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The Paladins from San Diego, California are the preeminent blues/rockabilly band in America.Founded in the early 1980s by guitarist Dave Gonzalez and his high school friend and double bass player Thomas Yearsley, they have recorded nine studio and three live albums, and along the way built a reputation as one of America’s hardest-working live bands.The New Age Music Guide has once raved that “Eric Johnson plays guitar the way Michelangelo painted ceilings: with a colorful vibrancy that’s more real than life.” Doors PM, Show PM The Reverend Horton Heat is the stage name of American musician, Jim Heath, as well as the name of his Dallas, Texas-based psychobilly trio. One reviewer called Heath the “godfather of modern rockabilly and psychobilly.” Doors PM, Show PM Paying attention to every musical detail and faithfully recreating the true live Pink Floyd concert experience, Infinite Floyd brings together all the best moments from their timeless catalog, like Wish You Were Here, Another Brick In The Wall and Money.Doors PM, Show PM Mario is a You Tube vlogger who is widely known for his Mario Aguilar MG channel.The Paladins started out as a rockabilly band during the rockabilly craze of the early 1980s.

Doors PM, Show PM Vaud and the Villains was born out of whimsical dreams, glitter and boa feathers.Then dating Cara Delevingne put her in the spotlight.Doors PM, Show PM Johnson leapt to the forefront of contemporary music some 20 years ago as an extraordinary guitar player accessible to ordinary music fans.During this time Dave Gonzalez liked to refer to the Paladins status as being “on hiatus.” Sadly, after the untimely death of Hacienda Brothers band mate and friend, Chris Gaffney, Gonzalez found time for the Paladins to reunite, first in 2010 for a festival in Europe, then again in 2011 for more European events including a small tour.Also in 2011 the band performed their first US date in seven years at the Ink and Iron Festival in Long Beach, then in 2012 at the Doheny Blues Festival.

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