The Paladins, Big Sandy and His Flyrite Boys – Tickets – The Casbah – San Diego – San Diego, CA – December 28th, 2018

The Paladins, Big Sandy and His Flyrite Boys

Casbah presents

The Paladins

Big Sandy and His Flyrite Boys

The Tighten Ups

Fri, December 28, 2018

Doors: 8:30 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

The Casbah - San Diego

San Diego, CA

$20.00

This event is 21 and over

The Paladins
The Paladins
The Paladins started out as a rockabilly band during the rockabilly craze of the early 1980s. Their tagline at the time was "Western & Bop", as they played a combination of rockabilly and vintage country. Their lead singer and rhythm guitarist was Whit Broadly. With this lineup they did their first recording, a contribution to a 1982 local compilation album, Who's Listening?, and a song two years later on The Best of L.A. Rockabilly, a 1984 Rhino Records LP. Their first LP, The Paladins, was produced by Kim Wilson of the Fabulous Thunderbirds and was released in 1987 on Wrestler Records.[1] Their second album, Years Since Yesterday, produced by Los Lobos' Steve Berlin and Mark Linnet, was released on Alligator Records in 1989 and had sold more than 20,000 copies by the end of the year; the band shot a music video for the title song at the Belly Up Tavern in Solana Beach, California for $30,000.[2] Spending most of their time on the road, by 1989 they had already toured with Stevie Ray Vaughan, Los Lobos, The Blasters and the Fabulous Thunderbirds.[1] They toured abroad as well; in the summer of 1989, between recording sessions for the third album, they played in Europe for the month of June, including shows at the Peer Music Festival in Belgium and the World Music Festival in London.[3]
1990s[edit]

In 1990 the Paladins released their third record, Let's Buzz, "an invigorating blend of rockabilly, blues, rhythm-and-blues and country" recorded in the Los Angeles studio of 1970s soul star Leon Haywood (who also played keyboards on the album), produced again by Steve Berlin and Mark Linnet[4] and released by Alligator.[5] Acclaim came with a nomination at the 1990 Entertainer Music Awards (San Diego County) for Best Rock 'n' Roll, Original Music, for which they were a critics' favorite (they lost out to Beat Farmers).[6] They won the award two years later,[7] a year after winning the San Diego Music Awards.[8] Touring continued relentlessly at home and abroad; in 1991, for instance, they toured Australia for three weeks.[9] Shows were reviewed as fun, lively performances where band members would solo, swap instruments and even occasionally encourage audience members to play instruments.[10]
2000s[edit]

The Paladins appeared to have come to an end in 2004 when Gonzalez wanted to focus on different musical interests after having formed the Hacienda Brothers.[11][12] Thereafter a number of live albums and a live DVD were released with the band sometimes described as being "on hiatus."[13]
While touring with his current band, the Stone River Boys, Gonzalez joined Yearsly and Brian Fahey at the Ink & Iron Festival in Long Beach, California in June 2011 for a Paladins reunion concert, the band's first US concert since 2005.
2013- The Pals have a brand new release called "Wicked". The band recorded a 45RPM Vinyl, @ Thunderbird Analog Recording Studio by: Thomas Yearsley and its being released on LUX Records! The band is up and touring again, so keep your eyes out for The Paladins coming to your City!
Big Sandy and His Flyrite Boys
Big Sandy and His Flyrite Boys
Over the last three decades, Big Sandy and his Fly-Rite Boys have kept up a constant cycle of traveling back and forth across the lower 48, then hopping across the pond to Europe and beyond. They bring with them a brand of American music that has earned them an induction into the Rockabilly Hall of Fame, several national television appearances, guest spots on The Grand Ole Opry, and a slew of adoring fans.

"I truly love being out on the road, and I feel blessed to have the opportunity to sing my songs all over the world," said Sandy. "But when I'm away from the U.S. for too long, it's like I need a recharge... like I need a solid dose of everything Americana. Give me a Chuck Berry song while rolling down the interstate, or a truck stop conversation with a waitress who once danced with Lefty Frizzell, and I'm good for another three thousand miles".
Venue Information:
The Casbah - San Diego
2501 Kettner Blvd.
San Diego, CA, 92101
http://www.casbahmusic.com