The Reverend Horton Heat, 22 December 2017
Gig of The Reverend Horton Heat in House of Blues
Doors - 7:00pm Show - 8:00pm The concert venue is general admission standing. This event is all ages. For accessible seating the guest must purchase a g.a. standing ticket and arrive to the venue at 20 minutes before door time and be waiting on the accessible ramp and the guest with accessible needs is allowed one guest with them. We encourage you to review our safety and security information below prior to arriving at the venue. Please arrive early to the venue to allow enough time for you and your guests to move through the queue and enter the venue. Prior to entering the venue, guests will be searched (patted down or mag wanded) to ensure that nothing on the restricted list of items enters the building. You may be asked to empty your pockets of all items so that they can be examined. All alcohol and narcotic laws will be strictly enforced. All bags will be searched, and no large bags or backpacks will be allowed.
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About The Reverend Horton Heat
The Reverend Horton Heat is the stage name of American musician Jim Heath (born 1959) as well as the name of his Dallas, Texas-based psychobilly trio. Heath is a singer, songwriter and guitarist. One reviewer called Heath the "godfather of modern rockabilly and psychobilly."
The group formed in 1985, playing its first gigs in Dallas's Deep Ellum neighborhood. Its current members are Jim "Reverend Horton" Heath on guitar and lead vocals and Jimbo Wallace on the upright bass. The band signed to Victory Records on November 27, 2012, and released its 11th studio album, REV, on January 21, 2014.
The band describes itself as "country-fed punkabilly". The band mixes country, surf, punk, big band, swing and rockabilly into loud, energetic songs with often-humorous lyrics. Video games, cartoons and commercials have used the band's songs, giving The Reverend Horton Heat mainstream exposure.
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