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Ghost Town Hangmen / Bio

Formed in the late fall of 2009, Ghost Town Hangmen is a promising punkabilly trio that is sure to blow you away with their bold, upbeat rhythms and catchy lyrics. Their unique sound combines punk influences and Beatle-like songwriting with a rockabilly twist that is energizing and just plain fun. This only becomes more apparent upon listening to their brand new, self-titled album which will undoubtedly have you singing along and attempting a 1950’s jive before you even make it past the first track. The well-dressed trio has wasted no time in hitting the bay area music scene, sharing the stage on several occasions with the likes of Santa Cruz favorites “The Chop Tops”, “Three Bad Jacks”, and “Big Sandy and His Fly-Rite Boys”, to name a few. They have also had the honor of playing with “The Reverend Horton Heat”, “The Dead Kennedys”, and “The Swinging Utters” in the summer of 2011. Fronted by two singer/songwriters, GTH combines dynamic song writing skills and lyrical abilities to guarantee a new level of enthusiasm for all rock genre lovers. GTH’s songs “the Water’s Rising”, “Mean Ass Man”, and “If I Had a Dollar” have also been showcased on several bay area radio stations. This punkabilly machine’s high-energy performances always leave fans and newcomers thirsting for more. Ghost Town Hangmen will be bringing a new level of rock n’ roll to a town near you soon. You don’t want to miss this.

We are also proudly endorsed by T.U.K. Shoes, King Amplification, Audix Microphones, and Dunlop Guitar Strings and Accessories! We support these quality companies and they keep us equipped and comfortable on the road!!

General Info

Band Members
Paul Mestice, Craig Hyatt, Kyle Malone
Artist Name
Ghost Town Hangmen
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/ghosttownhangmen
Active Since
10/09
Genres
Rock / Rockabilly / Psychobilly

Contact Info

Location
Santa Cruz, CA

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