Raveis Kole Electronic Press Kit
ABOUT: (long bio)
Raveis Kole is an eclectic, acoustic based Americana/Folk/Singer Songwriter duo that blends Southern California freedom, Middle Eastern mystery, European panache, and a gypsy's adventurous spirit, while featuring caramel smooth vocals, percussive acoustic guitar rhythms, and jazz guitar fingerstyle counterpoint and bass inspired grooves. Their songs draw you in with armor piercing lyrics that float like a butterfly and sting like a bee!
From their home in Bellingham Washington, Laurie Raveis and Dennis Kole have performed all over the US as well as in the UK and Canada, and are Billboard charting artists who have opened for Cory Henry, the Edgar Winter Band, and the Wailers. Their recent album debuted on Billboard Heatseekers Chart at #11, is currently spinning on 170+ radio stations across 13 countries and 5 continents, and has been nominated for 3 Hollywood Music in Media Awards.
Some recent notable features include New Day NW (NBC TV), Guitar Girl Magazine, and KC Cafe Radio (Folk Alliance International). (more on our blog)
The rave is ... Raveis Kole!
QUOTES: (more press quotes)
“Beautiful melodies ... powerful vocals ... creating soulful and heartfelt music. ”
— Guitar Girl Magazine
“What is absolutely certain, however, is at the moment when Laurie Raveis and Dennis Kole first met, a synergy was born that would blossom into one of the most talented singer/songwriter duos around today. ”
- KC Cafe Radio
“'Angel From Montgomery' has been covered dozens of times, but few have done it as much justice as Raveis Kole. They build the song from its origins into Celtic Americana, and further into a modern day canticle, the employment of finger-picking guitar, mandolin, banjo, and accordion laying the perfect foundation for Laurie's soaring vocals. ” — JD NASH, AMERICAN BLUES SCENE
MUSIC LISTENING - "Electric Blue Dandelion Nashville Sessions"
JOIN US MARCH 31 – APRIL 2, 2023 The Tucson Folk Festival is a FREE and accessible festival celebrating Americana and Folk Music traditions and all the wonderful variations, including bluegrass, blues, country, jazz, Celtic, zydeco, and various styles of Latin and Mexican music! This annual family-friendly festival is held in some of the most historic sections of Tucson.