The Hurricanes, THE REBEL SET, Blind John Pope

The Wayfarer Presents

The Hurricanes

THE REBEL SET

Blind John Pope

Wed, February 22, 2017

8:00 pm

$5.00

This event is 21 and over

The Hurricanes
The Hurricanes
We met, we jammed, shared many common interest, we mixed it together, and BAM! Pow right in the kisser!

We became the Hurricanes!

We have been fortunate enough to play various of shows. To different crowds of all sorts! We wish to play to everyone! No scenes, No Trends, just everyone! We want to make love to the world.

We have performed various of events and places around the world.
We have been fortunate enough to open up for legendary acts from the past that will never get old, more than once. Such as Wanda Jackson, Barbara Lynn, and Ronnie Spector (The Ronettes). We've also shared the stage with New Legends, such as The Reverend Horton Heat, King Khan, Plague Vendor, The Oh Sees, And many more to name.

We've also been aired on XM Sirius Radio, and 100.3 the Sound. Thanks to Mr. Steve and his staff at Little Stevens Underground Garage.

We are signed to a small but very powerful indie label in Hollywood, known as WILD RECORDS.

We are hoping to continue our journey till the end. Music, we love that shit.

"When the music is over, turn off the lights"-Jim & The Doors
THE REBEL SET
THE REBEL SET
The Rebel Set are a garage rock group from Phoenix... and when I say "garage" rock band, I'm not talking about the recent trend of noisy lo-fi music. These guys are a real "garage" rock band. The trio takes from early sixties punk, surf, and psych. The guitar kicks ass, the songs are even dirtier, and the production sounds like that of an old sixties garage punk 45. Standout tracks include, "Poison Arrow", a dark brooding garage cut with an extremely catchy verse, "Martian", with guitar that harkens back to Apache, and an eerie theramin intro, "Birds and Bees", a 60's punk throwback that is impossible not to thrash to, and "Muckraker", which sounds like an early Iggy Pop song. Overall, this album rules and these guys should be proud for creating something new and awesome out of something old and awesome. -WRUV Burlington, VT
Blind John Pope
Blind John Pope
Sorrows from Long Beach California
Venue Information:
The Wayfarer
843 W 19th Street
Costa Mesa, CA, 92627
http://www.wayfarercm.com