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The Resonant Rogues / Press

“Their intense cohesion is so intertwined that it feels like they're playing with one pair of hands. Harmonies seem to pour from one set of lungs. On the street, you might think they're a quartet of hipster kids. Onstage, the fluency they wield for their craft (or, I should say "crafts") is impressive, in that understated kind of "come close and listen up," kind of way. No doubt a thing they've honed playing on the street. But while some busking just doesn't translate into a listening room, these guys bring the spirits of Django Reinhardt and Squirrel Nut Zippers along to mingle throughout their set.”

“Want to hear the melting pot that’s the ongoing cultural experiment known as the United States of America? Then you should listen to the Resonant Rogues. The Asheville, N.C., group blends Balkan, klezmer, gypsy, hot jazz and old-time influences to create a genre-blending music that couldn’t happen anywhere else.”

“The Resonant Rogues' music resonates with sounds from the past. It reeks of smokey railside campfire singalongs and draws energy from the streets of New Orleans. It's the kind of rhythms that make swing dancers move, the kind of songs that howl through cobbled Eastern European streets.”

Shaun Kittle - Adirondack Daily Enterprise