The West Texas country rock band was formed in 2019, consisting of Sam Canty, Lance Vanley, Jeremiah Vanley, Kelly McKay, and Andrew Carey.
While the band grew up listening to rock, geographically, where they grew up gave them some pretty thick accents. While some might see that as a downfall, Treat Oak Revival took it as an opportunity to blend Texas red dirt roots with rock/punk flares for a unique sound.
While their primary following still resides in Texas, they are quickly gaining traction from country music listeners around the country and turning the heads of big names in the industry.
Koe Wetzel recently had the group join him at Dickies Arena in Fort Worth, Texas, to open up his sold-out arena show.
But some of the best places to catch these guys are small bars, where you can feel their energy and passion for the music they make.
“We usually get a really energetic crowd. It becomes a really nice cycle of high energy, and it gives a little bit for everyone.
No one feels like they are put in a box in our show. Sometimes we will say to each other after a show, ‘That was wild.’ That’s what we want.”