Rusted Root is an American rock band that was formed in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1990. Their music uniquely combines influences from a variety of different cultures and genres such as African, Latin American, Native American, and Worldbeat – creating a sound which they call “ethnic-electric”. Rusted Root is well known for their songs “Send Me on My Way” and “Ecstasy” – both reaching mainstream success. The band has released several studio albums over the years, each showcasing their unique fusion of world music and classic rock. Rusted Root’s history can be seen as a celebration of life through a diverse combination of soulful lyrics and instrumental sounds – making them a legendary band within the alternative music scene.
How to book Rusted Root?
Email, call or fill out our contact form below. We will get in touch with you to go over some preliminary questions about your event. Following our initial consult we will reach out to Rusted Root’s agent for availability and an accurate quote. To book we will send you an offer authorization form for the artist to accept. Once accepted we’ll get the final contract and deposit together to confirm your show!
How much does Rusted Root cost?
Rusted Root’s performance fees vary greatly depending on a variety of factors including: date, type of event, distance from previous/next event (routing), length of performance and more! Any website that lists an artist’s fee can be off by tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars. While we are happy to give ballpark guidance, all quotes we send you are the true numbers established by Rusted Root’s agent.
What happens after I book with you?
Following your confirmed booking we will schedule planning meetings for all of the details and logistics. Our parent company, Contemporary Productions, can handle everything from the artist’s sound, lights and instrument rental to managing your entire event. We can also staff your event with a Contemporary Booking coordinator to ensure all parties are happy and that the show goes off without a hitch!
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