Rev. Matt

Bio: The Accident Clearinghouse Story

Accident Clearinghouse is a four piece band from Champlin, MN, that plays Country & Western music. The core of the band is: Quillan Roe on lead vocals and rhythm guitar; Mike Brady on electric guitar, banjo, mandolin, and vocals; Jeff Tranberry on upright-bass Raenaldo Moon on washboard, sand blocks, coconuts, juice-harp, and back-up vocals. Part-Time members include Rev. Matt Marohl on pedal-steel guitar; Prof. Kevin Riach on drums; and Rufus Moon on washboard and vocals

Accident Clearinghouse has performed with:
Charlie Louvin; BR5-49; Brian Setzer Orchestra; the Derailers; Big Sandy and His Fly-Rite Boys; the Hollisters; Wayne "The Train" Hancock; Martin Zellar; the Ranch; the V-Roys; 6-String Drag; Cheri Knight; the Carpetbaggers; Slobberbone; Deke Dickerson; Paul Cebar and the Milwaukeans; Mason Jennings; Cowboy Mouth; Shannon Curfman

Accident Clearinghouse has performed at:
The Continental Club (Austin, TX); First Avenue Main Room, the 7th Street Entry, Fine Line Music Cafe, Lee's Liquor Bar, the Cabooze, the Quest (Minneapolis, MN); O'Gara's Garage, the Turf Club (St. Paul, MN); Karl's Coffee (Morris, MN); Three 1 Three Club (Belleville, IL); Schuba's, the Hideout (Chicago, IL); Duffy's (Lincoln, NE); The Tap Room (St. Louis, MO); the Stone's Throw (Eau Claire, WI); Automatic Slim's (Neenah, WI); Val-Air Ballroom (Des Moines, IA); Sioux City Civic Center (Sioux City, IA); the Hitching Post (Watkins, IA); Tennessee's Owl Tap (Albia, IA)

Showcases/Festivals we've performed at:
Minnesota Music Awards Ceremony, '98; "Heart and Soul Concert Series:" benefit for children--and their families--with AIDS, '97-'98; Minnesota Music Awards Icebreaker Showcase, '97; Minnesota Advertising Federation Awards Show, '97; Lyn-Lake and Cedar-Fest Street Festivals, '97; James Paige "Blubber Run," '98; St. Paul Classic Bike Tour, '98;all Twin Cities, MN; "Saturday in the Park," '98, Sioux City, IA; MRMF, St. Louis, MO, '98

Fresh Air Radio (KFAI, FM 106.7, Twin Cities, MN); KQRS (FM 92.5 Twin Cities, MN); K102 (FM 102.1Twin Cities, MN); KVSC (FM 88.1, St. Cloud, MN); Radio K (AM 770, Twin Cities, MN); KUMM (FM 89.7, Morris, MN); Zone105, (KZNR, FM 105.1, Twin Cities, MN); Rev 105 (KREV, FM 105.1, Twin Cities, MN) (now defunct); CJSR FM88 (Alberta, Canada); WDBM-FM (East Lansing, MI); WSUM (Madison, WI); KWUR 90.3 FM, KDHX-FM (St. Louis, MO); Radio Legend 96.3, Radio Avesta 103.5, Radio Delarna, Radio Siljan (Sweden); KFJC 89.7 FM, CJSR FM (Los Altos Hills, CA); KANM (College Station, TX); KZSC 88.1 FM (Santa Cruz, CA); KCSN 88.5 FM (Northridge/Los Angeles) KALX 90.7 (Berkeley, CA); Radio RUM 90,1 MHz (Marburg, Germany); WXRT-FM (Chicago, IL); WKCR 89.9 FM (New York, NY); KCMU-FM (Seattle, WA); WFMJ-FM (Jersey City, NJ); KUAC-FM (Fairbanks, AK); KUNI-FM (Cedar Falls, IA); WMNF-FM (Tampa, FL); WNCW-FM (Spindale, NC); WNUR-FM (Evanston, IL) WCBN-FM (Ann Arbor, MI); WAXT, FM (Anderson, IN); KUOI-FM (Mosco, Idaho); WWPV-FM (Colchester,VT)

KARE 11 Sunrise; KMSP 9 Good Morning Minnesota; Viva & Jerry's Country Music Videos; KTCA's Minnesota News Night; Don't Worry About the Government; KVSC Monday Night Live

Volume I: "Saginaw Sweetheart;" Volume II: "Absolute Collision;" "By Blood and Marriage: The Accident Clearinghouse Story;" Written In Rope;" "Live at Bryant Lake Bowl;" "Elvis Tribute EP - A Benefit For ALS"

"Target Market - Anti-SmokingCompilation" (Track 7: "Bird on the Wing"); "Welcome to Swingland" -KLBB (Track: "Bedtime for Boogietown"); "Nightclub 14: True Sounds of the Twin Cities" - KLBB (Track 9: "On the Nature of Things"); "TwinTown High: Volume 2" Pulse (Track 4: "H-E-L-L Bound"); "10,000 Great Lakes Story: US Pop Life 4" - Contact Records, Japan (Track: "In Heaven There is No Beer"); "Stuck On AM" - Radio K (Track 7: "Love Me While the Loving is Good")

Nominated "Best Country Group," 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001; Minnesota Music Academy; "Written in Rope" nominated: "Best Country Recording," 2001; "By Blood and Marriage" nominated: "Best Country Recording," 2000; "Saginaw Sweetheart" nominated: "Best Country Recording," 1997; Minnesota Music Academy; "Top 7 Most Requested Songs," "Best of '97" and "What's Hot" lists for Radio K

Provided weekly theme song for "Off the Record"