OPENING DAY IS FREE AND OPEN TO PUBLIC: Saturday, July 20, 2012 • 5pm - 10pm • See/Purchase Art in Juried Show • Live Music • Performance Art • Cash Bars/Beverages and Casual Gourmet Food
We'll be performing at the Hartley/Vey Theatre (in the Manship) during Fest For All. We'll be playing from 2:00 until 2:45. If you're downtown enjoying Fest For All, please swing by, we'd LOVE to see you!
The Living Deads and The Bedlamville Triflers are gonna jump into a big sweaty pile and pump out some music......
The Conrads and the Triflers mix it up again for a night of two fisted rockabilly madness!
Sounds Like: The Frantic Flattops, Reverend Horton Heat, Brian Setzer, The Belmont Playboys, Johnny Burnette & The Rock 'N' Roll Trio
Bio: The Bedlamville Triflers are a rockabilly band from Baton Rouge, La. A blend of old school authentic rockabilly, and a faster modern revved up version of the classic sound. Our influences range from Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins, Eddie Cochran, Gene Vincent, Johnny Burnette, Warren Smith to the new...See Full Bio
“It wasn’t hard to pick the members of Bedlamville Triflers out of the small crowd of Mud & Water. With western-style pearl snap shirts, cuffed jeans and slicked back hair – or in the case of guitarist and vocalist Shawn Roux, wearing a flat cap – the band looked the rockabilly part. On stage the band doesn’t need to rely on an outfit or some gimmick; Bedlamville Triflers’ music speaks for itself. It’s a swinging mix of gritty roots rock ‘n’ roll, rockabilly and surf with a little bit of punk influence shining through. The band’s cuts are an homage to 1950’s rock ‘n’ roll – with influences from Sun Records-years Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Johnny Jano – and at the same time fresh and new and relatable for any modern bar show. Since 2008, Bedlamville Triflers has started to make some noise within the rockabilly scene after playing alongside Al Ferrier, Hillbilly Hellcats, Psycho DeVilles and Mike Watt. The band is now working on the follow up album to Goin’”