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Rocket 3 is Portland's hottest & coolest rock trio. Their debut full length album, BURN, will be released on Nov 4, 2014. A confidential press site is available upon request- email ramune at yahoo dot com.
Ramune is an electric guitar playing singer-songwriter who likes to rock. Her songs are poetic vignettes of life’s struggles presented against a backdrop of distorted electric guitar, driving bass lines, and rock n roll drums. She is a relative newcomer to music. Ramune released her debut album, a six song EP called Truth and Beauty, as a solo artist in 2011. In 2012 she formed a band, Rocket 3, with Vytas and Drew.
Ramune's brother, Vytas Nagisetty, played bass in Rocket 3 until May 2013. He has a professional background in jazz, classical, and world music. Rocket 3 live shows included his mind-bending improvisational interludes that defied imagination, yet seemed completely at home in the rock trio format. Tony Guzman, Rocket 3's new bass player, is also the bass player for Jerry Rig.
Andrew Anymouse plays drums. He is a professional geek, a former runway model (haha, true), and a man who loves to wear animal hats and animal ears, Drew provides entertainment value. He is also an incredible drummer.
Rocket 3 live shows are a must-have experience- full of unpretentious sincerity, disarming silliness, and compelling musicianship.
Recording engineer and producer, Matt Jefferson, is the invisible fourth band member. His influence has been essential in band development.
The six songs from Ramune’s debut EP, Truth and Beauty, can be downloaded for free. The EP is also available on Spotify, iTunes, Amazon, and Rhapsody. Don’t miss the cover songs (click on ‘more songs’ to see all the songs), which include White Rabbit and other classics.
Ramune is a Lithuanian name. It ends with a long E and rhymes with goofy.
KZME live session posted here: http://www.sessionsfromthebox.com/sessions/?p=910
Two KINK 101.9 fm radio interviews are posted here.
Ramune talks about growing up with a weird name, coming from an international background, why it is important to be a positive role model for girls, the meaning of the lyrics to Shiny Suburban Day, and her new band, Rocket 3.