Posts tagged "Reverend Horton Heat"

Q&A Interview With Jim Heath of The Reverend Horton Heat

Q&A Interview With Jim Heath of The Reverend Horton Heat
Headed back to town for shows this weekend Friday night at Double Door and Saturday at Wicker Park Festival, I spoke with Reverend Horton Heat frontman Jim Heath about the influence that his home state of Texas has had on his music, as well as the impact former Sex Pistol Johnny Rotten had on the latest Reverend Horton Heat release, REV.. ...

An Interview With Jim Heath - A Reverend Horton Heat Concert Preview (Mods Vs. Rockers Live at the Aragon Ballroom - Saturday, June 15)

An Interview With Jim Heath - A Reverend Horton Heat Concert Preview (Mods Vs. Rockers Live at the Aragon Ballroom - Saturday, June 15)
Returning to Chicago as part of the "Mods vs. Rockers 2013 Rockabilly Rumble" extravaganza Saturday at the Aragon Ballroom alongside JD McPherson, The Supersuckers and more, I spoke with the Reverend Horton Heat himself about the band's recent signing with Chicago based indie label Victory Records, a return to an edgier sound on their forthcoming fall release, growing up amidst Texas blues and much more... ...

Concert Review: Riot Fest Chicago, Day 3 - Live in Humboldt Park (Sunday, 9/16/12)

Concert Review: Riot Fest Chicago, Day 3 - Live in Humboldt Park (Sunday, 9/16/12)
A packed day in Humboldt Park saw Sunday performances from the Jesus and Mary Chain, Alkaline Trio, Elvis Costello, Iggy Pop and more as Riot Fest 2012 came to a close...
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Reverend Horton Heat Live at Taste of Randolph - 6/19/11

Reverend Horton Heat Live at Taste of Randolph - 6/19/11
In 2009 Morrissey famously cut his set at Coachella short and stormed off the stage… for the smell of grilled meats emanating from the festival concession stands was simply too much for the renowned vegan to… stomach. Morrissey will not be playing Taste of Randolph anytime soon. The Reverend Horton Heat however brought it’s unique mix of punk, swing and rockabilly to the west side as smells of grilled meat and much more lingered in the air...