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2016 debut from the Americana duo. "It's southern raised indie rock". Though it's virtually impossible to classify the thoroughly unique entity that is The Roosevelts, this statement by guitarist Jason Kloess certainly tells part of the story. As one half of the electric duo along with singer James Mason, the two brothers in song - not blood, though maybe beards - have been playing together for years and cultivating a sound that's a little bluesy, a little bit country, a little bit rock 'n' roll. Sure, there's some mandolin in there. But most importantly, it's just heartfelt, genuine music that belongs to them alone, not any genre.
2016 debut from the Americana duo. "It's southern raised indie rock". Though it's virtually impossible to classify the thoroughly unique entity that is The Roosevelts, this statement by guitarist Jason Kloess certainly tells part of the story. As one half of the electric duo along with singer James Mason, the two brothers in song - not blood, though maybe beards - have been playing together for years and cultivating a sound that's a little bluesy, a little bit country, a little bit rock 'n' roll. Sure, there's some mandolin in there. But most importantly, it's just heartfelt, genuine music that belongs to them alone, not any genre.
700261435985
Roosevelts - The Greatest Thing You'll Ever Learn

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Format: CD
Label: TTEE
Rel. Date: 04/22/2016
UPC: 700261435985

The Greatest Thing You'll Ever Learn
Artist: Roosevelts
Format: CD
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2016 debut from the Americana duo. "It's southern raised indie rock". Though it's virtually impossible to classify the thoroughly unique entity that is The Roosevelts, this statement by guitarist Jason Kloess certainly tells part of the story. As one half of the electric duo along with singer James Mason, the two brothers in song - not blood, though maybe beards - have been playing together for years and cultivating a sound that's a little bluesy, a little bit country, a little bit rock 'n' roll. Sure, there's some mandolin in there. But most importantly, it's just heartfelt, genuine music that belongs to them alone, not any genre.
        
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