No, Bruce Springsteen did not make an unannounced appearance at the Light of Day Winterfest in Asbury Park this year. Still, there was fair amount of magic in the night.
After a year of heavy touring, Bobby Mahoney and the Seventh Son have released their eponymous EP. With boundless energy, driving guitars, and catchy choruses that beg you to shout along, Bobby Mahoney and the Seventh Son works to convey all the spirit of a live show by a band that truly seems to love what they do.
What often gets left out of romantic ruminations on the 1920s is that the Roaring Twenties were reactionary to the terrible consequences of the First World War Often referred to as “The Great War,” it’s still regarded as one of the grisliest periods of history. With just two years until we’re in this century’s ’20s, New Jersey’s Bobby Mahoney with his band The Seventh Son is putting his money on a rebirth in the 2020’s in his aptly titled “Roaring Twenties,” which we’re excited to premiere today.
Whether opening for Bon Jovi in front of 20,000 people or rockin’ with a stacked lineup of local greats, Bobby Mahoney & the Seventh Son are as comfortable on stage as most people are in their lounge chairs. On behalf of Seventh Son drummer James McIntosh, guitarist Andrew Saul, and bassist Jon Chang-Soon, Mahoney shared the thrill of what has been his best year, along with plans for the rest of it. Enjoy!
The New Jersey rockers obviously come from an area that is used to pumping out punk-driven bands like it’s nothing.
With their new EP, Bobby Mahoney and the Seventh Son make sure to bring all of their past experiences together to make an enjoyable ride full of consistently catchy music. And it doesn’t seem like they are at all shy about where they come from.