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Reverend Horton Heat

The Reverend Horton Heat is perhaps the most popular psychobilly artist of all time, really rivaled only by genre founders the Cramps. The Reverend (as both the three-man band and its guitar-playing frontman were known) built a strong cult following during the '90s through constant touring, manic showmanship, and a twisted sense of humor. The latter was nothing new in the world of psychobilly, and Heat's music certainly kept the trashy aesthetic of his spiritual forebears. The Reverend's true innovation was updating the psychobilly sound for the alternative rock era. In his hands, it was something more than retro-obsessed kitsch -- it had roaring distorted guitars, it rocked as hard as any punk band, and it didn't look exclusively to pop culture of the past for its style or subject matter. Most of the Reverend's lyrics were gonzo celebrations of sex, drugs, booze, and cars, and true to his name, his concerts often featured mock sermons in the style of a rural revivalist preacher. First performing as the Reverend Horton Heat in 1985, his backing band solidified around 1989 with bassist Jimbo Wallace and drummer Patrick "Taz" Bentley. Their initial recordings were released by that bastion of indie credibility, Sub Pop, at the height of the grunge craze; both 1991's Smoke 'Em If You Got 'Em and 1993's The Full Custom Gospel Sounds of the Reverend Horton Heat helped build an enthusiastic underground audience. That resulted in a spell on major label Interscope, starting with 1994's Liquor in the Front (Bentley was subsequently replaced by Scott Churilla). After two more for Interscope, 1996's It's Martini Time and 1998's Space Heater, Heat returned to recording for independents, still a highly profitable draw on the concert circuit. ~ Steve Huey, Rovi
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On Sr. Nite in 1990 went 2 deep ellum everyone else saw butthole surfers I went across the Reverend! They come 2 SA twice a yr haven't missd a show. They come back AGAIN w/ @PinataProte s t ! ! Great fukkin show always! !
best show ever - Hagfish, Supersuckers ( f#K ya!) & the Rev about 2003 in Minneapolis. . .
David meant "JIMBO"
JUMBO!!!!!!! F**king awesome band and nicest guys! LOVE REV......
Seen these fellas twice such a good show. I'll be seeing them again at Hortons Hay ride!
One of the best live acts around today!! Crazy Cool !!
If the Rev comes to your town, go see them. Jim Heath is one of the best guitarist of all time. Jimbo on slap bass and Scott banging the skins, it don't get any better.
its just loud, fast and fun rock'n'roll' b a b y
hi bobonnit...s o u n d s like maybe you were expecting beethoven?
Somewhat interesting but predictable after a couple of minutes of listening.
chilldozer
I feel blessed to have seen the Rev more times live than any other act. To the tune of like 15+ times! And He/they never cease to be one of the best live shows Ya could ever see and one of My all time favorite acts, never a bad show!
saw them this year at Irving Plaza, NYC......f*% ^ i n g amazing!
No better live band! They are without a doubt have the best act in no need of pyrotechnics or background props to make them great... They just get up there and kick a**!!!
Rock on Jimbo!!!!
One thing in the bio for the Rev that isn't totally accurate. The Cramps never claimed to be or considered themselves to be psychobilly at any point. The Cramps more or less considered themselves rock even though most would consider them the origins of psychobilly due to their horror themes and rockabilly sound but, that title goes to The Meteors. Anyways I'm glad that the Rev has been finally come back to play shows in Seattle, the town with the record label that put him on the map!
someone give dorian aka douche a beer and bag.
rickshouseof b e a u t y s
Say yea
Looking forward to my soul being saved NYE in Denver Co!
WOOOOO ! Stay Greasy !
Cali -
My new favorite
My RHH station is called The Reverend Horton Heat. When I order my stations chronologica l l y , it appears in the right spot, but alphabetical l y , it's always at the top of the list. Nevertheless I am reluctant to call this a glitch.
Bullet!!!!!!
The Reverend Hoton Heat saved my soul!
Best RHH song
Marijuana.
Save mah soul!
seeing them april 13th my best freinds band Didi Deluxe and the Dirty Devilsare opening up for them! check them out on reverbnation !
i wish i could see them here in Georgia April 2, but sadly i wont be able to. :(
i love reverend horton heat
Can't wait to see them here in Portland Oregon next week! Love em!
Whoaaa!!! I think you like us as much as we do you! Thank you so much for frequenting Grand Junction and Aspen. Always a Rockin Good Time. The Tankerays. Don't forget about us!
Saw them in Winter Park, CO on 1/20/2013. The Rev still tears it up! Never did find the key to the truck!
spensoid
Novelty rock.
Dorian must mean punk in the prison sex kinda way!
Overrated my A$$
I was a sinner til I saw The Reverend Horton Heat and now I'm going straight to hell.
seen them a few times. great guys who kick some musical a**
sean.mcclain . d c 3 . s w
No comments? Where are you hiding you little drunken hellions?
Hell yeah!!!I've benn deeeelivered ! ! ! g o d bless the reverend!!!h a s n ' t played los angeles in awhile,we are do!damn it!we are do for some delivrance!! !
theykilledke n n y 8
I know this a year too late but dude calling himself aka punk guy is probably about 15 by now and doesn't know that the whole point of punk was do your own thing, not just try to sound punk. Listen to actual punk music from the 70's and you will hear it is all completely different. I'm sorry I was actually here to say how much I love the Reverend and have seen him every time he has been in Tallahassee since the 90's. I am severely impressed. I have been in awe every time I have seen a show.
I'm going to see them Sept 18th @ Spicoli's/Re v e r b rock garden in Cedar Falls, Ia! Who's going whit me?!
Just saw the Rev at Hell's Kitchen in Tacoma. AMAZING! I've loved them since 1993!
great showmen, plus really down to earth taking time for the fans after the show
dallas, tx in the house!!!! glad these guys were locals, they are our best kept secret, rock on Jimbo....
band
they are an awesome bad psychobilly is amazing
gatkinson80
They opened for Motorhead in Boston awhile back, I had never listened to the Rev before that night ,and was an instant fan. Great music AND showmanship! !
saw him a month ago in milwaukee!!! ! ! they rocked and the god damn gallows were good too!
charles.rhod e n
Tomorrow night at First Ave in Minneapolis!
I am getting ready to him tonight in Omaha, Nebraska!! Super stoked!
Just saw him with the Supersuckers In Colorado
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