At the End of Sunset
Rick Royale, described by Vodka Magazine as an 'artist and visionary', combines the trash and jangle, Americana of the Replacements with the California cool of Tom Petty or The Byrds and the Rock 'n' Roll heart of Lou Reed's Velvet Underground. Constantly pushing towards the future while never failing to recall the past... Rick Royale has been on the cutting edge of the indie music scene since he moved from Canada to Los Angeles with his rockabilly band, The Rattled Roosters, in the early 90's. After 3 full length records, numerous singles & compilations, and due to the regional success of later projects like POPism and The Royales, Rick has earned his reputation as a prolific and talented songwriter as well as a peerless live performer. He now splits his time between both coasts. When not touring, Rick plays every Tuesday in New York City at a night he started called WhiskeyBreath. The Village Broadsheet claims that WhiskeyBreath is the 'stomping grounds for just about everybody who's anybody on the East Village music scene today.'