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article imageRoadcase Royale to perform at Gramercy Theatre, release new album

By Markos Papadatos     Jul 26, 2017 in Music
New York City - The band Roadcase Royale has signed with Loud & Proud Records, and they announced their upcoming show at Gramercy Theatre in New York.
Roadcase Royale, is comprised of Nancy Wilson, a founding member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band Heart, as well as R&B vocalist Liv Warfield from Prince's New Power Generation. In addition, the group is made up of Chris Joyner on keyboards, Ben Smith on drums, Ryan Waters on lead guitar and Dan Rothchild on bass. Liv Warfield is responsible for the vocals, and the same holds true for Nancy Wilson on guitar and vocals.
A sextet of musicians, Roadcase Royale made their live debut March 25, 2017 at the fifth annual "Rock Against MS" benefit concert in Los Angeles.
Their new debut album together, First Things First, will be out on September 22, via Loud & Proud Records. The forthcoming CD was produced by Dan Rothfield of Heart and Roadcase Royale.
On September 10, Roadcase Royale will be headlining Gramercy Theatre in New York City, and they will embark on a major tour in the United States this fill, with tour dates to be announced in the near future.
Digital Journal chatted with Heart's Nancy Wilson about Roadcase Royale.
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