Reverend Horton Heat & The Delta Bombers

The Passenger Shed, Bristol.

14s - 18s must be accompanied by an adult. No refunds will be given for incorrectly booked tickets.

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Rockabilly Night Live Presents DIRECT from the U.S.A. - A double bill spectacular with two of the greatest rockabilly acts of all time! This is an invitation for you to join rockabilly fans from all over the UK to ROCK HARD and DANCE LIKE THERE’S NO TOMORROW! With the energy these bands pump out; there just might not be one!

These rockers may hail from America, but they might as well be time-traveling space cowboys hitting The Passenger Shed with the atomic impact of a meteor at full speed. and SPEED there will be! With blistering guitar pickin’, thumpin’ slap bass and tight drum beats fillin’ up the night, it will be like the roar of super charged hot-rod engine at full blast.

Opening up the show we have newcomers 'The Strays'. The Strays are pushing rock ‘n’ roll to it’s limit, fusing a multitude of genres to create a unique vintage sound with a gritty, modern edge. Signed to Western Star Records and described as No Doubt meets Imelda May, The Strays performance style is larger than life, interactive, and deliciously unpredictable..

To fill in between these legendary showmen, our very own DJ Rock Ape will keep the energy flowing until the audience lies flat on the floor at 2 AM. If you are a fan of Rockabilly, Psychobilly, old school Rock’n’Roll or anything in between, this a night you don’t want to miss out on, and with Friday the 8th of May being a bank holiday, there’s NO EXCUSE!

THE DOORS OPEN AT 7:00 PM

LOCATION: The Passenger Shed, Brunel’s Old Street, Bristol, BS1 6QH


THE BANDS:

Reverend Horton Heat
Get ready to be converted to the evangelical as the Reverend Horton Heat preach the Gospel of Rock’n’Roll. Experiencing these rockin’ tribal rhythms, that transcend time from the early 1950s way into the future, will transform even the most hardcore rockabilly fan. Get ready for the rockin’ High-Octane, Spaghetti Western Wall of Sound that is everyone’s favorite preacher.

With 11 studio albums to date, these rockers from the great state of Texas, have more than put their mark on history: They have slammed into the history of Rock’n’Roll with meteoric force and pumped pure nitro into the old hot-rod engine of the genre. When they take the stage of The Passenger Shed, they will surely deliver what they preach, in the form of pure, brain-melting guitar solos, wild stage antics, and plenty of un-apologizing attitude! Get ready for the sermon of your life!


The Delta Bombers
What do you get if you fuse 1950s Rock’n’Roll with swampy blues, red hot country, and high powered rockabilly? The answer is the highly explosive and by no means safe contraption that has been annihilating stages all over the world for over a decade! This hard touring band has been tearing up crowd after crowd in 26 countries with their take-no-prisoners attitude and super-charged energy, and does not seem to stop for anything or anyone. And they certainly won’t slow down when blowing up The Passenger Shed in Bristol! — Directly from Las Vegas, Nevada, it’s The Delta Bombers!

Their 4 studio albums bear testament to the virtuous musicality of these four rockers, but it’s live on stage that their music really spits flames. From powerful vocal abilities of Chris Moinichen, the scorching guitar riffs of Andrew Himmler, the floor rumbling bass lines of Gregorio Garcia, to the earth shattering drum beats of Micah Malcolm, The Delta Bombers will blow you away with their raw, All-American roots music!


The Strays
After smashing onto the scene in 2017, the Cheltenham based garage rock ‘n’ roll band’s debut album, “Drop Out Zone”, embodies the many influences of the band, irreverently mashing elements of blues, rock & roll, psychobilly, punk and pop. Released early this year it is already getting rave reviews and extended BBC radio airplay.