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ROGUE WAVE + Business Of Dreams
Appearing Live at Moes Alley
Wednesday, May 9th
Presented By (((FolkYEAH!!!)))
8:30 PM, Doors Open 8:00 PM, $18 Advance, $20 Day Of Show,

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(((FolkYEAH!!!))) presents the debut performance of ROGUE WAVEBusiness Of Dreams support.

VIDEO- Rogue Wave "Lake Michigan" from the album "Asleep At The Wheel"- Brushfire Records

Rogue Wave are excited to announce the 10th anniversary re-issue of their seminal album ‘Asleep at Heaven’s Gate’ and will be on a national tour in spring to play the album in full as well as other favorites. The limited edition 2xLP reissue will be fully remastered and will feature 4 rare or unreleased tracks, including a version of the Beatles’ “All You Need is Love”.

Over the decade and a half that Rogue Wave has made music, Zach Rogue has continued to expand his band’s emotional spectrum. Drawing inspiration from the inevitable delusions of everyday American life, Rogue, his longtime bandmate Pat Spurgeon, and their fellow members have returned reinvigorated, and with a fresh sound founded on the art of patience, the fearlessness of experimenting, and the unbridled joy of creating something meaningful to help us navigate through these vacant times. Trusting in its own abilities and leaning on each other, Rogue Wave has seized creative control of its identity and sound and is set to smash any preconceptions of its music, revealing the most truthful, powerful, and urgent sonic blueprint of the band to date.

“I wanted the duality, he says, “I wanted the thematic conflict. This is a record of things being out of balance and at odds with one another.”

Taking a longer break in between albums than ever before, Rogue enjoyed his extra time off at home in Oakland with his children. The songwriting process for Rogue Wave’s music is always the same—“me, alone in a room,” as Rogue says—and this time around, he found the most success at home in his bedroom or while driving in his car, even learning to embrace his two-year-old son’s “experimental tunings” on his beloved Taylor guitar. Lyrics, however, did not come as easy, and Rogue only found success with his words when slowing himself down and recognizing that his wild juxtapositions of lyrical themes actually felt right. “I wanted the duality,” he says, “I wanted the thematic conflict. This is a record of things being out of balance and at odds with one another.” Thematically, Rogue Wave’s music has never drifted too far from the subject matter of emotional battles with fear and joy in equal parts.

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