New York City, New York, USA

Over the past six years, Stilts has played 300+ shows in 20+ states and earned a reputation as an electric live act. With their unique brand of feel good rock n roll and catchy songwriting, Stilts is a band to look out for in the upcoming year.


Through the course of 250+ shows, STILTS has developed a signature sound that combines deep funk, rock 'n roll, jam, disco, reggae, bluegrass and latin styles. Their originals range from long compositions to more simple and poignant structures. Vocal harmonies and thoughtful, playful lyrics play a large part in their music.

Previously known as the band Big Meat (, STILTS has performed from the tip of Maine to the bottom of Florida developing a following both at their shows and online ( STILTS originated in Northeast CT in 2000, back when all the members were in high school. Their sound matured through college, and in 2005 they hit the road. Since that time they have been performing at Festivals, Colleges, and Clubs all over the East Coast.

Their live act is electric, unpredictable, and unforgettable. STILTS constantly adds new originals and covers to their repertoire. They successfully balance the line between taking the music seriously and having a ball on stage with their fans, mixing great originals and covers with light hearted performances such as Mario Bros tunes, Running with the Devil, Gin and Juice and the Top Gun Theme. On special occasions you may even get some on stage antics like their famed Mario Bros. Halloween Set.

STILTS is now based out of New York City. After taking some time off from the road, they are getting prepared to record a new album, which will be far and beyond anything they have recorded thus far.

STILTS has performed at 100's of bars, clubs, festivals, and school with many nationally touring bands.

National acts STILTS has performed with:
Particle, Gavin Degraw, Granola Funk Express Bad Fish, RAQ, U-Melt, The Breakfast, New Monsoon, The Code Talkers, The Samples, The Press, The Burnin Symrnans, Green Lemon, The Brew, Barefoot Manner, The Recipe

Schools STILTS has performed at:
Connecticut College (CT)
Uconn (CT)
Weslyan (CT)
Trinity (CT)
Muhlenburg (PA)
Pomfret School (CT)
Hyde School (CT)
Groton School (MA)
Bowdoin (ME)

Festivals STILTS has performed at:
Becket Fest (MA)
The Satori Awakening Fest (PA)
Woodbury Ski/Groove Fest (CT)
Camp Jam, New Years (FL)
Ashefest (NC)
Reggae/Jam Fest (ME)
Spook Jam (FL)
Harvest Fest (ME)

Previously known as BIG MEAT, these reviews were written before the band changed their name to STILTS.

“Big Meat (STILTS) Melted my Entire Face Last Night”, Florida Music Forum.
By Dale McGinnis, founder of Funk n Jam Productions and site administrator, Dec, 2005.

”Big Meat (STILTS) melted my entire face and head last night. If you haven't taken the time to go absorb Big Meat (STILTS), now is the time to do so. Absolutely incredible. One of the best musical jams I've ever heard from anyone - anywhere - ever. I know you think I'm exaggerating... but if you heard them you'd know. Right now I'm clear of mind and rested. I can honestly say…one of the best jams ever…There's a new band in Orlando ya'll, and it's nothing like we've ever had before.”

“Big Meat (STILTS) Satisfies Audiences’ Hunger for Rock”
Weekly Writer, Muhlenberg College, PA.
By Falynn Bleiberg in Oct 2004

…“Their onstage interaction is genuine, and it comes through in the ebb and flow of the music. They obviously enjoy both the music and the audience, and their enjoyment transfers to the crowd.”

“Big Meat (STILTS) Energetic At Tequila Cove”
The Daily Campus, UCONN
By Kimberly Primicerio, Jan, 29 2007

“Big Meat (STILTS), a band full of energy, was an all-around goodtime…The band's unique lyrics like, "I can't sleep even with a glass of wine in Rome," and funky style make Stilts worth viewing.”

“Jambando @ Hard Rock Live”, Q's House Radio.
By Q, May 29, 2006

“This Jambando show was definitely the most successful if not best attended Hard Rock show I've been to. Jambando is a loose collection of Jam Bands in the Orlando, FL area…They (Stilts) seemed just as likely to include a wail'n guitar solo as they were to beat box or play spoons….Just relax and enjoy.”


2001 - "Its What's for Dinner"
2003 - "Bigger Than the Bun"
2005 - "To be Perfectly Frank"
2009 - To be announced...

Set List

Set lists change from show to show. Show can range from 45 minutes to 4 hours, based on available time / audience.

Repertoire: Over 60 songs