About a year ago, Broncho toured through Nashville. They played a small venue in the northern part of the city, basically nowhere near anything else and out of reach from the hordes of “Nash-Vegas” tourists downtown and just a bit too removed for the craft-beer-sipping hipsters in East Nash. That night, Broncho lit up the small, dim room. There was a considerable amount of mumbling onstage coming from lead signer Ryan Lindsey‘s mouth. Bassist Penny Pitchlynn stayed mostly inconspicuous on the right side of the stage but plucked ferociously through booming bass parts. The crowd was held spellbound. The level of mesmerization that Broncho commanded from the small group at The Stone Fox in Nashville persists through their newest studio release, Double Vanity.