Rose City Kings recently performed their new album A Love So Strong on KINK’s Skype Live Studio. A Love So Strong has remained on Roots Music Report’s Top 50 Contemporary Blues Album chart for 3 months. You can enjoy their performance by clicking these links:
Dave Roger’s of WTJU in Charlottesville reviews new music adds for the station. Dave says that RCK is a “tight outfit” that can “offer a good time to lots of people.” He says, RCK is “reminiscent of the upper echelon of club bands that cover blues and rock & roll and even a touch of the island sound.” To see the full article, click here.
Blues 411 has added Working Girl Blues to its Chef Suggestions – The Stuff Ya Gotta Watch. Blues 411 is a new internet station that features Carefully Curated Blues Music with its Baker’s Dozen program. You can download their radio player from their web site. Or, you can click on this SamCloud link: http://listen.samcloud.com/w/71723/Blues411-Radio
It is also available on TuneIn Radio at http://tunein.com/radio/Blues411-Radio-s261461/
Kane Taylor of Positively Entertainment attended the Album Launch Party for A Love So Strong in June. Kane described RCK as a “primo dance band,” adding “People just start moving.” RCK performs “well-crafted songs, backing vocals and a somewhat improvisational nature”. The audience received a different show every night. Kane’s article appears in the August issue of the magazine. Click here for a complete copy of the review on page 7.