Feed The Kitty isn’t just another LA band. Technically, they’re an LA/Orange County band, but the real point is that around these parts they’re known for working harder than any band in SoCal.
This self-managed trio plays 300 shows a year, from Hollywood to Dana Point to New York City to Europe! With a few thousand gigs already to their credit they long ago must have gone Top 10 on the all-time list of Most Shows Ever Played By A Rock Band! You know, probably.
Feed The Kitty’s third studio album, Westbound & Down, features “California Country Girl,” which has been heard on 88.5 FM and K-EARTH 101 radio in Southern California. “Whenever I play ‘California Country Girl,’ I can count on listener response,” says 88.5 FM deejay Jim Nelson. “Feed The Kitty sounds great on the air.” They are working on their next album now, once again recording at Dave Grohl’s famed Studio 606 in Los Angeles with producer John Lousteau (Foo Fighters, John Fogerty, Rush).
In the three minutes a week that Feed The Kitty isn’t playing a gig or recording an album, they’re busy making mini documentaries (well, okay, just one; it’s called Feed The Kitty: The Movie and it’s a lot of fun) or running around placing songs in films and TV shows, including in the Oscar-nominated Ryan Gossling movie Lars And The Real Girl and in National Lampoon’s Cattle Call, and the TV show Rogue used three of their tunes. And because sleep apparently isn’t necessary when you’re young, handsome, and in the self-described hardest-working band ever, Jed and Jack host the popular Feed The Kitty Power Hour on healthylife.net every Wednesday from 2-3pm (LA time).