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The Resonant Rogues craft fresh songs from a variety of vintage styles, featuring vocal harmonies accompanied by accordion, guitar, banjo, fiddle, and upright bass. With a passion for folk music that spans continents and oceans, The Rogues weave the threads of Appalachian folk, Swing Manouche, Vintage Country, and Euro folk together into a beautiful tapestry that simultaneously showcases tradition and innovation.

We have been staying busy during quarantine, writing and learning songs, and converting a short bus into the adventure tour bus of our dreams! See what we’ve been up to, and meet the bus…..

Update on shows- It is still unclear when in person gatherings will be safe again, though we are starting to play some socially distanced, small outdoor concerts that are designed to be a safer way to experience live music right now. Our fans have been hosting these in backyards, parks, and we’ve played in some restaurants and bars that have significant outdoor space. Get in touch if you’d like to host!

The best way to support right now is to hop on our PATREON, where we have been posting tour blogs, new songs, photos, and writings. You can visit our MERCH STORE and order some things to keep you company through quarantine- we have vinyl records, new T-shirts and tote bags up! Also, stream our music, and watch our videos.

 

rogues_reading_ John Gellman

“Their music abounds with influences like Eastern European Romani brass bands, New Orleans street jazz, old-time stringbands, Woody Guthrie anti-fascist folk, French jazz Manouche, and Middle Eastern rhythms.”  –Hearth Music
“Their intense cohesion is so intertwined that it feels like they’re playing with one pair of hands.” –No Depression
“Soaring, haunting vocals” -Lonesome Highway

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