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Rockabilly featured in concert

Rockabilly Hall of Fame member Al Hendrix will perform in concert with the Twilight Drifters Saturday at Off Broadstreet Theater.

After more than 40 years in the business, Al Hendrix is still going strong. Back in the day, Hendrix was part of the Bakersfield Sound, recording on Tally, Pike, Liberty, ABC Paramount and Lagree labels. He recently appeared at the High Rockabilly Festival in CalaFell Spain and at the Hemsby Rock ‘n’ Roll Weekender in May of this year. He has also appeared at the Hard Rock Casino in Las Vegas. Hendrix was inducted into the Rockabilly Hall of Fame in 2008.

Regulars at Sacramento area venues such as Old Ironsides, Torch Club, and The Distillery, The Twilight Drifters are one of Northern California’s up-and-coming bands. The group follows in the traditions of such artists as Bob Wills, Gene Vincent, Big Joe Turner and Joe Clay to name a few, bringing new life and energy to a classic American sound. Performing danceable tunes spanning such genres as classic country, honky tonk, western swing, rockabilly and west coast blues, the Twilight Drifters offer a compelling musical retrospect. Their newly released debut CD “Hopped Up!!” is getting radio airplay in numerous media outlets and being received well to the general public.



Tickets for the one-night only InConcert at Off Broadstreet are $25. Pre-show entertainment begins at 7:15 p.m. with the main concert at 8:15. To make reservations, call 530-265-8686.


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