Dusty Rhodes and the River Band
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|Dusty Rhodes and the River Band|
Dusty Rhodes and the River Band "Dear Honey" video shoot
|Labels||Side One Dummy|
|Website||Dusty Rhodes at Side One Dummy Records|
|Past members||Tim Schneider
Allen Van Orman
Dusty Rhodes and the River Band were an American six-piece indie-rock group from Anaheim, California. They were heavily influenced by the folk-rock sounds of The Band, the orchestration and production techniques of Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys, and the progressive-rock energy of groups like Yes.
The band toured and played with national acts, including Dirty Pretty Things (band), Brand New, Gogol Bordello, Blind Melon, Flogging Molly, Jonny Lang, Los Lobos, Mofro, Shooter Jennings, The Aquabats.
Dusty Rhodes and the River Band finished recording their second full length in January 2009. The album is titled Palace and Stage, it was produced by Ted Hutt and featured 12 new tracks. Palace and Stage was released on May 19, 2009, by SideOneDummy Records.
In March 2010, the group finished a self-titled album produced by Juan Suarez. It featured new recordings of previously released material in addition to newly composed songs. The album Dusty Rhodes and the River Band was self-released on July 6, 2010.
|2006||Cut Open Like a Fish
|2007||First You Live
|2009||Palace and Stage
|2010||Dusty Rhodes and the River Band
- Dustin Apodaca – vocals, synthesizer, accordion, keyboard, bells
- Kyle Divine – guitar, vocals, ukulele
- Andrea Babinski – violin, vocals
- Edson Choi – vocals, guitar, bass
- Eric Chirco – drums, marimba
- Brad Babinski – bass guitar