The Band:

Greg Roberson – Drums, Percussion, Backup Vocals
Jake Vest – Lead Vocals & Backup , Guitars, Piano, Organ, Percussion
Toby Vest – Guitars, Lead & Backup Vocals, Percussion
Adam Hill – Bass, Lead & Backup Vocals, Guitars, Percussion
Rick Steff – Organ, Mellotron, Harpsichord, Theremin, Noise


Jim Dickinson – Guitar & Vocals on “Where Dreamers Never Go”

The Trashed Romeo Horns are:
Jim Spake – Tenor & Baritone Sax
Scott Thompson – Trumpets

“Where Dreamers Never Go” (Cassette)
Release Date: December 30th 2012 

Burger Records BRGR 158/Trashy Creatures Records TCRCS 003 (Limited Edition Cassette)

“Where Dreamers Never Go” (CD)
Release Date: October 30th 2012 

Trashy Creatures Records TCRCD 003 (Limited Editon)


The Trashed Romeos, led by Greg Roberson (Tiger High, Reigning Sound, Arthur Lee’s Love, Compulsive Gamblers), hail from the very epicenter of rock- n -roll, Memphis, Tn.  Roberson has a pretty straight forward mission with his bands debut record Where Dreamers Never Go, to pay homage to his late friend Jim Dickinson (Bob Dylan, Rolling Stones, Big Star, The Replacements, Ry Cooder) and to focus attention on some of his hometown heroes and the obscure psychedelic garage rock 45’s they released in the mid 6o’s.

The Trashed Romeos feature, Roberson’s Tiger High band mates, Jake and Toby Vest, Rick Steff (Lucero, Cat Power) , and multi-instrumentalist and engineer Adam Hill (Big Star, Alex Chilton, White Stripes, The Raconteurs).

“Where Dreamers Never Go” is a love letter to Memphis and to Dickinson's legacy.

Both the Cd and Cassette packages for “Where Dreamers Never Go” include a 1968 photo of Jim Dickinson by Jim Marshall. Marshall is responsible for such iconic images as Jimi Hendrix burning his guitar at Monterey Pop and Johnny Cash flipping the bird at San Quentin.


The Trashed Romeos album "Where Dreamers Never Go" made #6 on Little Steven’s SiriusXm's Underground Garage “Top 10 Coolest Albums In The World for 2013”. In addition, The Trashed Romeos "Gotta Find A New Love" made the Top 20 Coolest Songs Of The Year on  SiriusXm's Underground Garage, and "Hold It Baby" from the same album made it in the Top 50 Coolest Songs Of The Year.

Underground Garage Sirius Xm 21

"Nothing is perfect in this world, but  The Trashed Romeos´s “Where Dreamers Never Go” . . . came pretty damn close to it.  A highly addictive, and strangely accessible album, brimming with good vibes and plenty of weird jaunts. I can’t put it down, and I don’t really want to either. 

Could this band get any better?  This project, has  morphed into a time machine, and each monstrous song  gives off a totally different vibe. Deeply personal and painfully intricate, they’ve become a psych garage-entity very special to me…."

WeAreTheLastBeatniks February 2013

"Boasting members of Tiger High and Lucero, The Trashed Romeos have taken the spirit of 1960's rock and soul and funneled it through the musical heritage of their hometown MemphisTN.  Where Dreamers Never Go could have easily been released in the ‘60's and played along side the likes of The Beatles, The Kinks, Ray Charles, and Otis Redding.  In fact, this record sounds like the perfect marriage of southern soul and the British Invasion.  One thing The Trashed Romeos are not is a purely nostalgia act . . . what makes this band and this record great is their ability to take those classic sounds and give them a modern voice.  This is great, great stuff. "

Oklahoma Lefty  January 2013

"Memphis based Garage-Rock icons `The Trashed Romeos` have recorded one of the most engaging mixes of 60`s Freakbeat, Garage, Soul and Psychedelic Rock this side of the first lunar landing."

Mojophenia October 2012 

"The Trashed Romeos have recorded a wonderful album of ultra-obscure tunes originally released by Memphis-area bands of the 60's . . . and the guys do them so well you would swear they were band originals ! ... Where Dreamers Never Go is original garage-pop at it's finest, taken into the new millenium by The Trashed Romeos. More bands need to do albums like this !"

Bucketfull Of Brains Winter 2012 issue #80

"#12 in the Top 125 albums of 2012" January 2012

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