Roosevelt Collier Trio: Railroad Earth Official After Party w/ Special Guests

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Roosevelt Collier Trio: Railroad Earth Official After Party w/ Special Guests

Soft-spoken by nature, South Florida-bred Roosevelt Collier does his hollering on the pedal steel guitar. Brought up in the "sacred steel" tradition of the House of God Church, Roosevelt built his reputation alongside his uncles and cousins in The Lee Boys, known for their spirited, soul-shaking live performances. Seated front and center, "The Dr." leaves an indelible mark on listeners, flooring audiences with his lightning-fast slide work on the pedal steel. At festivals, he is a regular "Artist at Large," performing alongside many of music's most prestigious acts, from the Allman Brothers, to Los Lobos to the Del McCoury Band. No matter what the context, when Roosevelt takes the stage the ear-to-ear grins can't help but be contagious. Shake it like a caveman is a one man band. Formed in Tennessee in 2005. Shake it like a caveman simultaneously plays slide guitar, harmonica, kick drum, kick snare, hi hat, and vocals. This is dance party music with heavy influence drawn from Memphis, TN and the Mississippi hill country sound. The artist has released multiple independent recordings in the USA and has released 2 recordings in Europe on the French Rock n’ Roll Label-Beast Records. Shake it like a caveman currently performs worldwide at festivals, club dates, radio and TV.

“Rock Et Sauvage” Elle Magazine Paris, France

“A Sexy Trance Inducing Experience” The North Coast Journal Humbolt County, California

“Electric neo-blues & amped-up disco porn grooves” The Philadelphia Examiner

“Shake it like a Caveman makes music that rocks like only a 10-piece outfit can. The thing is, Shake It Like A Caveman is a one-man-band”. KUT- Radio Austin, Texas

“Exuberant and gritty garage-stomp. Instantly, this music spoke to me”…. Nashville Scene

“Shake it like a caveman’s electric convulsive twist provide a hearty tonic for lingering spiritual deficits.” Indy Week, Chapel Hill, North Carolina

“Authentic broken down no messing proper sounding old school blues that is good for your soul.” Organ- London, England

Shake it like a caveman is no stranger to the highway. He’s a one man band dance party, thrusting somewhere between poolside film scores and early American work songs. Sonic and Visual dynamite that makes you move that thang.