ROCKIN' REBELS - Radio City Days

1980’s Rock-A-Billy pioneers the Rockin’ Rebels

You won’t want to miss this show! It’s a tribute to Orange County night clubs such as Radio City and The Cuckoos Nest, as well as rock-a-billy clubs like the Teds and the Wildcats is on tap for the night.

Influenced by the Sun Records rock-a-billy sound of the 50’s, surf music of the 60’s and the raw energy of 70’s punk rock, the Rockin’ Rebels formed in 1980.

Along with bands such as the Paladins, Jimmy and the Mustangs, James Intveld, the Red Devils and the Rockaholics, they led the charge in Southern California’s 80’s rock-a-billy movement. Across four decades they have stayed true to their roots. From opening shows for bands such as X, The Blasters, Los Lobos and Dick Dale, to headlining their own shows, The Rockin’ Rebels continue to bring full tilt energy to the stage.

Their song, “Let’s Bop”, released in 1982, received airplay on radio stations all over the United States, as well as airing as a music video on then newcomer show MTV. The song was included as the opening cut on the critically acclaimed Rhino Records compilation album “L.A. Rock-A-Billy” and has gone on to be used in TV shows as well as being covered by bands all over the world in places such as Japan, England, Ireland, Spain, the Netherlands and beyond.

Founding members Jerry Prefontaine and Eddie Hill are joined by good friends and roots music veterans, Jesse Hernandez on upright bass, and sax man extraordinaire Lawrence “Little Hat” White.

Come on down to Campus Jax- and Let’s Bop!


Doors open at 5:30 for dinner, show starts at 7 pm, all ages, free parking, dinner served under until 8 pm


Watch online on YouTube at Stellar JAX channel, or on FB at Stellar Shows and Concerts page.

03/26/2021 7:00 PM

Door Time: 5:30 PM

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1980’s Rock-A-Billy pioneers the Rockin’ Rebels

You won’t want to miss this show! It’s a tribute to Orange County night clubs such as Radio City, and The Cuckoos Nest, as well as rock-a-billy clubs like the Teds and the Wildcats is on tap for the night.

Influenced by the Sun Records rock-a-billy sound of the 50’s, surf music of the 60’s and the raw energy of 70’s punk rock, the Rockin’ Rebels formed in 1980.

Along with bands such as the Paladins, Jimmy and the Mustangs, James Intveld, the Red Devils and the Rockaholics, they led the charge in Southern California’s 80’s rock-a-billy movement. Across four decades they have stayed true to their roots. From opening shows for bands such as X, The Blasters, Los Lobos and Dick Dale, to headlining their own shows, The Rockin’ Rebels continue to bring full tilt energy to the stage.

Their song, “Let’s Bop”, released in 1982, received airplay on radio stations all over the United States, as well as airing as a music video on then newcomer show MTV. The song was included as the opening cut on the critically acclaimed Rhino Records compilation album “L.A. Rock-A-Billy” and has gone on to be used in TV shows as well as being covered by bands all over the world in places such as Japan, England, Ireland, Spain, the Netherlands and beyond.

Founding members Jerry Prefontaine and Eddie Hill are joined by good friends and roots music veterans, Jesse Hernandez on upright bass, and sax man extraordinaire Lawrence “Little Hat” White.

Come on down to Campus Jax- and Let’s Bop!

1980’s Rock-A-Billy pioneers the Rockin’ Rebels

You won’t want to miss this show! It’s a tribute to Orange County night clubs such as Radio City and The Cuckoos Nest, as well as rock-a-billy clubs like the Teds and the Wildcats is on tap for the night.

Influenced by the Sun Records rock-a-billy sound of the 50’s, surf music of the 60’s and the raw energy of 70’s punk rock, the Rockin’ Rebels formed in 1980.

Along with bands such as the Paladins, Jimmy and the Mustangs, James Intveld, the Red Devils and the Rockaholics, they led the charge in Southern California’s 80’s rock-a-billy movement. Across four decades they have stayed true to their roots. From opening shows for bands such as X, The Blasters, Los Lobos and Dick Dale, to headlining their own shows, The Rockin’ Rebels continue to bring full tilt energy to the stage.

Their song, “Let’s Bop”, released in 1982, received airplay on radio stations all over the United States, as well as airing as a music video on then newcomer show MTV. The song was included as the opening cut on the critically acclaimed Rhino Records compilation album “L.A. Rock-A-Billy” and has gone on to be used in TV shows as well as being covered by bands all over the world in places such as Japan, England, Ireland, Spain, the Netherlands and beyond.

Founding members Jerry Prefontaine and Eddie Hill are joined by good friends and roots music veterans, Jesse Hernandez on upright bass, and sax man extraordinaire Lawrence “Little Hat” White.

Come on down to Campus Jax- and Let’s Bop!


Doors open at 5:30 for dinner, show starts at 7 pm, all ages, free parking, dinner served under until 8 pm


Watch online on YouTube at Stellar JAX channel, or on FB at Stellar Shows and Concerts page.