Many thanks to our good friend Milton Otto for these great photos from our show a few weeks ago at The Continental Club with KP and The Boom Boom. Always a night to remember!
Many thanks to Amy Price from Soundcheck Magazine for featuring ROXY ROCA in her review of the Old Settlers Music Festival. Here’s what she had to say:
Roxy Roca nailed their performance with a funky, sensual Southern soul all-out dance jam, so much so that no one cared any more if it was raining or muddy. You couldn’t help but move your body when the lead singer has moves like James Brown and a voice to match.
Read the full article, including some great photos from our set, here: Friends, family and music: nothing better. A review of Old Settlers Music Festival 2015.
There aren’t too many more weeks where we’ll be in town for our weekly Thursday night residency at The Blackheart with Mrs. Glass before we head out on tour for most of the summer. We’re going to miss it like crazy! Here are a few photos from the April 9, 2015 edition of Soul Thursday at The Blackheart, courtesy of our good friend Milton Otto.
We’re still flying high from the great experience we had at the Old Settlers Music Festival in Driftwood, TX last weekend. Check out this second gallery of photos from our set, courtesy of our good friend Edison Carter from Bitter Kitten Media.
The rain came down hard, but that didn’t keep us from having a fantastic time at Old Settlers Music Festival in Driftwood, TX this past weekend. Lucky for us, Old Settlers attendees are made of tough stuff — they weren’t afraid to get down in the rain and mud with us! A special treat: Texas legend Ray Wylie Hubbard told us that he watched our entire show and really enjoyed it! How cool is that?! Check out some photos from our set, courtesy of our good friend Milton Otto.