Dead Raccoon Party

  • Fête Music Hall 103 Dike Street Providence, RI, 02909 United States
Fête Music Hall presents

Dead Raccoon Party

with Queen Anne's Revenge, Nate Cozzolino and the Lost Arts, Red Ed and the Undead

Sunday, November 27th

Fête Lounge
Doors: 7pm
Tickets: $6
All Ages



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Dead Raccoon Party

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We're a made up band.
But sometimes we pretend to be a real band.



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Queen Anne's Revenge

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Started by the brother/sister dyad of Chris and Cassidy Caduto (otherwise known as the Caduo), Queen Anne's Revenge was formerly known as Charon's Obol.

On drums is Mr. Drew "Tito Burrito" Silveira, a worshipper of Metallica. An apprentice of Lars Ulrich, it seems, Drew may appear mellow, but when he gets on a kit, he's about to fuck shit up. On top of this, Drew is an accomplished catch player.

The role of guitarist is taken by Mr. Sam Patrie, a flashy, extroverted shredder with a proclivity toward sleeping underneath hotel room sinks. Sam digs all sorts of music from folk to metal and it shows in his diverse playing style. In his free time, Mr. Patrie is a professional James Hetfield impersonator and Loras Tyrell lookalike.

On bass is the aforementioned Chris Caduto. Worshipping the likes of Duff McKagan, Flea and John Entwistle, it's no wonder his basswork sounds like a locomotive train passing by your window at 3 in the morning. Chris is also an avid visual artist, whether it be cartooning or painting.

The singer/guitarist of our humble group is Cassidy Caduto. Cassidy takes her influences from both the world of hard rock music and the world of Broadway, worshipping Amanda Palmer and Bernadette Peters alike. Ms. Caduto is, in addition, an obsessive writer and bibliophile who values the written word more than life itself.

Now, don't you feel like you know us all a bit better?

Sit back, relax, and enjoy the dulcet tones of an angry lesbian, a Jon Snow lookalike, an ex-Catholic schoolboy and a neo-hippie all working in unison.



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Nate Cozzolino and the Lost Arts

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The musical collective known as The Lost Arts is the latest artistic brainchild of local transplant and emerging musical force Nate Cozzolino. Since his arrival in Rhode Island after fleeing a disaster-ravaged Japan ( where he'd spent a decade honing his craft in the smokey cocktail lounges and perpetually open bars of the Japanese urban sprawl ) Nate has rapidly embedded himself into the live music scene. Armed with a catalogue of both wildly inspired original songs and refreshingly reimagined covers, Nate's performances serve to tell the ongoing story of the highs, lows and perpetual pushings-forward of a gypsy life very much examined.



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Red Ed and the Undead

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Seeking to outdo their self-titled debut CD, this album represents growth and evolution in their style and creative process. Forgotten Song features elaborate vocal harmonies, melodic guitar driven pop elements and lyrics that range from playful to darkly introspective. Red Ed and the Undead is the pop/rock project of composer/front man Ed Able, who is delighted to enlist the aid of his friends and peers as the Undead. These songs are informed by an enthusiastic obsession with the Beatles, the Smithereens, Colin Hay (Men At Work), and many other artists.