The Stone Foxes can put out old-fashioned bluesy rock music with their eyes closed and their hands tied behind their backs, but part of what makes the band so musically successful is their energy. Their live performances are never anything less than an explosion of pounding drums, powerful rhythms, and psychedelic hooks.
Right off the bat, the Stone Foxes’ live performance of “It Ain’t Nothin'” at The Chapel begins with a frenzy of manic energy. Every single member provides some sort of frantic intensity, while electric beats pulse and multiple voices contribute to the vivid vocals. Flashing lights and a hazy view add to the live allure and highlights the obvious band unity, as the members vibe off each other’s energy to fuel their own. With a continuous onslaught of subtle blues influences and the essence of pure rock, “It Ain’t Nothin'” is a time machine to other American rock bands of the 1970s.
Watch the Stone Foxes’ live performance of “It Ain’t Nothin'” at The Chapel below: