Filthy Still

Filthy Still

Filthy Still started as a solo act on the streets of Providence, Rhode Island by frontman Jesse Roderick in the year 2008. After a few solo tours of mostly house partys and basement shows, Filthy Still was brought to a whole new level when drummer Jeremy Garland, banjo player Matt Olson and bassist Mike Walker all joined the band. On July 13th, 2010, they played there first "official" show as a full band with The Goddamn Gallows at Club Hell in Providence. Eventually, Artie Elmer joined the band playing his own style of 2 string washtub bass. they continued to play small clubs all over the Northeast and quickly started to gain recognition for there unique "Americana Punk" sound. After playing the 2010 Coney Island Rockabilly Fesival, they were offered an 8-week tour with Charlotte, NC's Hick'ry Hawkin's & The Panty Sniffers, an offer they could not pass down.

On December 12th, 2010, washboard player, backing vocalist, and Brother, Dylan Wolk, unexpectedly passed away in his sleep after the band played a show in there hometown of Providence. His untimely death nearly put the band to rest. After a couple months of not playing, the band decided to stay together and come back stronger than ever, in honor of Dylan. His spirit will forever be carried on thoughout the band, and his voice and screams can be heard on numerous tracks of there debut album, "All Bottled Up" which will be released in the spring of 2011.

On February 22nd, 2011, Filthy Still set out for there first tour with friends Hick'ry Hawkin's & The Panty Sniffers. 8 weeks on the road. The tour started out all around the Northeast with a rough start and ended down in South Florida 2 months later, and ended up being very successful. They have continued to tour almost non stop for there first year as a band and they will be playing on the Coney Island Cockabilly Road Show and traveling cross country starting in September of 2011. Look for Filthy Still in a city near

Antoine Dukes

i get grumpy when i'm hungry, watch out!

Nashville based singer-songstress, Rachel Kate, has been regularly touring the US on her own for the past two years, bringing her boho feisty soul folk style from east to west. So far this year she has played over 80 shows.She released her debut album "Rachel Kate, with Love and Hate" in September and has begun recording her sophomore album that is due to be released in the spring of 2015.

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Before relocating back to her hometown of Nashville, TN, Rachel Kate was residing in Charletson, SC where, in 2013, She was awarded Singer-Songwriter of the Year AND Rockabilly/Americana Artist of the Year by the Charleston City Paper. She has performed at festivals such as Muddy Roots (TN), the Jam Room Music Festival (SC), Underground Music Showcase (CO), and Farmageddon Records Music Fest (MT). As a musician on The Unchained Tour-from the author/creator of the Moth Podcast, Georg Dawes Green, along side Peter Aguero, Neil Gaiman, and Edgar Oliver. Rachelkate has a shared the stage and played festivals with Shovels and Rope, Son Volt, Those Darlins, Kaki king, Two Man Gentleman Band, Shooter Jennings, Mechanical River, Water Liars, Andrew Combs, Christian Lee Hutson, Carrie Nation and the Speakeasy, The Kernal, and many more.



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Filthy Still with Antoine Dukes, Rachel Kate

Wednesday, August 7 · Doors 8:00 PM / Show 9:00 PM at Rose Music Hall