GQ Says “You Need” New Rose’s Pawn Shop Album Gravity Well
Top Five Most Added At Americana Radio This Week
Fall Tour Kicks Off With Riot Fest Chicago This Weekend, Includes Hardly Strictly Bluegrass In October
September 10, 2014 – Adding to the wave of positive press for the new Rose’s Pawn Shop album Gravity Well, GQ put the album in their weekly Punch List of “things you need to watch, hear and read this week.” GQ joins an ever-growing list of press with praise for the album, which is out this week, including CMT Edge, American Songwriter, XPN, The Bluegrass Situation, Engine 145 and more. The album is also one of the top five most added at Americana Radio this week as well, alongside Justin Townes Earle and Dead Man’s Town – A Tribute To Born in the USA.
Check out the GQ Punch List here: http://gqm.ag/1ojhPnn
Gravity Well is streaming at The Bluegrass Situation, who say it’s an “impressive new record… the Los Angeles five-piece know how to hold your attention from the moment the needle hits the groove.” Listen here: http://bit.ly/1tvZpH5
The band kicks off their Fall tour this weekend with a set at Riot Fest Chicago. They’ll also play Hardly Strictly Bluegrass and Yonder Mountain String Band's Harvest Music Festival in October as part of the tour. A full list of tour dates can be found here: http://rosespawnshop.com/tour/
Gravity Well is produced by Ted Hutt (The Gaslight Anthem, Old Crow Medicine Show, Dropkick Murphys). The band spent two-and-a-half weeks of pre-production work with Hutt before heading into Kingsize Soundlabs in L.A. for another two weeks to record Gravity Well. This gave them time to focus and refine their sound. The band put faith in Hutt to help them get the sonic elements in place in order to create the cohesive sound of the album. They worked hard to make sure the album made sense as a whole, leaving many songs off the record that didn’t serve the overall sound of Gravity Well.
For more information on Rose’s Pawn Shop, please contact Rob Krauser at REK Room Media, firstname.lastname@example.org or 917.703.8361.