Bargery, these guys know how to put on a good show with their multi instrumental alt-rock sounds, the night was an unforgettable one. The show opened with their song "68th and Orbit" which had a very acoustic mellow vibe, unusual for the opening of a gig but very effective as it drew the audience closer so that they could listen and connect more. Soon enough they played some more of their upbeat songs such as "Afterglow" and "Unravelling" which got the crowd more pumped up and enjoying the night. It was slowed down again with their final song as a solo song with an acoustic guitar standing at the front of the stage singing "Waiting Rooms" which captured the entire room with the deep baritone voice of Leo Bargery. I think it was safe to say that everyone, including myself, were left wanting more at the end of their last song. I can't wait to see where they go next in their career, one to watch guys.
Photo/review by: Tyler Sams