Bethlehem, Pennsylvania's Great White Caps churn out traditional surf rock that puts the warmth of summer back into the chilly city.
Taking rock 'n' roll back to its roots, St. Louis-based Victims of Circumstance shift from blues to rockabilly, hitting each stop along the way.
No doubt about it but St. Louis loves its classic rock, especially when its loud, hard and heavy. And few local bands take the classic genre to extremes like Tok.
Once upon a time, Reverend Horton Heat's music would have made many Stepford wives lock up their teens from the hip-swivelin' world beyond the high school sock hop.
Once upon a time, country, rock & roll and the blues were more than just musical cousins. The Bible Belt Sinners restore the bloodlines for a rockabilly family reunion.
Everett Dean has a flashy smile, a snazzy suit (or 17) and well-coiffed pompadour. But his music is honky tonk stomping rockabilly, the way it was meant to be played -- with a soulful croon and a hot sense of rhythm.
The core duo of Box of Nerves, singer and songwriter Craig Downs and bassist Richard Tralles, is passionate about popular music -- and you can never quite tell where that passion will take them.
Named for the Kentucky town immortalized by Loretta Lynn (it was her birthplace after all), Butcher Holler plays fast and loose with country and rockabilly conventions.
Surf, punk and psychedelic music don't often mix well, but the Mad Titans manage to make engaging, sometimes exciting music out of the collision.
What kind of act is the Saw Is Family? This ain't no act. This is metal, punk and rock, played with a tongue-in-cheek sense of fun, and all the noise of a buzz saw shredding sheet metal. Brace yourself for the live session on Greaser's Lunchbox.