Typhoid Rosie is a Brooklyn-based band composed of an Ivy League graduate and comedian turned singer-song writer (Rosie Rebel), a classically trained bassist (Nathan Clark), and two of NYC's finest seasoned veteran ska and reggae musicians (Phil Wartell and Patrick Meyer). Typhoid Rosie has formed a unique sound that cannot be defined in a single genre. Their sound has been compared to Jim Morrison, Johnny Cash, Concrete Blonde, Patti Smith, Garbage, and X. Their debut album, The Music Album is bound to hook you with delicious melodies and killer rhythms. The astonishing array of lyrical inspiration provides an experience that is both comedic and philosophical with songs inspired by Aztec literature, Tennessee Williams, German folklore, Tales of the Sea, to songs involving ecocide, citadels, retired strippers, dolphin massacres, the living dead, bull-fights, cavemen, nationally televised paternity tests, JFK, and a secret pocket. I dare you to stop at one!