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Raina Rose House Concert
Wednesday, August 15, 2012 from 7:30 PM to 10:00 PM (CDT)
Saint Paul, MN
Hello good friends and strangers,
I recently learned of the awesome Raina Rose from a friend. Raina is making her way to Minnesota this summer. We'll be hosting a house concert and would love for you to come and hear her good tunes.
See you soon,
Sarah & Bill
Here's a bit of her info:
Raina Rose has played The Kerrville Folk Festival, High Sierra Music Festival, Oregon Country Fair, Storyhill Fest, Fayetteville Roots Fest, Groovefest, Pickathon, International Folk Alliance, SXSW as well as about 200 hundred dates a year at colleges, clubs, and coffeehouses since 2005.
The Living Room (New York City), Club Passim (Boston), The Tin Angel (Philadelphia), The Bluebird (Nashville), The Cactus Cafe & Stubbs (Austin), The Aladdin Theater & Mississippi Studios (Portland), Hotel Cafe & Room 5 (Los Angeles), The Tractor Tavern (Seattle), Uncle Calvin's (Dallas), Swallow Hill (Denver) and many more.
Artists Raina Has Shared The Stage With
Todd Snider, David Wilcox, Rebecca Loebe, Anais Mitchel, Danny Schmidt, Carrie Elkin, Red Molly, Jonathan Byrd, Storyhill, Gregory Alan Isakov, Steve Poltz, The Bacon Brothers, Jill Sobule
"...bursting with talent"- WFUV, John Platt NYC
“Raina Rose's fourth full-length album, When May Came, will surprise you with its cohesion and simplicity. Between her big voice, with its unusual blend of twang and jazziness, and her whimsical sense of storytelling, Rose is definitely not just another boring indie folk songstress.”- Redefine Magazine
"I'm always moved when I sense an artist is leaving everything on the table, and with When May Came Raina Rose seems to dig deep for a powerful release. Recorded live over "four sweltering September days in Austin, TX" the album strikes me as immediate, honest and, best of all, lyrically and musically compelling." - KBCS, Sean Donovan
"She’s not afraid to get plenty of grit under her fingernails with her words, and her voice has head-spinning potency. I only caught a couple songs, but she sold me." - Sarah Hagerman, Steam Powered Preservation Society
"You jumped on every song like a cat, broke my heart, made me laugh and I knew that I could brag about you to anyone and feel completely justified." - Jonathan Byrd