If you’re looking for a traditional rock band with a sweet female vocalist, keep looking.
Bible Belt Sinners have never been typical. Bringing to the table the raw power of a growling blues vocal with all the grittiness of a punk rock band, BBS combines such influences for an original sound and unforgettable experience. The drummer of BBS plays standing up, and makes it look easy. Grotto combines savvy style with high energy and often ends a song from three feet in the air.
Known for their live shows, BBS enjoy stage antics like feeding each other shots of whiskey will still playing and performing. Front Woman Miss Molly Simms joined the band in 2010, after her local win of the River Front Time’s “Best Female Vocalist”. Aside from her powerhouse vocals, Molly plays clean warm tone lead licks, reminiscent of her roots in blues music.
Doghouse bass player Myles Richardson is the youngest member of the band. He brings extraordinary energy and enthusiasm to the stage. His roots are based in twangy old country but he’s no stranger to rock n’ roll.
The muddy, distorted and sometimes twangy lead guitar of Andrew Bono has been said to make the band sound larger than it actually is.
Opening for Chuck Berry in 2010, BBS has been enjoying radio and television spots and a loyal and growing fan base of thousands.
The Bible Belt Sinners have taken the stage across the USA, charming every crowd large and small.
Bible Belt Sinners don’t tiptoe around country classics or play covers you’re sick of hearing- their rendition of Ernest Tubb’s “Saturday Satan, Sunday Saint” turns the song on it’s head and gives it the new life it needs.
Original tunes are of course the band’s focus, with most songs being co-written by the entire group, and some songs written solely by Ms. Simms.