Fri, 05/26/2017 - 1:01 pm

Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out, Live and Dangerous, Frampton Comes Alive, Live at Leeds. All classic and unforgettable live albums with one thing in common LaVendore Rogue captured the sound of amazing artists playing live - raw and real. Once in a while, one of these great performances gets captured on an album, and that is certainly the case with their new record, "A Night In The North"

ln this phenomenal live recording, the quintet of experienced, road-hardened musicians are hitting you with their fiery blend of in-your-face, bourbon-soaked, cross-genre Roots, Blues and Rock 'n' Roll. Right from track one, "Dead Man's Chest", through to "Siesta Resistance", the band play with a fantastic vibe that can only be truly captured on a live recording.

Their singer JoJo Burgess comments: "We've always been told that our live performance is a spectacle to behold, and l feel we have really captured the feel of the band on this live recording. You really get to hear what we are all about."

As a follow-up to their critically acclaimed debut album, "Light Up With", it's obvious that the band will become a stalwart on the UK and European roots scene, as guitarist Joel Fisk mentioned: "Listening back to the recordings you can hear that we were tight, although we should be as we had gigged all over Europe and the UK in the lead up to that show! We are really happy with the outcome, and hope that our fans will feel the same way. We are also working on our second album at the moment, and this release will lead us into a full record of new material perfectly. lt's a really exciting time for us as a band, as our fan-base continues to grow."