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DescriptionFor 29 years, the Reverend Horton Heat has been the go-to band for rabble-rousing Southern rock that has both feet planted firmly in the sounds of the 1950s.
Known as a hard-touring act who, at their peak, performed 275 shows a year, RHH is now supporting a new album, REV, their first release in four years. On March 29, they'll be swinging by San Jose's Blank Club.
For songwriter and guitarist Jim Heath, it's new inspiration. "This is really exciting," Heath says. "We have more new material than we've been able to do since the mid-'90s."
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