“MBJ had the crowd with them from start to finish. ” - Charlie Denison
— Yellowstone Newspapers
MBJ - Mighty Big Jim Band
Original Rock n' Roll and Covers
Diamonds and Tears expands on the band's raw rock sound featured on their self-titled debut. The new album features 11 original tracks that bring to mind the 70's rock n' roll sound for a new generation. MBJ and The Tall Boys provide high energy jams on songs such as "Find My Way To You" and "That's All You Need." The album also showcases seasoned songwriting on tracks "Play Me Some Petty" and "Mendocino Girl." Diamonds and Tears is an invigorating ride of original music that is sure to please fans of album rock n' roll.
MBJ and The Tall Boys excel on the stage, bringing exciting energy and a set of songs, any crowd can connect with. The bands musical ability shines on original takes of popular rock n' roll songs. MBJ will captivate the audience with a new classic sound. This is a show you don't want to miss.
Mighty Big Jim and The Tall Boys (MBJ) first took the stage together in 2013 and have been working ever since. Heavily influenced by Tom Petty, Bruce Springsteen, The Allman Brothers and The Band, this roots rock n roll band jams many originals and covers. Veteran singer/songwriter Jim Devine fronts the band with Casey Malkuch on lead guitar and vocals, Jon Redlin on bass and vocals, Jayson Eslick on drums and vocals and Katelynne Eslick contributes lead and harmony vocals. MBJ released their first full length album in February 2017. The follow-up album Diamonds and Tears is scheduled for release February 2019.
Mighty Big Jim and The Tall Boys bring a fiery intesity to each song, taking the crowd with them on this Rock n' Roll adventure. Mighty BIg Jim also blends in his personality, cracking jokes with the audience and bouncing banter back and forth with his bandmates, who share his sense of humor and impulsiveness. A mix of covers and originals, MBJ and The Tall Boys do not disappoint. They put on a show to remember, and they always rock harder than you imagine. Charlie Denison - Yellowstone Newspapers