Rebecca Rego & The Trainmen

(Release) Singer-Songwriter and recent Louisville transplant Rebecca Rego, along with her band the Trainmen, recorded their third full-length LP Speaking Of Witches at Justin Vernon’s (Bon Iver) Grammy Award winning April Base Studios in Eau Claire, Wisconsin with producer Beau Sorenson (Tune-Yards, Superchunk, Bob Mould). Rebecca Rego & The Trainmen have been honored to share the stage with John Hiatt, Ha Ha Tonka, Rodney Crowell, Mason Jennings, Bowerbirds, Damien Jurado, and so many more.

Last year Rebecca Rego & The Trainmen recorded their third full-length record Speaking of Witches. This is their second album with Sorenson, who is based at Tiny Telephone Studio in San Francisco. Sorensen has previously worked with Bob Mould, tune-yards and Thao and The Get Down Stay Down.

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Speaking of Witches follows the 2014 debut Tolono, which the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel called "an album worth celebrating, from Rego's smart, attentive songwriting to her earthy and appealing Edie Brickell-like voice” and 2016’s Lay These Weapons Down, for which Smile Politely wrote "Lay These Weapons Down demonstrates impressive range, convincingly spanning several genres. All the while, the album remains cohesive and congruent. An excellent album, it's all there, composed and performed expertly."

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