The Reverend Horton Heat has been a touring mainstay for nearly three decades.
If there's one thing the Reverend Horton Heat doesn't like, it's being pigeonholed into a genre.
The Texas-born band fronted by creator Jim Heath, who accepted his alias as the Reverend Horton Heat from a club owner in the '80s, is a rockabilly legend in his own right, but his three-man outfit is hardly a one-trick pony.
Besides blending the genres of country, surf, punk, big band, swing, jazz, rockabilly and sometimes more, the Reverend Horton Heat is known to play their music in a more aggressive, "turned up" manner than traditional rockabilly. Heath, 54, noted he used rockabilly as a ...