RSL Presents: Steven Roth / Lily & The Parlour Tricks / The Okay Win
There’s a reason Steven Roth has had the honor of opening for legends such as Robert Plant and Roger Daltrey. It’s this same reason Roth’s following is swelling and his recent L.A. shows have been packed to capacity. Perhaps it’s also why Counting Crows frontman, Adam Duritz, chose Roth from over 3,500 artists to perform at his SXSW showcase. Roth will also perform at music blogger Ryan Spaulding’s Outlaw Roadshow at Rusty’s in Austin, Texas.
Lily & The Parlour Tricks is the perfect combo of pretty and gritty. The Tricks' 2011 EP was recorded live at the legendary Daptone Studios in Brooklyn, and they are currently hard at work on a follow-up album, recorded at The Magic Shop in SoHo. With their soaring harmonies, raucous attitude, and what Aesthetes Anonymous calls their "deadly sex appeal," Lily & The Parlour Tricks keeps its audience dancing and howling for more.
The Okay Win is a Boston-based band that has consistently grown since it began playing shows in 2009. It has released four albums and performed around the northeast. It has shared the stage with such acts as Kevin Devine, Portugal. The Man, Colour Revolt, and many more. In 2012, the group performed at the House of Blues and was featured in the Boston Phoenix's Best Music Poll issue as one of the seven bands to look out for. Its latest effort, Leveled, was decidedly its most cohesive and realized piece to date.
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