About Red Sun Rising
The birth of RSR in the summer of 2006 was the start of a hungry group of musicians. RSR are very dedicated to their music and their experience that they give to their fans. RSR uses their music to say what they are feeling and make the public aware of truth, even if the truth is what we choose not to believe. All former college attendees, RSR uses their knowledge to research the issues they choose to speak of, “We don’t like to just throw around ideas or use topics we haven’t looked into and made sure our facts were straight about.” RSR is a must see band and are not justified, as of yet, by their recordings. Their high energy and charismatic stage presence combined with their thoughtful, melodic, hard-hitting rock songs captivate their audiences. And they were recognized for this as they are now the Cleveland Free Times’ 2008 Hard Rock Band of the Year.
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- The JamBase Podcast Episode 39: Yonder Mountain String Band's Adam Aijala & North Mississippi Allstars' Luther Dickinson
The latest episode of The JamBase Podcast features “The Art Of The Setlist” with Yonder Mountain String Band guitarist Adam Aijala, “Musical Mentors” with Luther Dickinson of The North Mississippi Allstars as well as “The Rundown” of recent news stories and is sponsored by Passion House Coffee and nugs.net.