"Riverboat Queen" by The Dustbowl Revival

imageVenice Beach’s beloved “roots collective” known as The Dustbowl Revival recently released their third album entitled Carry Me Home. The record continues the band’s mission to mimic or cover the Americana pioneer genres by mixing ten hodgepodge tracks of swamp blues, gospel sweat, porch bluegrass, and gypsy jazz. Produced by Eric Lilavois at Crown City Studios and recorded by twenty-seven members of the collective, this is the big band’s boldest collection to date. And as always, it’s their original songs that prove the consortium’s worth as not just being a novelty act. Listen to the reliable chanteuse, Caitlyn Doyle, croon her soul on “Riverboat Queen”:

The Dustbowl Revival will be performing every Wednesday this month for a residency at The Mint.

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Tonight’s show is themed “Vaudeville Circus Night” and also features Leftover Cuties and The Two Man Gentleman Band.


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0 thoughts on “"Riverboat Queen" by The Dustbowl Revival

  1. Irving says:

    That is a great song! Her voice is amazing and their style is great.

  2. […] The Dustbowl Revival is a true music collective, but chanteuse Caitlin Doyle was always a vital staple. The band lost her when she moved to Nashville with her boyfriend Zach Smith and together they became Smooth Hound Smith. But now the couple is back in Venice Beach, living out of their van, and couch surfing between gigs. Their debut self-titled album was produced by Raymond Richards (Local Natives, Honeyhoney) and it’s a bevy of folksy jives made for croonin’ or boot stompin’ as each song carries a sweet taste of soul sweat and blues grit. Here’s the album’s opening track “Get Low”: […]