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Progressive, percussive neo-hippie Funk has proclaimed a new cult captain in Rusted Root, where acoustic guitars meet up with African and Latin percussion in this hugely successful jam band. Hooking a massive live following, due to an energetic and entrancing live show, has surely led to this success of this Pittsburgh act, who mesmerize with exotic improvisations. Rusted Root have built up a following from their days as a coffeehouse duo, to playing as a full band college act, to opening for the Grateful Dead, the Dave Matthews Band, Page and Plant, and more.
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Aug 17 Thu 7:30 PM Rusted Root Arcada Theatre
Saint Charles, IL
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Aug 20 Sun 7:00 PM Rusted Root Green Bay Distillery
Green Bay, WI
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Aug 24 Thu 8:30 PM Rusted Root Saint Andrews Hall - Detroit
Detroit, MI
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Aug 25 Fri 8:00 PM Rusted Root House Of Blues - Cleveland
Cleveland, OH
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Aug 27 Sun 8:00 PM Rusted Root Bell's Back Room
Kalamazoo, MI
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Oct 13 Fri 7:30 PM Rusted Root B.B. King Blues Club & Grill - New York
New York, NY
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Oct 20 Fri 7:00 PM Rusted Root City Winery - Boston
Boston, MA
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Oct 21 Sat 8:00 PM Rusted Root & Donna the Buffalo Tarrytown Music Hall
Tarrytown, NY
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Dec 1 Fri 8:00 PM Rusted Root Infinity Hall - Norfolk
Norfolk, CT
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Dec 29 Fri 8:00 PM Rusted Root Turning Stone Resort & Casino - Show Room
Verona, NY
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Rusted Root's self-produced debut album When I Woke appeared in 1994 on Polygram. With support from college radio and a good buzz from the band's entrancing live show, When I Woke became quite successful in alternative circles during 1995-1996, especially with singles such as "Send Me On My Way" and "Ecstasy." In mid-1996, Rusted Root released the Evil Ways EP, a compilation of live tracks with the band's contributions to the movies Twister and Home for the Holidays. Rusted Root's second album, Remember, followed in October. Produced by Jerry Harrison, it reached the Top 40 in its first week of release. A self-titled LP followed in 1998.