Help REBEL HOUSE RADIO Bring Their Rock To The Masses!

Los Angeles, CA (PressExposure) July 22, 2014 -- REBEL HOUSE RADIO's debut album, "One More Day" is coming this Fall! RHR is a brand new Los Angeles based rock band, featuring a unique fusion of thick, layered guitars and Hammond B3 Organ. The focus of the record was to incorporate hummable/memorable vocal melodies and lyrics, solid grooves and all-around Rock flavor. The Mikes (Mike Blumberg & Mike Mangan) have truly managed to achieve this!

While bandleader of Mike Mangan's Big Organ Trio, Mike Mangan performed with such greats as Keith Emerson (Emerson Lake and Palmer), Marc Ford (The Black Crowes, Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals), as well as opening for acts such as Robben Ford, Robby Krieger, Umphrey's McGee, Dr. Lonnie Smith, The New Mastersounds and many more.

Mike Blumberg has performed with bands such as Miles Evans Band (Son of Gil Evans), Particle as well as opening for artists such as Les Claypool, Maceo Parker (Bandleader of James Brown), Robert Randolph & The Family Band, Shooter Jennings and many more. Mike is also a member of HillWilliam, who's song "I'm All In" will be featured on Comedy Central's Drunk History Baltimore Episode tomorrow (July 22nd, 2014)!!

Follow this link to check out a brief video about the band's campaign on IndieGoGo, watch live footage, listen to song samples from the record, and peruse the list of AWESOME perks that RHR is giving away to those who contribute:

The campaign was created to help raise funds for an upcoming debut music video, the pressing of the album in both Compact Disc and Vinyl formats, as well as the proper independent promotion strategy to build a solid fan base and bring this album to the masses!!

Please spread the word around as the campaign is already off to a great start! There are just 26 days left so check out the link ASAP!! (Campaign ends around August 15th, 2014) SUPPORT INDEPENDENT MUSIC!

Thank you from REBEL HOUSE RADIO!

Press Release Submitted On: July 21, 2014 at 10:07 pm
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