The Reverend Horton Heat to Perform in Dallas

The Reverend Horton Heat to Perform in Dallas

A long-time favorite Dallas act is scheduled to play at various small venues during the month of April. Texas natives, The Reverend Horton Heat, are sure fill each venue to capacity, much to the fire marshal's dismay. Their mini-tour will consist of six shows between April 12-21.

The Reverend Horton Heat is the brain child of Jim Heath. The band was formed back in 1985, and they quickly became a sought out attraction in Deep Ellum. The current lineup consists of Jim Heath (The Reverend Horton) on lead vocals and guitar, Jimbo Wallace on upright, and drummer Paul Simmons.

What does The Reverend Horton Heat sound like? Hmm, that's a very complex question. For those Dallas music-lovers who have never seen The Reverend (hard to believe that are any), the band's music is quite the mix of everything. Think of them as a musical buffet - their music has a taste of it all. Most people consider them to be a punk/pyschobilly base with a little bit of country and a little bit of rock and roll. Still, not even that description does them any justice.

Ready to buy tickets for the show? Well, I have great news for you. Tickets are VERY affordable. You can choose to see one show for $10, three for $25 or all six for $45 if you purchase them in advance. Here is the show schedule:

April 12 - Dan's Silverleaf

April 13 - La Grange

April 14 - The Prophet Bar

April 19 - Club Dada

April 20 - Lolas

April 21 - Hat Tricks

All shows are strictly for adults - 21 and up. The concerts are set to begin at 8:30 PM.