Synopsis by Mark Deming
Blending the guitar-fueled greaseball glory of rockabilly, the hot-wired energy of punk rock, and the rib-cracking impact of hard rock, The Reverend Horton Heat -- a trio from Texas consisting of Jim Heath on guitar, Jimbo on doghouse bass, and Scott Churilla on drums -- have won a richly-earned reputation as one of the most exciting rock and roll bands shaking America's roadhouses since the release of their first album in 1991. The Reverend Horton Heat: Live and In Color is a concert video which captures the sweaty-soaked frenzy of a Reverend Horton Heat show during a January 2003 date in Dallas. Selections include "Big Blue Car", "It's Martini Time", "Wiggle Stick", "Baddest Of The Bad", "I Can't Surf", "The Devil's Chasing Me", "400 Bucks", and many more.
band [music group], concert, rockabilly-music, trio