The Dustbowl Revival brings swagger to Americana music

The Dustbowl Revival, an Americana roots orchestra
9A39F34E-AF7D-20C4-EC03A2F89D42FA0Ffrom Venice, California, pulls blues, New Orleans funk, soul and other historical genres into a swinging vibe. The eight piece band will perform at Webb Center on Friday, January 8 at 7:30 pm.

The Dustbowl Revival plays it all: bluegrass, swing, hot jazz, pre-war blues, New Orleans funk and southern soul. The band mashes the sounds of traditional American music into a genre-hopping party that celebrates of the sounds of Americana.

Named the “Best Live Band in LA” by The LA Weekly, Dustbowl has widely been acclaimed for its foot-stompin’ live performances. Most likely because during each show, mandolin and fiddle find a comfortable home alongside a spirited horn section, strumming guitars, and standout vocals.

Formed in 2007, the members of the Dustbowl Revival found a special spirit of performance several years ago. The band knew different genres could flow together when they caught a series of joint shows between the legendary Preservation Hall Jazz Band and the renowned bluegrass outfit the Del McCoury Band, both ensembles that have performed at the Webb Center.

Each show is a celebration of the sounds and history of American folk music, performed with flair and swagger. Tickets to this Friday evening performance start at $25 for adults; $5 for students. Reserve your seats today by calling the Box Office at (928) 684-6624 or order online here.

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