The Reverend Horton Heat
Reverend Horton Heat is a band, although singer/guitarist/guiding light Jim Heath also goes by that moniker. The trio's music centers on Heath's lupine punkabilly guitar riffs (including his trademark "Hurricane" lick, on which he plays lead and rhythm at the same time), charismatic vocals, and funny lyrics. The band formed in the mid-'80s and their sweaty, famously over-the-top live shows attracted the attention of Sub Pop, who released their first two acclaimed albums. They were picked up by Interscope for their next three albums and dropped by the end of 2000s, after which the reverend and his boys made their own indie way into the 2010s, with comp 25 to Life appearing in 2012, and studio album REV in 2014. ~ Paula Carino
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