Press about Desiree’s music and performances as a Triple A country singer songwriter, guitar player and Indie musician from Nashville, Tennessee.
An Interview with Desiree & The Rough Riders with Bobbie O'Connors Midnight Music Scene Rutherford, New Jersey.
Desiree and the Rough Riders at the Bitter End 137 Bleeker Street in New York City Sunday February, 17th 1992.
At The Shore in Atlantic City - Desiree and the Rough Riders specialize in Cactus music, catch them at Tull's in Atlantic City, New Jersey June, 1992.
Desiree and The Rough Riders at Texas, 10 E. 16th St. in New York City, NY. Saturday July 7th, 1992 Live on stage from 9:30-12 o'clock midnight.
Some old Desiree and The Rough Riders ads from NYC circa 1990's. Texas Cafe, Peggy Sue's in the Village, Life Cafe in the East village and The Spiral.
Desiree Leemets and The Rough Riders at Texas Cafe, 10 East 16th Street in New York City, New York 10pm-1am.
Desiree Leemets and The Rough Riders at Texas Cafe, 10 East 16th Street in New York City, New York. September 22nd, 1992 from 9pm-12 o'clock midnight.
Desiree and The Rough Riders at the Lone Star Roadhouse, 240 West 52nd Street in New York City, NY. Thursday August 6th, 1992 from 8:30-9:30 PM.
Desiree and the Rough Riders - Gettin' Down to Earth at the South Street Seaport in New York City. From the Daily News in New York City.
From a festival I played at in Gallivare Sweden. The review is in Swedish so, you will have to take my word for it that it is a favorable one. Desiree
Down Home Desiree - Cactus Music and the Harley Festival Featuring Desiree and the Rough Riders - The New Paltz News Wednesday September 2nd, 1992.
From a Japanese magazine called FM Station. The photos are us performing at the Bitter End in NYC. John Cordes on fiddle, Gary Myers on Bass and Marco Giovino Drums and Rich Blacker on Guitar and Steel.
We heard they were looking for bands so I called them up. I knew it would be high energy, but I didn't think it would be this great!, Desiree Leemets