About Stolen Rhodes
Classic rock meets modern sounds, Bruce Springsteen meets Dave Matthews. However you describe it, Delaware Valley band Stolen Rhodes makes music to please almost any crowd. At every show you are guaranteed to see a unique performance by talented musicians playing real instruments, making real music.
Since the band kicked off the release of their EP “From The Dark Side of 88” in May of 2009 at Surf Taco in Jackson, N.J, they haven’t looked back. Starting out as friends, Stolen Rhodes has journeyed quite the distance over the past year, beginning with small shows around the Jersey Shore and expanding to a weekly residence at Kildares in Philadelphia, Pa, headlining the famed Stone Pony, and performing at the Welcome America Festival in Philadelphia. The band has shown their patriotism, playing for all the sailors on the USS Wayne E Meyer; their musicianship, opening for national touring artist Angie Stone and finally, their dedication to the field of music by constantly striving to put on the best show in town, by playing 3 hour shows when allowed.
Fans describe band members Kevin Cunningham, Matt Pillion, Dan Haase, and Ian Petri as, “the hardest working band in the tri state area.” because the band plays several times a week, all without the help of a label or booking agency. Stolen Rhodes is currently working on their debut album, but in the mean time they are winning fans over weekly wherever they play.
For booking contact information: Stolenrhodes@gmail.com
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