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K.S. Rhoads

Vocalist, poet, and multi-instrumentalist K.S. Rhoads was raised in Michigan but relocated to Nashville in 2000, where he processed his autumnal and pensive pop/rock and roll audio. His debut recording, Dead Language, mainly documented in Rhoads’ East Nashville living space and made by Rhoads, Lij, and Robin Eaton, premiered on Alex the fantastic Recordings in 2008. Dark, conceptual, and unfortunate, but filled up with a survivor’s feeling of hope, Deceased Language was an extraordinary start, and gained Rhoads a tour place with Marc Broussard.

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