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You can’t make a flower grow without getting your hands dirty. This philosophy drives the sound of The Muddy Roses and it’s that beautiful balance of grit and grace that is captivating audiences around San Francisco and quickly making this new and upcoming band a local Americana favorite.
There’s no denying The Muddy Roses is a vocally-charged band. Singer and songwriter, Elizabeth Lewis (West Virginia / Kentucky), delivers a rich, velvety punch of authentic southern soul that hits ya where it counts, while vocalist Rebecca Ainsworth (California) adds layers of lush, ethereal harmonies that can bring a tear to your eye. The band, led by guitarist and songwriter, John LoGiudici, infuses classic country and honky tonk with elements of blues, bluegrass, gospel, and jam to create a unique and dynamic sound that keeps crowds engaged and intrigued.
TMR recently stepped out of the “country music box” to record Robert Hunter’s Must Have Been the Roses in honor of Grateful Dead’s 50th Anniversary.
The band is also recording their debut album, with a limited EP release scheduled for early August.
Elizabeth Lewis (vocals), Rebecca Ainsworth (vocals), Diana Greenberg (fiddle), John LoGiudici (guitars), Jerry Logan (bass), Dean Powell (drums).