About the Album

Beer and Pie is the first full-length album by indie-rocker Hope Roth. This bad boy is comprised of eight years worth of original material and was recorded over the course of a year with producer Pete Weiss at Verdant Studio in Vermont.


Beer and Pie is a versatile album with rocked out numbers like “The Cat and I,” wistful songs like “The Words That Say Goodbye” and even a couple of songs with a hint of country. The songs are catchy and will have you tapping your feet and singing along.

Beer and Pie features an all-star lineup of musicians:

Hope Roth – Vocals and Guitars
Jeff Berlin (Hybrasil) – Drums
Robert Holmes (‘Til Tuesday) – Guitar and Harmonies
Jeremy Lyons (Jeremy Lyons and the Deltabilly Boys) – Slide and Resonator Guitar
Steve Mayone (The Benders, Sticky) – Guitar
Roger Miller (Mission of Burma) – Guitar
Kevin Quinn (The Weisstronauts, Sool) – Bass Guitar and Harmonies
Pete Weiss – Guitar, Keyboards, Upright Bass, Mandolin, Harmonies

All songs were written by Hope Roth

Engineered and Produced by Pete Weiss with Engineering Help from Max Raphael,  Tristan Crane, Mel Weiss and Marc Beaulieu
Beer and Pie was recoded at Verdant Studio (Vermont),  Zippah Recording  (Brookline, MA) and Proofbox Studios (Somerville, MA)

Mixed at Verdant Studio by Pete Weiss

Mastered by Jeff Lipton at Peerless Mastering
Assistant Mastering Engineer: Maria Rice