The Southwest Biscuit Company are a Country Jazz and Western Swing outfit which follows the tradition started by acts like Bob Wills and Texas Playboys, and Hank Penny, as well as contemporaries like The Lucky Stars, and The B Stars, with a bit of their own twist.
Playing a mix of great western swing standards, and vintage country and western, as well as jazz standards, and a bit of rockabilly for fun, this band is a dance band, and the groove is always keeping the dancers in mind, with infectious beats that the dancers cannot get enough of.
Comprised of Jody Byrd on lead vocals, Marty Smith on Steel Guitar, Jordan Bush on Lead Guitar, Clarinet, and harmony vocals, Armando Wood on Upright Bass and harmony vocals, on Accordian, Piano, and harmony vocals and Cabot McMullen on drums.
The Rockin’ Rebels
Influenced by the raw energy of early punk rock, the Sun Records sound and surf music, high school friends Jerry Prefontaine and Eddie Hill formed one of Orange County’s first Rockabilly bands: The Rockin’ Rebels.
They have stayed true to these roots for over three decades, opening for Bands such as X, The Blasters and Dick Dale and headlining their own shows.
The Rockin’ Rebels always bring full tilt energy to the stage. The latest incarnation of the band brings them back to their third record: “Rock N Roll Saturday Night” and its power trio lineup.
Jerry and Eddie are joined by good friend, roots music veteran and upright bass master, Jesse Hernandez.
You won’t want to miss this show. Come on down and Let’s Bop!