“We make the noise of the midnight storm outside your door when you’re alone and you’ve had one too many glasses of bourbon.”
Consuelo’s Revenge is a six-piece roots-Americana / folk-rock outfit from Providence, Rhode Island, with a dark, untamed edge to their sound. UK equivalents would be groups like the Pogues, The Men They Couldn’t Hang or the Folk Devils, though there’s no mistaking Consuelo’s Revenge’s American roots, or their ability to find new territory to explore within their chosen genre(s).
They’re fortunate to have several talented singers within their ranks. Amanda Salemi, Alexandra Gibbons, Nicholas Smyth and Ian Lacombe bring a profusion of vocal variety to the table, and the girl / boy mix works particularly well, whether they’re singing together or one or other is taking the lead
The Dust Ruffles- An award winning, four piece, original, pop rock band made up of four of Rhode Island’s well known talents. Their reputation of four part harmonies, retro feel and unique pop style have made them well known in the Southern New England area.
Musical artist and songwriter Tammy Laforest teamed up with Alvaro Diaz from the famed Kanerko in 2013. They performed as a duo that could switch places between drums and vocals and guitar and vocals. In 2014 with the release of Tammy’s debut record “Copper” they were joined by renowned SexCoffee bassist Sharlene DeNardo and SexCoffee lead guitarist Bobby Dumont at the suggestion of the album’s many time Grammy Nominated producer George Dussault.