The Mighty Pines recently released a cover of The Rolling Stones' "Wild Horses"

Article Contributed by United Interests | Published on Wednesday, October 2, 2019

The Mighty Pines take on The Rolling Stones’ classic in their latest single, “Wild Horses”. The roots rock quartet release “Wild Horses” just ahead of their headlining East Coast tour, where they will visit cities such as Nashville, Washington D.C., Atlanta and Boston. They will also be opening for The Commonheart at Mercury Lounge in New York City.

Listen to “Wild Horses” here and find tour information here.

The Mighty Pines are a soul-inspired roots rock band influenced by the wide rivers and red-brick streets of St. Louis. With soaring vocals and thoughtful composition, the two principal songwriters shift the band’s sound from catchy rock ‘n’ roll to earthy instrumentals. The Riverfront Times heralds the band as “a talented young quartet engaged in the roots and rhythms of bluegrass but mixed with a more contemporary ear for harmony and production.”

The Mighty Pines is made up of Neil Salsich (vocals, guitar), Gerard Erker (mandolin, banjo, vocals), John Hussung (bass, vocals) and Mike Murano (drums). They have released three studio albums, played hundreds of live shows across the country and shared bills with renowned acts such as JJ Grey & Mofro, The Dead South, Fruition, Sam Bush and Railroad Earth.