The Resonant Rogues Single Session
Taking influence from a variety of genres such as old New Orleans jazz, gypsy swing, and traditional Appalachian folk music, The Resonant Rogues present an undeniably unique and captivating sound of their own. The Resonant Rogues have a characteristic Asheville feel in the sense that they appear to be veteran street buskers, but unlike many Asheville street buskers The Resonant Rogues bring more than old-time and traditional Appalachian folk songs to the table. Their roots definitely lie in the mountain music of the Eastern United States, but it's a sound that's steeped in the music of Eastern Europe and the Balkan states, a sound that hearkens back to the likes of Django Reinhardt and the music of the 1930s, a sound that sets The Resonant Rogues apart from most bands you'll hear today.
The Resonant Rogues play shows in the Western North Carolina region frequently and have toured the United States and Europe extensively. Plans are made to record their second studio album this winter, which is slated to release in spring 2017. Be sure to keep up with The Resonant Rogues at the links below!
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