Reverend Horton Heat Photos from Nashville

Reverend Horton Heat Photos from Nashville

The Reverend Horton Heat would bring the Psycho- Billy brand of guitar picking, foot stomping music to Nashville. The Cannery Ballroom was host to the Texas based band lead by Jim Heath.

The band would break into their rich catalog of music featuring songs like “Bails of Cocaine”  “Baddest of The Bad” and “400 Bucks”. The evening also included a special set featuring the legendary guitarist Unknown Hinson a great cover of Johnny Cash Folsom Prison Blues and a mind blowing drum solo by Scott Churilla followed Jimbo Wallace bass solo that rolled into an extended version of “Smell of Gasoline”

The energy from the bands live performance permanents the venue with substance and maybe a “Zombie Dump” or 2. Even after 30 + years of music the Reverend Horton Heat music translates over to many different styles musically. You can dance, swing, shake your ass and rock out with the one and only Reverend Horton Heat.

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