Dot Fash

Dot Fash

Dot Fash

Dot Fash is an unbelievably talented band on the local South Florida circuit that is known for their excellent musicianship and well written songs. The band features Russ Rogers on vocals, guitars and keys, James Coyle on guitars, Jarrett S. on bass, and Phil Tucciarone on drums and percussion. This band is simply amazing, with hits like “When All is Said and Done,” “Be Around,” and my favorite, “Over,” which features some cool and snazzy guitar riffs matched with Russ’ smooth and emotional vocals.

Other melodic and flowing tunes include “More Than Face,” “Ease Your Mind,” and the catchy “What It’s Worth.” Other tracks on their CD are “Fourteener,” a slower tune, “Climb,” “Daze for Days,” and “Drop.”

Dragon Ryders Management, 904-423-RAGE

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