Amazing turn out for the Cannery

What a great night and huge success, our CD is officially out there! We can't thank the Cannery Music Hall enough for their amazing hospitality and top notch, high class service. Special Thank You's go out to John Normington for lights/video and meatballs in the green room, Chris Logan for awesome sound, and Majke Mauger Ellis, head of operations, host,and bar tending for her love for local music 🎶 

We'd also like to thank Daniel Hnatio and Active video and communication Steve Gillis our emcee for the night from radio station 100 the Pike and radio 98.9 Nash Icon Richard Axtman II NE Music, our producer, George Dussault, Cory Partlow with Shedding Zen, our significant others for running the merch table and keeping us in line and most especially YOU! Our Fans for coming out to support us and packing the house. WE LOVE YOU THANK YOU!!


Stop the Press... This Just In...

Sunday June 4th, 7:30 PM:  Stick it in your calendars gang! Roadhouse Strangers is teaming up with Toby Keith's I Love This Bar & Grill in Foxboro to bring you a ROCK SHOW OF EPIC PROPORTION! Come hear the Strangers deliver their most excellent rendition of some of the greatest classic and modern rock tunes along with the band's own ORIGINAL soundtrack that will leave you hungry for more.  You do not want to miss this!

Strangers pulling double duty this weekend

RHS will be serving up some saucy tunes at Frank's, 274 Shrewsbury Street in Worcester this Friday night. No cover, GREAT food and drink, so if you're in the area make sure to stop in. Band goes on around 8 PM.

On Saturday there is an awesome line up of bands for Rocking For A Cure 2017 in Fiskdale, MA. Tickets are $15 and there will be a 50/50 and raffle prizes given away throughout the day along with Hyland's Pavilion cash bar. This event is a fundraiser for Relay For Life team, Battling Sox. All proceeds go to Relay For Life(American Cancer Society). You don't want to miss It!

RoadHouse Strangers Hit the Studio

On the weekend of April 7th, Roadhouse Strangers packed upand headed down to Cumberland, RI where they met up with well known recording artist and producer, George Dussault. Talk about your marathon sessions, the Boys were rockin' it till the wee hours of the morning and George proved that he was an absolute wizard behind the recording console. In fact, Paul endearingly gave George the nickname Dumbledore, because he effortlessly performed edits on the fly, mixed tracks, and added processors while making wonderfully, creative suggestions that helped the band keep reaching higher and higher. "He definitely brought out the best in us," remarked Jason, "George would know just what to say, and when to say it." Everyone's talents are certainly showcased in these seven original songs that the band wrote and arranged. Look for these songs soon. A release date has not been set yet, but you'll definitely want to add them to your collection.