Dead Horses / Kate Rhudy
Hailing from Wisconsin, Dead Horses are known for the haunting vocals of frontwoman Sarah Vos, evocative storytelling, and a sound that bridges indie folk and their Midwestern approach to Americana. Lyrically, the band explores the human condition from personal musings to observations of the current American experience.
First introduced on a national scale through tours with friends such as Mandolin Orange and Trampled by Turtles, Dead Horses have performed on legendary stages such as Red Rocks Amphitheater, and have opened for UK rockers the Who.
My Mother the Moon, the band’s third album, has received considerable critical acclaim.
Folk/pop singer-songwriter Kate Rhudy worked alongside collaborator and producer Andrew Marlin of Mandolin Orange to create her 2017 debut, Rock N’ Roll Ain’t for Me. Rhudy’s plainspoken lyrics helped earn her a place on Spotify’s Infinite Indie Folk playlist.
“For those tired of Americana music from the male perspective, give Kate Rhudy’s debut a shot,” notes the Strangers Almanac.