Rhye Tour Dates
The down tempo soul duo Rhye has been making waves in the music industry since the two first got
together in Los Angeles in 2010. Their one of a kind electronic music sounds like a mix of trance and lounge music and has
set them apart from the crop of young musical acts producing electronic and soul music. If you like their recordings or have
heard them on one of their radio appearances, you owe it to yourself to check out Rhye live in concert. Their music sounds
great recorded, but listening to it live takes it to a whole different level and is a transcendent experience unlike anything
you can find elsewhere in music. Rhye has a few tour dates set up in 2014 that you will not want to miss, and StubHub has
So far Rhye has two exciting tour dates lined up in 2014. The first is on April 5th at Walt Disney Concert
Hall in Los Angeles, California. In just over a decade Walt Disney Concert Hall has established itself as one of the premiere
music venues in the country and is a part of the Los Angeles Music Center. Rhye will also take part in the Sasquatch Music
Festival at the Gorge in George, Washington which is held on two separate weekends. The first weekend is from May 23rd through
May 25th while the second is July 4th through July 6th, and Rhye will be performing both weekends. Be sure to keep checking
back on StubHub to see when Rhye adds more dates near you.
About the Artist
Milosh and Robin Hannibal
had both been working on their own projects before meeting in Los Angeles to form Rhye. Robin Hannibal had been half of the
Danish electronic duo Quadron while Milosh had been working on his own solo material. They were both working for the same
record label, and a representative of the label suggested to Hannibal that he get in touch with Milosh and try collaborating.
Hannibal listened and Milosh flew from Berlin to Copenhagen where the two spent a week in the studio recording three songs.
The two grew fond of one another's music but it appeared that the collaboration might have been a one time affair. Fortunately
for music lovers everywhere, this was not the case. Robin Hannibal ended up moving to Los Angeles and soon discovered that
Milosh had also relocated to the United States. The two got back in touch with one another and, based on the great time they
had making music together during that week in Copenhagen, decided to continue their collaboration.
after getting together in Los Angeles, the duo chose the name Rhye and had produced two tracks, The Fall and Open which they
quickly posted online. The songs just had the name of the as yet unheard of band and provided no further information. The
music was incredibly well received and began to blow up in the blogosphere, but the identity of the people behind the music
remained a mystery. The intrigue surrounding the group only added to the popularity of the songs as numerous articles and
blogs were written speculating as to just exactly who had produced this exciting, fresh sounding new music. Finally when the
duo released their identity music fans went even crazier as fans of Milosh and Robin Hannibal's previous work flocked to the
web to get a listen to their music.
Inside a packed house, the lights dim and international
pop superstar act Rhye makes their way onto the stage. The crowd erupts as they makes their way to the center of the stage
and the microphone stand. Milosh grabs the mic and Robin Hannibal plays the opening notes to a hit jam from one of their albums
like The Fall or Woman. As the night goes on the hits keep coming and you and your friends are dancing and singing along to
song after song. Maybe if you are lucky you will get to hear Rhye perform a new song off of their upcoming album. Always known
to have an incredible stage presence and an ethereal quality to their work, the performers in Rhye really know how to connect
with their fans no matter how big or small the venue in which they performing. This is one R&B act any music lover will
not want to miss when they come to town.
Due to Milosh's contralto, hushed vocals they tend to
take on an androgynous quality which only added to the speculation as to who was behind the anonymous music when Rhye first
posted their output online. His vocal styles have been compared to both Michael Franks of The xx and Sade. In addition to
his work with Quadron, Robin Hannibal has collaborated with Szjerdene and Leon Ware.