The Reverend Horton Heat is awesome in concert. The trio are excellent musicians who play fast. How fast? Think of the fastest band you’ve ever seen and then double it. That’s how fast the music is at a Reverend Horton Heat concert. Add their energy, their charm, and their humor and a Reverend Horton Heat tour stop is a can’t-miss event.
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Who Are Reverend Horton Heat?
Reverend Horton Heat is not only the name of the band but the stage name of its leader, guitarist Jim Heath. The other two members are upright bassist Jimbo Wallace and drummer Scott Churilla.
The band formed in 1985. Back then, Heath was joined by “Swingin’” Jack Barton and drummer Bobby Baranowski.
The trio released their first album, Smoke 'Em If You Got 'Em, in 1990. The lineup that made that album was Heath, Wallace, and drummer Patrick "Taz" Bentley.
What Genre Does The Reverend Horton Heat Play?
The Reverend Horton Heat play a style of music called “psychobilly.” Psychobilly fuses punk rock with rockabilly and country and then throws in bits of surf music, rhythm and blues, and thrash metal.
Another way to describe their music is to imagine Elvis Presley and Jerry Lee Lewis in London during the late 1970s or Johnny Rotten and Joe Strummer in Memphis during the mid-1950s.
Where Have I Heard The Reverend Horton Heat?
Even if you haven’t seen The Reverend Horton Heat in concert, or purchased one of their albums, you’ve probably heard the band. They’ve appeared in a number of movies and video games.
For example, their music has appeared in the films Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls, Major League 3: Back To The Minors, and The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas as well as the video games Guitar Hero 2, Redneck Rampage, and Space Bunnies Must Die!