Bob Wayne, T. Junior, Reverend Red and more presented by Rail Rider Records All Ages
Rail Rider Records presents
$5 IN ADVANCE / $8 DAY OF SHOW ($5 for military w/ID)
DOORS: 7 PM / SHOW: 7:30 PM
Join us for a great night of Outlaw Country and Rockabilly, and lets not forget the best deals on pitchers of beer and best pizza around. You will have the chance to see the Devils Grin, Reverend Red, T. Junior, and Bob Wayne in one great night that is sure to get your boots kickin and your creepers creepin!
BOB WAYNE - He quit school at an early age and ended up becoming a roadie for Hank Williams III. It was there that he started writing some Outlaw Country songs of his own. While on the road, Hank and his band noticed that Bob's songs weren't too bad, not too bad at all. Soon after, Andy Gibson (Hank's steel guitar player) and Joe Buck (Hank's upright bass player) invited Bob to Nashville to record his debut release, Blood To Dust. It wasn't long after Blood To Dust was recorded that Hank III asked Bob to open up for him as main support for a U.S. Tour. Since then Bob has been touring the world almost non-stop only taking short breaks to record new music from time to time, before returning to the place he calls home, the open road.
T.JUNIOR - Hailing from Central Alabama, T. Junior is a professional songwriter & solo performer, in addition to being the front-man for the Montgomery, Alabama-based Honky Tonk Hustlas. His music and lyrics incorporate eclectic influences like country, blues, punk, metal & bluegrass. Armed only with an acoustic guitar & a microphone, T. Junior is able to tap into common emotions and channel them into his music in a way that regular people can relate to with material ranging from rowdy, upbeat hellraisers to deeply introspective songs about life & death. T. Junior released two full-length Honky Tonk Hustlas albums (2008 & 2011), both of which received worldwide critical acclaim. In 2012 T. Junior released his first solo EP, Man in Gray, which has also been well-received in the global underground country community.
REVEREND RED - From the dirty parts of LA County comes a band who "lives campfire stories, speak in tongues, channel the dead, and torture their instruments... it's like watching an exorcism on stage." They have seen a great amount of success on the road and their fan growth and strong gig resume is proof of just that. This summer they will be headed out on tour in support of their 1st full length album release crossing the country and back including stops in Memphis, New Orleans, and Long Beach for the Ink-N-Iron festival. The band's sound is hard to put in a box, but the press has described them as Rockabilly, Country, Punk, Roots, Rock, and Americana. The band is pleased that these statements are usually accompanied by the words "Original" and "Enjoyable". These descriptions are all correct statements as the band blends styles from each members significantly different background. This has opened many doors for the band to play with a variety of world class bands from a large spectrum of music genres.
The Devils Grin - A fun Rockabilly/Psychobilly band formed by a strong love for Jack Nicholson. These boys have taken their devious art and disguised it with some rockabilly fun to get that devil inside you movin'. It has been said that the singer Johnny is possessed by Buddy Holly who has come to give you his new look on life, and he is kinda pissed off. Looking to expand their audience these boys will be working on their 1st album in 2013 hopefully with a strong touring schedule to follow.
Nicks Pizzeria (View)
43755 15th St West
Lancaster, CA 93534
|Minimum Age: 0|
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|