SAN ANTONIO – The Rosedale Highs CD release party is tonight at Boneshakers. To celebrate the event, we asked lead man Jason Trevino to play a couple songs in The Garage. Click here to watch…
Jason Trevino plays guitar, ukulele and sing songs about unrequited love, broken love, breaking love, coffee, television, and bathtime. He has been performing and writing music in San Antonio since 1994 in various bands and under various monikers such as Spies Like Us, the Bombardiers, and Rice and Beans. He is currently a member of the The Rosedale Highs.
“Sunny but melancholy rock of the Replacements,” is how Adam Coronado from the San Antonio Current describes The Rosedale Highs.
Jason formed The Rosedale in the summer of 2010. They champion the “New Power Pop” movement which emphasizes melody, harmony, and the classic Beatle-esque pop sound. The Rosedale Highs deliver a high energy show, enjoyed especially by fans of Cheap Trick, Elvis Costello, the Replacements, and Weezer.
- Jason - guitar and singing
- Dustin - bass and singing
- Sam - drums and singing
- Santiago - guitars