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Ruen Brothers

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Jason Lyles and Ruen Brothers rock nightfall!

Red bear radio

Jason Lyles and Ruen Brothers will be performing at Nightfall Friday May 24!

29mins

22 May 2019

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WoodSongs 940: Ruen Brothers and Kittel & Co.

Woodsongs Vodcasts

RUEN BROTHERS were inspired by their music aficionado father who raised the duo on a steady diet of The Rolling Stones and The Everly Brothers, the two would rehearse in the family kitchen while scrounging for gigs in their blue-collar hometown of Scunthorpe, England. The brothers quickly collected a global audience of fans, none more influential than iconic producer Rick Rubin, who quickly recognized their talent and promptly took the brothers under his wing. The brothers’ artistic background and pedigree come into full focus on their debut studio album ‘All My Shades of Blue’.KITTEL & CO. is a contemporary string collective fronted by violin virtuoso Jeremy Kittel (formerly of the GRAMMY award-winning Turtle Island Quartet). Kittle has worked such diverse artists as My Morning Jacket, Yo-Yo Ma & the Silk Road Ensemble, and Bela Fleck & Abigail Washburn but for the last few years, the Brooklyn-based artist has been diligently building his own repertoire of music for a wholly original new group. ‘Whorls’ is the band’s debut album on Compass Records and it inhabits the space between classical and acoustic roots, Celtic and bluegrass aesthetics, folk and jazz sensibilities.WoodSongs Kids: Ivey Station is a siblingfiddle duo from Cedar Bluff, Alabama made up of Jenalee and Elijah Roberts.

1hr 20mins

25 Oct 2018

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WS940: Ruen Brothers and Kittel & Co.

The WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour Podcast

RUEN BROTHERS were inspired by their music aficionado father who raised the duo on a steady diet of The Rolling Stones and The Everly Brothers, the two would rehearse in the family kitchen while scrounging for gigs in their blue-collar hometown of Scunthorpe, England. The brothers quickly collected a global audience of fans, none more influential than iconic producer Rick Rubin, who quickly recognized their talent and promptly took the brothers under his wing. The brothers’ artistic background and pedigree come into full focus on their debut studio album ‘All My Shades of Blue’.KITTEL & CO. is a contemporary string collective fronted by violin virtuoso Jeremy Kittel (formerly of the GRAMMY award-winning Turtle Island Quartet). Kittle has worked such diverse artists as My Morning Jacket, Yo-Yo Ma & the Silk Road Ensemble, and Bela Fleck & Abigail Washburn but for the last few years, the Brooklyn-based artist has been diligently building his own repertoire of music for a wholly original new group. ‘Whorls’ is the band’s debut album on Compass Records and it inhabits the space between classical and acoustic roots, Celtic and bluegrass aesthetics, folk and jazz sensibilities.WoodSongs Kids: Ivey Station is a siblingfiddle duo from Cedar Bluff, Alabama made up of Jenalee and Elijah Roberts.

59mins

25 Oct 2018

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Episode 164: The Ruen Brothers & Monster Jack The Yeti

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Our favorite boys from Scunthorpe, England take us through the ups and downs of their musical journey so far. We talk red papayas, eggplants, Twobacca, sexual foxes, codheads, Paris Texas, Bulgarian night terrors, and a gold robot. We love these boys dearly. Show them some love sleeper fam Bonus content every Monday: https://www.patreon.com/TigerBelly Sponsor Links: https://www.ridgewallet.com Promo Code: TIGERBELLY http://blueapron.com/belly See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

1hr 59mins

17 Oct 2018

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#108 From Scunthorpe to Brooklyn w/ The Ruen Brothers

The Road to Now

Henry & Rupert Stansall (aka The Ruen Brothers) began their musical careers playing in the Working Men’s clubs of Scunthorpe in Northern England at a time in life when most of us were only beginning to discover music. In the almost two decades since, their road has led them to London, Los Angeles, and finally to Brooklyn, NY, where they currently reside. In between, the duo now known as The Ruen Brothers has covered thousands of miles, playing for tens of thousands of people. Along the way, they’ve been celebrated by the BBC, signed by Dolphus Ramseur, and recorded an album with famed producer Rick Rubin. In today’s episode, Ben Sawyer speaks with Henry and Rupert about how they discovered the music that influenced their sound, the victories and losses that come with abandoning the security of home for the uncertainty of the outside world, and the lesson they’ve learned about what matters in building a successful career in music. The Road to Now is part of the Osiris Podcast Network. For more on this episode and all others, visit our website: www.TheRoadToNow.com

51mins

8 Oct 2018

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Ruen Brothers ACLFest2015 Interview

KTRU Rice Radio

Hear Ruen Brothers from Austin City Limits Weekend 2 speak with KTRU Rice Radio's own Steven D. Powell talk about touring in the United States, working with Rick Rubin at Shangri-La, and their spirit animals!

15mins

23 Oct 2015