Currently we are featuring Wishing Well as a free download, and Diggin Song, and Temperance, as pay-what-you-want downloads.
If you like what you hear, why not download all of Roosevelt Dime's brand new album, Steamboat Soul, in your choice of any format you want, including high-def. No iTunes, Amazon, or CDBaby, this is straight from the horse's mouth to your ears!
$9.99USD or more
Compact Disc (CD)
Hold the Dime in your own two hands! It's the only way to get Jason Walz' wonderful comic-strip depiction of the band, illustrated in classic Bazooka-Joe style on the inside and back panels of the case. With your purchase, we also include immediate download of all 13 tracks in any format you desire, including high-def.
See show details just to the right of the cover art above.
Imagine yourself relaxing on a steamboat as it lazily floats down the Mississippi River all the way to The Big Easy. Suddenly, the band strikes up a tune, music fills the air and everyone is on their feet, clapping, dancing and singing along.
Welcome to the world of Roosevelt Dime, a five-piece, Brooklyn, N.Y.-based band that blends elements of acoustic jug-band blues, classic New Orleans soul and neo-folk to create an original sound best described as Kings County Steamboat Soul. The band’s nontraditional lineup — consisting of banjo, electric and washtub basses, percussion, trumpet and woodwinds — and seamless mixture of musical genres has been described as "a perpetual crowd-pleaser" by the New York Times. Now, the group is poised for a breakthrough with its new album Steamboat Soul.
So hop aboard the S.S. Rosie and get ready for the ride of a lifetime!
Thank you to all of our generous backers and benefactors through Kickstarter who made this music possible.
Executive Producers: Eli Pariser, Rachel Green, Emanuel Pariser, Israel Horowitz, Jared Pickard, Israel Fitch, Jay Erickson, Nat Zilkha, Kamin Green, Gavin Becker
Special thanks to Keith Collins, Dalene Dutton, & Lynne Phillips
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