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Traveling Broke and Out of Gas / Bio

Led by the sultry vocals of Rachael Yanni and cerebral songwriting of Cody Hall, Traveling Broke and Out of Gas has created a niche for themselves with their own brand of diverse, Folk inspired sounds. The moods, tempo, and instrumentation change from song to song, keeping both the audience and the band on their toes.

Originally formed as a traveling husband and wife duo playing on street corners, living rooms, and campfires, Traveling Broke and Out of Gas, now with four band members, has an ever changing folk/blues/rock/country style and sound that has been appropriately labeled 'Bastard Americana'. Traveling Broke’s wide variety of original songs reflect themes of social justice, sustainability, freedom, family, and love. Soulful vocals and diverse instrumentation bring the powerful lyricism to a balance of musical madness, charm, and enchantment.

With three full length albums, and national and regional tours under their belt, Traveling Broke and Out of Gas is not slowing down anytime soon. Look out for them in your town, because they are coming; be it in a coffee house, dive bar, stadium, concert hall, or street corner.

Booking Inquiries can be sent to travelingbrokeandoutofgas@gmail.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/travelingbroke
Music available on iTunes and Bandcamp at www.travelingbrokeandoutofgas.bandcamp.com

General Info

Band Members
RACHAEL YANNI (Vocals, Washboard, Uke) CODY HALL (Vocals, Guitar, Drums) DAVIDE MARZOLI (Bass) MAX HEATHCOTE (lead guitar)
Artist Name
Traveling Broke and Out of Gas
Home Page
Active Since
Americana / Folk / Bastard Americana/ Psychedelic Folk

Contact Info

Lafayette, IN
Rachael Yanni

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