Migration of the Herd is the LAST Baltimore band in this global competition! Come support local music on FRIDAY, April 4th on Hard Rock Cafe's brand new pier, for the FIRST outdoor show of the season! MOTH has come very far in the contest, and would be honored to represent the city of Baltimore! Come party at this FREE show and help them get one step closer to the ultimate prize - a gig in Italy!
Second Round of the 2014 Hard Rock Rising contest. Come out and support your favorite band!!!
Partnering with breast cancer awareness group Pink Jams! We're playing at their annual holiday party at Hard Rock Cafe in Washington DC! Come have some fun for a great cause.
Migration of the Herd is BACK on 98 Rock's Noise in the Basement! This will be our last show in Baltimore this year, so we want to make this EPIC! Tickets are only FIVE dollars! Natty Bohs are only 98 CENTS the first hour! Please come out and let's make this a memorable night! We'll also be on 98 Rock for an interview the night before!
What an honor to be selected, out of thousands of submissions, to perform at this year's Main Street Music Festival! There are so many great bands playing, so come out and make a day of it! We play on the Duckpin Stage in the Diamondback Tavern at 1:45!
Sounds Like: Umphrey's McGee, Arctic Monkeys, The Aristocrats, The Dear Hunter, Frank Zappa
Bio: Migration of the Herd is a charismatic melodic rock band from Baltimore, Maryland. With an enormous musical library, MOTH has fun incorporating sounds from across the entire musical spectrum.
The band formed in 2008 when Wesley Satterfield and Zach Comes met in a music theory class. The lineup h...See Full Bio
"I always wonder if there's an interesting story or a hidden meaning behind a band name, and Migration of the Herd is certainly a band name I gave additional thought to. I had the luxury of seeing the Herd at the Hard Rock in Washington DC performing as part of a Pink Jams breast cancer benefit show and Hard Rock annual holiday Christmas Party. The band admits that their music is hard to categorize, and in my opinion, it's probably better not to try. Migration of the Herd is good, and you should listen for yourself and form your own theories and opinions. You owe it to yourself to catch a live show."