With an arsenal of banjos, guitars, mandolin, fiddle, pedal steel, upright bass, and thundering drums, Rose’s Pawn Shop will kick off 2013 with two key performances in the Mountain West including Salt Lake City on January 12th and Bosie on January 13th. Hot to trot on the Americana circuit, Rose’s Pawn Shop is clearly a band to watch in 2013 with a number of festival and theater performances already slated for the coming year.
Rose’s Pawn Shop is known for creating a brand of music that is as unique as their influences. The band combines a musical melting pot that incorporates the old style American sounds of Woody Guthrie, Bill Monroe, and Hank Williams alongside high energy punk of The Ramones, and The Pogues, and the melodic songwriting sensibilities of Elliott Smith and The Beatles. Their sound is a wholesome mishmash of creek mud, rusty nails and your mom’s cookin’. It’s sincere, straight-forward and undeniably sexy.
On any given day you might find Rose’s Pawn Shop playing the Georgia Theatre in Athens, busking the streets of Jackson Square in New Orleans, opening for Jack White and The Raconteurs at the Henry Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles, ripping the walls off the club in their month long residency at the Parkside Lounge in New York City, or hitting the main stage of Floydfest in Virginia. On any given day they’re out there, growing their music, igniting their passion, and converting an ever increasing congregation of loyal fans.
The band will be kicking off the first leg of their 2013 national tour with just two key dates in the Mountain west this January including stops in Utah and Idaho before kicking off their Spring tour later this year. For more information about Rose’s Pawn Shop check out www.rosespawnshop.com for ticketing details, or for further tour information.
Rose’s Pawn Shop – The Arsonist – Live at Good Neighbor
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