The Greatest Thing You'll Ever Learn
About The Roosevelts
Alt-rock band, The Roosevelts, formed in Austin, TX, independently releasing their EP "Cold Sheets" in 2013 produced by Dwight Baker (The Wind and The Wave, Bob Schneider, MISSIO). After constant touring and writing their debut album, they moved to Nashville, TN in 2015. They released their debut album "The Greatest Thing You'll Ever Learn" in 2016 and packed their schedule with a run of at-capacity tour dates with acts like Johnnyswim, Robert Earl Keen, Green River Ordinance and Grace Potter & The Nocturnals, a featured spot at the BMI Songwriters Festival in Key West, and spots at tastemaker festivals South by Southwest (SXSW) and Austin City Limits Festival. They kicked off 2017 with a 50 date headlining tour all over the United States. The fall of 2017 brought about some changes as previous lead singer, James Mason, left to pursue other passions. Lead guitarist, Jason Kloess, brought on the band's good friend, Mitchell Kilpatrick, as the new lead singer and have been writing and recording new material.
Their show provides a rousing, dance-worthy compilation of songs, but also features poignant tunes that scale the depth of their personality and communicate their story with remarkable power. Having a charismatic ability to connect with fans and a genre-spanning set of songs, concert-goers can’t help but smile and dance – making The Roosevelts a band that music fans of any genre can’t afford to miss.