The Reverend Horton Heat, Nekromantix & Old Man Markley Serve Up Roots Rock, Psychobilly and Hillbilly Showdown at the Showbox Market, by Holly Homan

My first concert of 2014 and I’m at the Showbox Market to take in some psychobilly. The now legendary Reverend Horton Heat headlined with Nekromantix and Old Man Markley opening.

>Hailing from Dallas, TX, The Reverend (real name James Heath) played a mean Gretsch guitar while Jimbo Wallace slapped viciously away at his upright . . . → Read More: The Reverend Horton Heat, Nekromantix & Old Man Markley Serve Up Roots Rock, Psychobilly and Hillbilly Showdown at the Showbox Market, by Holly Homan

Reverend Horton Heat & Jello Biafra Rile Up a Sold Out Crowd At Seattle’s El Corazon, By Holly Homan

Reverend Horton Heat

Friday night and I’m back at Seattle’s El Corazon. This night it’s The Reverend Horton Heat and the legendary Jello Biafra headlining. Preceding are Huntington Beach punks Guttermouth. I arrived quite early, but about fifteen minutes before Spitting Cobras were to take the stage, hunger pangs began to overtake me, so . . . → Read More: Reverend Horton Heat & Jello Biafra Rile Up a Sold Out Crowd At Seattle’s El Corazon, By Holly Homan

Reverend Horton Heat, Supersuckers & Zeke Rock Seattle’s El Corazon, By Holly Homan

Reverend Horton Heat

El Corazon is a tiny club tucked under the Denny Way viaduct on Eastlake at the northern part of downtown Seattle. Their habit of booking awesome bands has sent me there many times over many years.

Last night, December 30, 2011, I went there to see psychobilly artist Reverend Horton Heat. . . . → Read More: Reverend Horton Heat, Supersuckers & Zeke Rock Seattle’s El Corazon, By Holly Homan