Rebelle Roadshow at PCH Club Long Beach

Inspired by the legendary maverick outlaw Belle Starr, Rebelle Road is a new company founded by Americana artists Adrienne Isom (Nocona) and KP Hawthorn (Calico the Band), together with producer Karen Rappaport McHugh (Muddy Girl Productions).

Rebelle Road is dedicated to strengthening the California Country music community and expanding visibility for female artists in the Americana/roots genre.

The company fiercely champions and showcases Americana music - from their female vantage point - with the Rebelle Road record label.

Among their first label artists is the popular and prolific singer/songwriter Alice Wallace, who headlines the Long Beach Rebelle Roadshow.

Her recent release named Into The Blue is out now on Rebelle Road Records/JTM Music. Rolling Stone Country calls it one of the "10 Best Country and Americana Songs To Hear Now."

Wallace's talents have earned her 2017 California Country Awards Female Vocalist of the Year AND 2016 LA Music Critic Awards for "Best Country/Americana Artist and Best Official Music Video (female)."


Adrienne Isom fronts the band NOCONA, a combination of rave-up garage rock for high lonesome desperadoes, and a rock band which draws its roots from country, folk, punk, rock and psychedelia.

“Brimstone,” a Nocona video directed by Jon Nowak, an award winning writer-director (Man & Machine; Sweet Corn) was featured on CBS News, and their video for “Beverly Hills Blues,” directed by David Schlussel, premiered on American Songwriter. In the past year, four Nocona songs have been featured on television shows such as “Bones” and “Criminal Minds.”


The HawtThorns are an Americana band whose sun-kissed songwriting, fiery electric guitar, and lush vocal harmonies evoke the California coastline as much as it does the Bible Belt countryside.

Rooted in the collaborative chemistry of husband-and-wife duo KP and Johnny Hawthorn, The HawtThorns rely equally on Johnny's guitar lines (which he approaches with the nuance of a songwriter) and KP's melodic sensibilities. The collaboration, which Rolling Stone Country called "Already a leading light in L.A.’s independent country scene," boasts ringing guitars, fresh-sounding lyrics, consistently strong melodies with powerful hooks, and great harmonies.

As a songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, lead guitarist, and record producer, Johnny had already performed with bands like Toad the Wet Sprocket and Everclear, with Guitar Player Magazine likening his phrasing to Jimi Hendrix, and his vocal melodies to the Eagles.


Individually, these three bands have a power and personality all their own.

Collectively, in a show of force for the young Rebelle Road label, the very best of Southern California Americana and alt-country will be on display at the PCH Club in Long Beach on a Friday night.


This show is unmistakably unmissable!

All ages, free parking, dinner menu, starts at 8 pm.

6285 E. PCH next to the Gaslamp.

09/27/2019 8:00 PM

Door Time: 7:00 PM

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Individually, Alice Wallace, NOCONA and The HawtThorns have a power and personality all their own. Collectively, they will be coming together for a Rebelle Roadshow night showcasing the very best of Southern California Americana and alt-country at the PCH Club in Long Beach on a Friday night, and you will not want to miss it!


Founded to fiercely champion and showcase Americana music from a female vantage point, Rebelle Road is dedicated to strengthening the California Country music community and expanding visibility for female artists in the genre.


Alice Wallace’s new album “Into the Blue” conjures the atmospheric sound of the Golden State’s canyons and deserts, mountains and crashing waves, its crowning beauty and its tragic losses. At the same time, the supple-voiced Wallace tells her own and others’ stories, weaving tales that resonate as we grapple with so many disturbing national issues. It was lauded as one of the Most Anticipated Country Albums of 2019 by Saving Country Music before it's release on Rebelle Road Records/JTMMusic, And since it's debut in January, it has been praised by publications ranging from Paste Magazine to No Depression.
Rolling Stone Country named the title track, "The Blue," one of the "10 Best Country/Americana Songs to Hear Right Now" in April. Alice's tours have already taken her across the country this year in support of the new release, and immediately after her appearance at the Rebelle Roadshow, she'll head overseas for a month-long European tour.


Nocona is headed up by Adrienne Isom, one of Rebelle Road's founders, and husband and songwriter Chris Isom. The band draws inspiration from Americana, Psychedelic, Folk, Blues, Acid Rock, Country and old time music roots. Nocona has been called "a combination of rave-up garage rock for high lonesome desperadoes, country, folk, punk, and psychedelia." The band has drawn rave reviews and played some of the biggest festivals in America – Outside Lands, Bonnaroo, and Stagecoach.
"Brimstone," a Nocona video directed by Jon Nowak, an award winning writer-director (Man & Machine; Sweet Corn) was featured on CBS News, and their video for "Beverly Hills Blues," directed by David Schlussel, premiered on American Songwriter. In the past year, four Nocona songs have been featured on television shows such as "Bones", "Criminal Minds", "Bloodline", "Ozarks" and "Bojack Horseman." Nocona's forthcoming record "Los Dos" out early 2020 finds the band digging deeper into its bracing melding of hard-edged Americana and a keen punk-bred sensibility. Expansive, thoughtful, and hard-rocking, Los Dos is a captivating serving of forward-looking roots music. The single "Stabby Mike", will premiere in August 2019. The band embarks on a U.S tour in support of "Los Dos" in the fall of 2019.


Rebelle Road’s KP Hawthorn and her husband Johnny Hawthorn have recently released their debut album as The HawtThorns, entitled “Morning Sun”, and their sun-kissed songwriting, fiery electric guitar, and lush vocal harmonies evoke the California coastline as much as the Bible Belt countryside. The HawtThorns rely equally on Johnny's guitar lines (which he approaches with the nuance of a songwriter) and KP's melodic sensibilities. The collaboration, which Rolling Stone Country called "Already a leading light in L.A.’s independent country scene," boasts ringing guitars, fresh-sounding lyrics, consistently strong melodies with powerful hooks and great harmonies. As a songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, lead guitarist, and record producer, Johnny had already performed with bands like Toad the Wet Sprocket and Everclear, with Guitar Player Magazine likening his phrasing to Jimi Hendrix, and his vocal melodies to the Eagles.

ll ages, free parking, dinner menu, starts at 8 pm.
6285 E. PCH next to the Gaslamp.

Inspired by the legendary maverick outlaw Belle Starr, Rebelle Road is a new company founded by Americana artists Adrienne Isom (Nocona) and KP Hawthorn (Calico the Band), together with producer Karen Rappaport McHugh (Muddy Girl Productions).

Rebelle Road is dedicated to strengthening the California Country music community and expanding visibility for female artists in the Americana/roots genre.

The company fiercely champions and showcases Americana music - from their female vantage point - with the Rebelle Road record label.

Among their first label artists is the popular and prolific singer/songwriter Alice Wallace, who headlines the Long Beach Rebelle Roadshow.

Her recent release named Into The Blue is out now on Rebelle Road Records/JTM Music. Rolling Stone Country calls it one of the "10 Best Country and Americana Songs To Hear Now."

Wallace's talents have earned her 2017 California Country Awards Female Vocalist of the Year AND 2016 LA Music Critic Awards for "Best Country/Americana Artist and Best Official Music Video (female)."


Adrienne Isom fronts the band NOCONA, a combination of rave-up garage rock for high lonesome desperadoes, and a rock band which draws its roots from country, folk, punk, rock and psychedelia.

“Brimstone,” a Nocona video directed by Jon Nowak, an award winning writer-director (Man & Machine; Sweet Corn) was featured on CBS News, and their video for “Beverly Hills Blues,” directed by David Schlussel, premiered on American Songwriter. In the past year, four Nocona songs have been featured on television shows such as “Bones” and “Criminal Minds.”


The HawtThorns are an Americana band whose sun-kissed songwriting, fiery electric guitar, and lush vocal harmonies evoke the California coastline as much as it does the Bible Belt countryside.

Rooted in the collaborative chemistry of husband-and-wife duo KP and Johnny Hawthorn, The HawtThorns rely equally on Johnny's guitar lines (which he approaches with the nuance of a songwriter) and KP's melodic sensibilities. The collaboration, which Rolling Stone Country called "Already a leading light in L.A.’s independent country scene," boasts ringing guitars, fresh-sounding lyrics, consistently strong melodies with powerful hooks, and great harmonies.

As a songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, lead guitarist, and record producer, Johnny had already performed with bands like Toad the Wet Sprocket and Everclear, with Guitar Player Magazine likening his phrasing to Jimi Hendrix, and his vocal melodies to the Eagles.


Individually, these three bands have a power and personality all their own.

Collectively, in a show of force for the young Rebelle Road label, the very best of Southern California Americana and alt-country will be on display at the PCH Club in Long Beach on a Friday night.


This show is unmistakably unmissable!

All ages, free parking, dinner menu, starts at 8 pm.

6285 E. PCH next to the Gaslamp.