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River City Rebels

River City Rebels

River City Rebels


The River City Rebels are a rock and roll band that began in Vermont in the summer of 1999. Throughout multiple line up and stylistic changes, they have successfully managed to put out 6 albums. Originally on Victory Records, the band put out their first 4 albums. After a falling out and leaving Victory, the Rebels signed up with Rolling Thunder to record their 5th album in early 2006. "Keepsake of Luck" came out on Silver Sprocket on September 25, 2007. Read more on Last.fm
The River City Rebels are a rock and roll band that began in Vermont in the summer of 1999. Throughout multiple line up and stylistic changes, they have successfully managed to put out 6 albums. Originally on Victory Records, the band put out their first 4 albums. After a falling out and leaving Victory, the Rebels signed up with Rolling Thunder to record their 5th album in early 2006.

"Keepsake of Luck" came out on Silver Sprocket on September 25, 2007. After parting with Rolling Thunder, the Rebels started their own record label, Mod House Productions, and independently recorded their 6th album, "In Love, Loveless," in Canaan, NH and Sarasota, FL and their 7th album, "Done With Love", in Lebanon, NH. Drawing inspiration from the likes of The Clash, Bruce Springsteen, T.Rex, Bob Dylan, Gram Parsons, The Rolling Stones, and many others, The River City Rebels seize "The true essence of rock and roll music," and shake the shit out of the non-believers! Current Lineup Bios: Dan O’Day founded The River City Rebels in 1999 as the guitarist and songwriter and later took over permanent frontman duties in 2002 with the release of No Good, No Time, No Pride. Brandon Rainer joined The River City Rebels during the recording of their first album in 1999, Racism, Religion and War, playing trombone. In 2005, Rainer switched to playing keyboards for the release of Keepsake of Luck. He also plays harmonica and can be heard returning to trombone on “Hades”, the A-side of the 2012 single, Headed to Hell. J.V.McDonough was active in the Boston music scene of the 90s, most notably as the frontwoman, bass player and songwriter for the old-school-country-influenced garage band, The Magdalenes, and also played bass for jangle-pop geniuses, The Eddies.

After taking some time off from band life and relocating to New Hampshire, McDonough plunged wholeheartedly back into music when she joined the River City Rebels in the summer of 2010. She toured regionally with them in October 2010, and joined them for the European tour of April 2011. Her first studio venture with the Rebels is the 2012 released 7”, Headed to Hell. Guitarist Patrick Brownson has been a longtime part of the Vermont punk and hardcore scene, and was a founding member of veteran Burlington skatepunk band My Revenge. While attending university in Montreal, Quebec, he played organ for the Indica Records indie/pop act Bonjour Brumaire.

Brownson joined the Rebels in 2008, embarking on two national tours with them. He was also instrumental in the creative process contributing to the 2010 release Done With Love before branching out on his own as a singer/songwriter with the band The Flood. A River City Rebel once more, Brownson has taken over lead guitar duties in their latest incarnation and will be an integral part of their next full-length release, to be recorded in the autumn of 2012. It seemed just a matter of time before Levi Howard would be drumming for The River City Rebels. He’s been playing in bands in the Upper Valley for as long as the Rebels have existed, crossing paths countless times with them while drumming for The Foodstamps in the early 2000’s, and more recently with The Law Abiders.

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