A Night of Rockabilly: The Royal Hounds and Kitty Rose & The Rattlers

The Royal Hounds

There's a reason The Royal Hounds spent two years getting a work visa for guitarist Matheus Canteri move to America from Brazil. Canteri is easily one of Nashville's top guitarists and makes The Royal Hounds one of the city's most unique bands. Nashville staple Derek Hoke once said, "There is no one in town doing what they do." The roots rock and roll trio has been wowing and entertaining audiences across America, South America, and Europe since 2011 and are still going strong. With their third studio album due out in summer of 2019, The Royal Hounds bring a unique approach to live music that includes good ol' rock and roll, country shredding, swing, honky tonk, bass surfing, instrument swapping, and anything else they can think up as part of their on-stage antics and quirky take on music. Not content to merely stand there and play, The Royal Hounds successfully marry quality musicianship with stellar showmanship.

Kitty Rose & The Rattlers

Kitty Rose has been performing across the United States since her first release “Greatest Hits!” in 2005. Beginning as a West Coast highenergy country western artist, her band garnered rave reviews for its live shows appearing at South by Southwest, North by Northwest, Midwest Music Festival, Nashville’s Americana Fest and many notable venues. By 2007, she released her “Live at the Ryman” album, which received solid national airplay on country music stations and college indie stations alike. Kitty opened for Kris Kristofferson, Aaron Tippen, Southern Culture on the Skids, Hootie & The Blowfish & Cake in support of this release. Relocating to Atlanta in 2013, she turned her sights on her secret passion, rockabilly. After assembling a top line up of Atlanta musicians, including David O on lead guitar and YV on drums, Kitty recorded the vinyl single “Bourbon Bound” along with the video by Thrillmedia which propelled the band to regional standing in the rockabilly scene. The full-length follow up “Gotta Wind Down” was released in early 2016 on Crackerjill Music. Invitations to perform at rockabilly festivals poured in from New York City to Tucumcari, Charleston to Myrtle Beach, for the newly-renamed “Kitty Rose & The Rattlers”. Kitty Rose & The Rattlers released their 2nd vinyl release for Crackerjill Music “Up Side Down”, featuring the title track as well as “Junkin’ Jimmy’s Car” in early 2018. This led to their invitation to record at Sun Studios in Memphis, the home of rockabilly. These “sun sessions” were released in September 2018 as "Rattling the Sun”. Kitty Rose & The Rattlers continue shaking and rattling across the US with several festival dates already set for 2019.

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