The Resonant Rogues craft fresh songs from a variety of vintage folk 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 band is led by partners Sparrow and Keith J. Smith.  The pair met in Asheville in the Autumn of 2012, and their instant spark lit a blaze that could not be contained. Since then, they have dedicated their lives to crafting and sharing their music, touring extensively around the world. The Rogues weave the threads of European, Middle Eastern, and American folk music together into a beautiful tapestry that simultaneously showcases tradition and innovation.

The Rogues’ third studio album, Autumn of the World, will be released on May 31st online and at the Mothlight in Asheville with support from Bill and the Belles. 

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Album Release Tour Dates:


Wed, 6/12: Soldotna- Music in the Park

Thu, 6/13: Talkeetna- Fairview Inn

Fri, 6/14: Palmer- Musk Ox Farm with Super Saturated Sugar Strings

Sat, 6/15: Homer- Alice’s Champagne Palace

Sun, 6/16: Seldovia- Crazy Crow House Concerts

Thu, 6/20: Seward- Resurrect Art

Fri, 6/21: Hope- Solstice Festival + Seward- Yukon Bar

Sat, 6/22: Seward- Yukon Bar

Sun, 6/23: Sutton- Library


3 July: Southport – Grateful Fred’s at Atkinson Theatre
4 July: Sheffield – Cafe 9
5-7 July: Suffolk – Maverick Festival
11 July: Stroud – The Prince Albert
12 July: Rudry – Rudry Music Festival
13 July: London – The Green Note
14 July: Maidenhead – Norden Farm Center for the Arts
15 July: Bath – The Bell Inn
17 July: Colchester – Three Wise Monkeys
18 July: Winchester – The Hyde Tavern
19 July: Somerset – Franny’s Meadow Festival
21 July: Isle of Skye – Parlor Concert
23 July: Sterling – The Settle Inn
24 July: Glasgow – Gathering South XII
26 July: Dorset – The Square and the Compass
27 July: Poole – Beer and Bluegrass Festival



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