Try Roadhouse Blues font
About Roadhouse Blues
I love my new font called Roadhouse Blues. I named it after a Doors song of the same name.
Alright, so Roadhouse Blues, the song, is basically a rock 'n' roll journey through life's wild side.
I'm talking about freedom, rebellion, and embracing all the good things (maybe a hint of that good stuff too, if you catch my drift).
Keep your eyes on the road
Picture cruisin' down a highway, stoppin' at a roadside joint, and meeting all sorts of interesting people and adventures along the way.
It's got a slightly retro vibe. The lines in this font are a bit like life—thin here, fat there, and totally not perfect. But that's by design—I've deliberately kept those wobbly lines and uneven bits to give it more personality.
In a nutshell, Roadhouse Blues font captures that rebellious, free-spirited vibe of the counterculture. It's like a typographic time machine back to those transformative days.
If Roadhouse Blues font were a celebrity
And now, let's play a game. If this font were a celebrity, who'd it be? Well, it'd have to be Jim Morrison, wouldn't it? Just like the font, Jim had that unconventional charm and an aura of nostalgia that's just plain cool.
Frequently asked questions
How do I install a font?
After you've unzipped your font files, you'll find either .OTF or .TTF files. Installing a font is easy – simply double-click on the OTF or TTF file. If you need more guidance, feel free to explore our Font FAQ.
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What font software do I need to use this font?
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Please note: OpenType SVG fonts, also known as color fonts, require specific software versions, including Photoshop CC 18.0+, Illustrator CC 22.0.0+, or InDesign CC 13.0.1+. If you're interested in installing colour fonts, my colour Font guide provides more information.