Since forming in 1988 in Southern California, Big Sandy and His Fly-Rite Boys have become one of the world’s most beloved Americana/Roots acts, drawing from the deep musical waters that flow just beneath the surface of Rock & Roll’s fertile soil. A childhood passion for Country, Doo-Wop, and Rhythm & Blues 45s led Sandy (born Robert Williams) to pursue a singing career as a teenager, beginning a life in music that continues decades later. And as his personal record collection continues to grow (75,000 and counting), so does the depth of the musical influences that stream through his songwriting and singing style A critically acclaimed tribute to Tex-Mex hero Freddy Fender, released at the beginning of the 2020 lockdown, points the way forward for Big Sandy and His Fly-Rite Boys as they continue on a path of musical growth. After nearly 35 years on the road, and more than two dozen releases to their credit, they remain key figures on the ever-changing Americana circuit, both on record and in live appearances.
Total Distortion was formed to pay homage to Social Distortion, one of America's first 1970s punk rock bands. Based in San Diego, Total Distortion was started by Don Vercelli, a singer with a voice that is eerily similar to that of Social D front man Mike Ness. Backed by his fellow band members Chris Cunningham, Shawn Barry and Angel Elias, Vercelli has led Total Distortion onstage to pay homage to Social D in venues throughout California, Arizona, Nevada and Texas.
Musician/actor Scot Bruce celebrates what made Elvis not only the King of Rock & Roll... but the King of Cool! See the magic that made a generation swoon in the 1950’s and 60’s, before the white jumpsuit, sunglasses, and the glitter of Vegas.
Along with his rockin’ 4-piece band, Bruce meticulously and respectfully recreates the electrifying musical excitement of Elvis in his prime... right down to the vintage instruments, the hip ‘threads’ and the grease in the hair. From Elvis’ humble beginnings at Sun Records, to the Ed Sullivan show (when America caught its first glimpse of him), through his Hollywood career... and to his black leather-clad, 1968 ‘Comeback’ TV Special.
Bruce has performed in sold-out venues world wide, and has won critical acclaim for his uncanny musical portrayal. This is one show guaranteed to have you All Shook Up!
"THE CLOSEST THEY CAN GET TO ELVIS IN THE FLESH BUSTING OUT 'SHAKE, RATTLE & ROLL' IS SCOT BRUCE." - CNN
"TOP ELVIS IMPERSONATOR SCOT BRUCE HAS GOT IT GOING ON, HIS VOICE IS SO UNCANNILY LIKE THE KING’S YOU’LL THINK YOU’RE IN BLUE HAWAII...... HE HAS ALL THE SIGNATURE PRESLEY MOVES - THE INDEPENDENTLY ROTATING THIGHS, THE SWIVELING PELVIS, THE DROOPY BEDROOM EYES-DOWN TO A SCIENCE."
- The Tennessean, Nashville
“AS ELVIS, BRUCE IS BRILLIANT. THERE IS ELECTRICITY IN THE AIR. ELVIS COMES ALIVE!”
- The Metro, San Francisco
"SCOT BRUCE AS ELVIS CIRCA 1956...... is a WINNER."
- Las Vegas Sun
The second (sophmore) release by Altar Billies is another toe tapp’n hoot-of-holler collection of songs that is sure to put a smile on yer face and a swing in yer step. With "Head'n Out West" , the band is ready and geared up to explore and expand into new musical territory. Each song on "Head'n out West" is a testament to the band's firm believe in God, family and country. There is more to this group than meets the eye, as the 14 songs (plus a surprise reprise) seeks to establish the Altar Billies as a viable and serious rockabilly/ Americana act. Indeed "Head'n out West" brings plenty to the table and more, in a "Spirit of lightening" that will surely keep you rock'n, dance'n, shake'n and move'n.
With over 1,600 shows to date, The Hot Rod Trio has been playing in Southern California and the West Coast for the past 20 years, with the same band members. They were recently inducted into the ROCKABILLY HALL OF FAME, SECOND GENERATION!! The band has played all types of venues including clubs, bars, honky tonks, car shows, and private functions. They have played with countless bands including The Surfaris, Junior Brown, The Ventures, Brian Setzer Orchestra, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Deke Dickerson, Glen Campbell, Trisha Yearwood, Big Sandy, Duane Eddy, The Polecats, the B-52s and Jimmie Vaughan.
TK & The Deadlist straight out of San Diego bringing traditional Country Music, alittle Rockabilly, Hillbilly to make that foot tap and enjoy the vibe.
A collection of musicians of a board range of experiences to bring the best experience of country music around.
Hailing from the dusty hills of the Inland Empire, the Sandbox Bullies formed in 1998 with a mix of Punk Rawk, Rockabilly, Blues and Good old Rock N Roll. Now ruling Las Vegas and taking the strip by storm.
Raw ROCKABILLY based in San Diego CA. Our mission is to keep traditional rockabilly alive and well in this crazy, crazy world one gig at a time. Come out and support San Diego's newest rockabilly band in fine... or dive bars in a town near you!
Since 2011 The Centuries have been rocking around the US and more.
Not afraid to get out and play. The Centuries can be found anywhere from busking on the street on Hollywood Blvd to the main stage at Lake Havasu Rockabilly Reunion weekend.
Formed in Los Angeles, Hillbilly Wolves is a duo that brings a shattered eerie rockabilly surf sound straight to your guts.
The group is led by Willie V. Haba, who gives his all with every rotting limb playing an instrument (guitar/drums) while slinging smooth gritty vocals. Ayy C. drops the slap hammer down on the upright bass and is the engine that keeps the Hillbilly Wolves death train hurtling through the hills of Hell.
It's definitely a sight to see and a sound to die to - so go on and shake a leg at a Hillbilly Wolves show near you!
Three Skater dudes - 12-13-14 year olds- which two are brother formed a Rockin Kickin Punk & Psycho Band that plays all the music with authority and entertains all ages making Jaws drop with the talent they prove.