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Reverend Horton Heat

13 years ago by Austin Powell
If your holidays are less like a Hallmark card and more like an outtake from National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation, load up on eggnog, pack up the mistletoe and celebrate the season with true, kindred spirits. Reverend Horton Heat, the man (James C. Heath), the myth and the band, which was...

Reverend Horton Heat

15 years ago by Mikael Wood
The music biz demands a lot from its ranks: Confuse fish with chicken for laughs! Put your hair in cornrows even though you're a puffy white man! Adapt to changing styles and trends so 14-year-old girls with $4 allowances will legally download your album over three weeks! I'm not sure...

Reverend Horton Heat

10 years ago by Jesse Hughey
Somewhere around Space Heater, new Reverend Horton Heat stopped mattering. Jim Heath could still write a decent song, but at a rate of one or two per album—if that. A best-of CD, a Christmas album and his side project, jazz-and-blues cover act Reverend Organdrum, only reinforced the appearance that he'd...

Reverend Horton Heat, The Von Ehrics

10 years ago by Wade Tatangelo
There have always been misconceptions surrounding Reverend Horton Heat. For starters, there's no preacher frontman—it's just a name. Then there's the whole genre classification issue; despite the popularity of the band's awesomely unhinged '90s cut "Psychobilly Freakout," the trio doesn't really fit under the banner or feel a musical kinship...

Picture Show: Reverend Horton Heat at the Granada

9 years ago by Patrick Michels
Reverend Horton Heat took the Granada Theater stage Saturday night, along their tour supporting the band's latest release, Laughin' & Cryin' With The Reverend Horton Heat.The band kept the energy running high, joined onstage for a few songs by Eleven Hundred Springs' Matt Hillyer. Our photographer Gloria Levario was there,...

Reverend Horton Heat, Split Lip Rayfield

8 years ago by clampdown
Ah, the early '90s—a time when a Nudie suit-clad rockabilly cat out of Deep Ellum could get signed to Sub Pop with songs about steak and marijuana. If it's hard to believe it's been nearly 20 years since Dallas' Own Reverend Horton Heat had his major brush with alt-fame, it's...

Giveaway: Five Pairs of Tickets To See Reverend Horton Heat at the Granada on Saturday

9 years ago by Pete Freedman
Few things say Dallas music quite like Reverend Horton Heat and his demonic blend of rockabilly and punk rock elements. Hell, even when he's a little hokey, as he was on this past year's Laughin' and Cryin' with the Reverend Horton Heat, he's still pretty fun.So, too, should be his...

Picture Show: Motorhead and The Reverend Horton Heat at The Palladium Ballroom

10 years ago by Pete Freedman
Maybe you already read my review of the Motorhead and Reverend Horton Heat show at the Palldaium on Saturday night? Yeah? You did? Awesome--'cause, no lies here, it really was a great time. Didn't make it yourself? No worries--check the pics from Roger Caldwell's slideshow from Saturday night and, at...

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