“It’s twang baby, twang — the Gretsch sound is all about that twang,” said Reverend Horton Heat frontman Jim Heath when he sat down for an exclusive video interview that covered everything from his Gretsch origins to what makes his signature G6120RHH Reverend Horton Heat Signature Hollow Body with Bigsby® so special. Heath was first
Reverend Horton Heat recently performed a rockin' set at the Bumbershoot Lounge in Seattle, and KEXP was there to record the proceedings. The Jim Heath-led trio played several tracks from latest album Rev including "Victory Lap" and "Let Me Teach You How to Eat," in addition to classics like "Psychobilly Freakout," which is off 1991's Smoke
Reverend Horton Heat has a new album coming out on Jan. 21 that is appropriately titled Rev, and Guitar World recently offered fans a behind-the-scened look at what's to come. The music mag went into the studio with bassist Jimbo Wallace and Jim "The Rev" Heath, and the duo discussed the recording process and their
Rockabilly's Reverend Horton Heat recently caught up with Premier Guitar for a rig rundown. Watch below as the Gretsch signature artist gets into the details about his model.