Mammoth WVH Performs “I’m Alright” At Jimmy Kimmel Live

Mammoth WVH Performs “I’m Alright” At Jimmy Kimmel Live | Society Of Rock Videos

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Wolfgang Van Halen, son of the legendary Eddie Van Halen, brought his rock project Mammoth WVH to the stage of Jimmy Kimmel Live! on January 24th. The band, which Wolfgang created as a solo venture, delivered a powerful performance of their 2023 single I’m Alright.

Wolfgang wasn’t alone on stage. He was joined by his talented bandmates: guitarists Jon Jourdan and Frank Sidoris, bassist Ronnie Ficarro, and drummer Garret Whitlock. Together, they unleashed a wave of electrifying rock that had the audience cheering.

I’m Alright is the band’s fourth single, following hits like “Another Celebration At The End Of The World”, “Like A Pastime”, and “Take A Bow”. Both the single and the band’s 2021 self-titled debut were produced by Michael Baskette and recorded at the legendary 5150 studios, the same place where Van Halen recorded many of their classic albums.

For Wolfgang, this appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! was a chance to showcase his musical talent and carve his path in the rock world. And judging by the audience’s reaction, he did just that. Mammoth WVH’s music is resonating with fans, and their energy on stage is undeniable.

But Wolfgang and his band aren’t stopping there. They’re hitting the road again soon, with a string of US tour dates kicking off on February 21st in St. Louis, Missouri. If you’re a fan of rock music with a touch of Van Halen magic, don’t miss your chance to see Mammoth WVH live!

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