Indie-Folk-Pop's Arrica Rose & the ...'s New Release Show
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Rock out to the music of the '80s and '90s when 93.1 Jack FM brings together a stellar lineup for its annual concert blowout. In addition to the iconic Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, you'll also see Collective Soul, Billy Squier, Violent Femmes, Bow Wow Wow and Naked Eyes. Joan Jett has eight platinum and gold albums and nine Top 40 singles, including the classics "Bad Reputation," "I Love Rock 'N' Roll," "I Hate Myself For Loving You" and "Crimson and Clover." Collective Soul is defined by their catchy melodies and guitar-driven songs that dominated the Billboard charts throughout the '90s. Billy Squier became one of the first faces of MTV in the early '80s, starting with his video for "The Stroke." The party anthem rocketed to No. 3 on Billboard's Mainstream Rock chart, launching Squier's career into the stratosphere. The Violent Femmes got their big break when Chrissie Hynde asked them to open for a Pretenders show at the last minute. Their raw sound and honest lyrical perspective has since influenced such artists as Pink, Keith Urban, The Smiths, Nirvana, Lou Reed and John Cusack. Bow Wow Wow's smash track "I Want Candy" defined the early '80s, and the group appealed to pop and New Wave fans alike. British New Wave band Naked Eyes exploded into the Top 10 with their cover of the Burt Bacharach/Hal David tune "Always Something There to Remind Me" and have never stopped since. Learn More
Let Alone Sea, (produced by Dan Garcia with Arrica Rose), is Rose’s most honest and intimate work to date; a collection of 10 timeless songs with a warmth and depth usually reserved for vintage recordings. With its haunting melodies and imaginative lyrics, Let Alone Sea walks the unique line between contemporary and classic. Part folk, part dream pop and vintage rock, the album was recorded live to analog tape then layered with Rose’s sultry vocals, Andrew Sister-esque harmonies, strings, horns, and pretty noise.
Arrica Rose coined the name The …’s (The Dot Dot Dots) to describe the collaborative nature of her project which has evolved from a 4 piece guitar-driven band to also include an intricate sonic landscape of keys, mandolin, toy piano, omnichord and more.