With moody guitars, thumping percussion and kaleidoscopic vocal tones, Rhythm Rampage is a Pittsburgh based award-winning singer/songwriter duo with a will of their own. Charming audiences coast to coast with intricate guitar playing, impressive vocals, and innovative melodies. Britta and Brooke Dodgen, known collectively as Rhythm Rampage invoke traditional country music storytelling with a modern fusion.
The soon to be released new album Guitar Getaway invokes the guitar-driven flavor of the Eagles and Zac Brown Band, thought-provoking lyrics à la Sheryl Crow and the strong frontwoman attitude of Bonnie Raitt. The girls co-wrote the entire 10 song album which was produced by the lead singer of Ra, Sahaj Ticotin, mentored by Bob Marlette, in Los Angeles, California and mastered by the Grammy award-winning Gateway Mastering Studios.
Touring regularly, Britta and Brooke have created quite a buzz playing well over 1,000 shows across the United States and gaining over 270K followers on social media. Rhythm Rampage received a warm reception at both CMA Fest and Country Music Radio Seminar. Their debut single Guitar Getaway reached #9 on the New Music Weekly Country Main Chart and #7 on the New Music Weekly Country Top 30 Indie Chart. The duo's lively second single, Good Kind of Loving, hits country radio soon. In addition, Rhythm Rampage signed a three-year licensing agreement with De Wolfe Music to pitch and promote their songs to film, television, and commercials.
"Rhythm Rampage is like a country version of 'Heart'."
Stan Munsey, Keyboardist for Shenandoah
"Country music never felt so good."
Jerome Ritchey, Co-host & Contributing Producer, 10 Tampa Bay, Sarasota, St. Petersburg, Clearwater 10 News
"...the lyrics hit home, where the heart is..."
Charlotte Cain, Arts & Entertainment Digest
"With the perfect combination of sweet and spicy ear catching music, these girls are a force to be reckoned.."
Jenna Love, Nashville Muse
"These girls not only have the talent to perform, but also have a creative vision and the work ethic to fulfill it."
Denver Westword News
"Florida girls return to their home state and we can't get enough."
"They sing what my heart feels."
Arts & Entertainment Magazine of the Taos News Tempo
"Will get you hooked on their intricate guitar work and powerhouse vocals."
Colorado Music Business Organization COMBO