Everyone in Rio and the Rockabilly Revival has been vaccinated and we are happy to say that we are in full tilt rehearsal mode! We’re so excited to come out and start performing for you all again!
Which brings us to our BIG Sunday News:
Of course longtime members Junebug on Bass, Paige Grider on sax and Mike Boyd on guitar are ready to return to the stage. We have also started working with three fantastic women who are bringing their amazing talents and energy to the Revival! Let us officially introduce…
We are so excited about Haley, Julie and Grace and to be back to making music! Haley, Julie & Grace have slipped right into the Revival family just like they were meant to be here all along! We’re sure you’ll love them as much as we do already. Watch for a Facebook or Instagram Live Stream from our pages to see them all in action soon!
To know more about Haley, Julie and Grace, navigate over to “The Revival” page for more info on them and all the members of Rio and the Rockabilly Revival!
Even during a world wide pandemic, the music plays on! Rio and the Rockabilly Revival have been honored with a nomination for Group of the Year!
What’s even more exciting is Rio (as a solo artist) has ALSO been nominated! Rio is up for three Josie awards in the categories of Rock Vocalist of the Year, Rock Artist of the Year, Entertainer of the Year, and her most recent single, “Fire & Brimstone” is up for Rock Song of the Year! Junebug played bass on “Fire and Brimstone,” and it also features the talents of Brett Lucas (Guitar), Henrik Karapetyan (Violins), Rick Beamon (Drums), and Gregg Fox (Keys).
The Josie Music Awards is the largest independent music award and show on the planet, with well over 40,000 submissions for considerations from all over the world, even during a pandemic. We are honored to receive this recognition with such a rich and diverse group of musicians.
The 2021 Josie Music Awards will be held September 17th and 18th at the Country Tonite Theater in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Tickets are available and the show is open to the public.
Hey everyone. The Coronavirus pandemic has left us with as few upcoming shows as everyone else. But don’t worry! Once we all get the all clear, we are going into booking OVERDRIVE and we will be in your home town ASAP!!!
Stay safe. Stay Healthy. Wash your hands! 😉
Slowly coming back out of the “fog” of caring for my dad and watching over him in his final days, only a few weeks after the passing of his brother (and my uncle) Jack Scott. I was not sure how soon I would get back to making music but I guess I’m bouncing back sooner than I thought.
Working on two tracks, one for my solo music (Rio) and one for Rio & The Rockabilly Revival. Feeling really good about them both. Exciting music (and acting) possibilities for 2020 on the horizon, I want to make the most of them. Dad would want that too.