The WildCat-- "AudioSlave Meets Lenny Kravitz"
-Underground Columbus Radio
Produced by Joshua James, The Wildcat's latest album marks the band's THIRD release. Ric Rocc (Drums), Robin Everhart (Bass), and Joshua Gollish (Guitar, Vocals) set out to create a new sound that reflected their passion for music: simple stomp-your-foot rock. Some listeners call it Smart Rock, some call it Garage, everyone says it rocks!
The band recently finished recording WildCat II to be released January 2010!
The band plays regularly for their growing LA following, selling out venues like Molly Malones. In 2008 the group played both coasts and this touring will continue in the Summer of 2009. We will be doing a FULL North American tour in April 2010. Dates to be released by December 09.
With over 350 college radio stations playing them, The WildCat aggressively promotes their music and presence.
In terms of sales, The WildCat is in Whole Foods LA and uses multiple online download sites including iTunes congruent to their brand.
At the end of the day, The WildCat is committed to making music- Rock 'N Roll.
Joshua Gollish (Vocals/Guitar), Ric Rocc (Drums), Robin Everhart (Bass)
The WildCat- The WildCat (Dec. 2008)
The WildCat- Live From Swing House (Sept. 2007)
The WildCat- The Dernier Cri (Extended EP) (Nov. 2006)
The WildCat- Album Release
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The Wildcat are a Hollywood, California alt-rock trio that’s part garage and part Americana. Joshua ...The Wildcat are a Hollywood, California alt-rock trio that’s part garage and part Americana. Joshua Gollish (guitar/vox), Robin Everhart (bass) and Ric Rocc (drums) give it all they’ve got on their third release, and full length debut, The Wildcat. The Wildcat rocks it old school, from the foot-tapping, hook filled guitar rock songs to the vinyl-lp replica looking CD.
The Wildcat opens with Nothing's Fresh, a deliciously bright rock tune with big guitar sounds and a real pop bent. This is rock and pop at its most streamlined and enjoyable. Lead vocalist Joshua Gollish reminds me distinctly of John Thomas Griffin of Cowboy Mouth, and at times channels a bit of Eddie Vedder to boot. The Wildcat is definitely more in the Cowboy Mouth territory, while Can't Sleep and Where The Wind Blows have that Seattle influence that is distinctly Vedder. The Girl is an incredible messy blues tune with lots of slide guitar and dirty licks. Shimmy Interlude is a fun little musical sidebar, and All That Remains hearkens back to a 1960's musical ethic. Other highlights include Shimmy Rock and Some Friends...
The WildCat Are Wild!
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Love this hard driven rock band on every song! Got it a couple of weeks ago and just can't listen to...Love this hard driven rock band on every song! Got it a couple of weeks ago and just can't listen to it enough. Keep on Rock 'N, go The WildCat Go.
The WildCat Plays UCLA
Great Stomp-Your-Foot Rock! Kristen T- UCLA Student Radio
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The WildCat is a 3-piece band out of the USA; they have a great sound with catchy tunes and GREAT po...The WildCat is a 3-piece band out of the USA; they have a great sound with catchy tunes and GREAT potential to become a band for the people.
Just listen to The Way You Do, the second single of these boys on Banana Peel Radio.
You will not be disappointed!
Great stuff guys.
Banana Peel Radio Vancouver Canada.
Set List (About 10 numbers, usually a 45 min. set; can play a double, 1/2 hour then 1/2 hour)
1.) Never Give You Up
2.) Nothing Fresh
3.) The Way You Do What You Do
4.) OverDrive (Guitar Switch)
5.) Quit You
6.) The Girl
7.) Shimmy Rock
8.) All That Remains
9.) Where The Wind Blows
10.) The WildCat
11.) Some Friends
There are no upcoming dates at this time.