Forget the Roses, a budding band with tracks that run out of Truckee, keeps on chugging
Forget the Roses’ roots run deep in its hometown. The two players in the rhythm section have been playing together since they were sixth-graders at Sierra Mountain Middle School.

Bassist Cody Brouwers and drummer Gabe Carlson are now 27. They each joined the band in 2011. Forget the Roses was started a year earlier by guitarists Morgan Hargrave and Todd Wees, both, coincidentally 42 after Hargrave’s birthday Sunday.

“We both like the same kind of sound, kind of like Johnny Cash getting on a train,” Wees said.

Hargrave calls the band’s sound Americana roots rock.

The name Forget the Roses comes from an amalgamation of two songs: Wilco’s “Forget the Flowers” and Ryan Adams’ “Cold Roses.” [Read More...]
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