AUGUST 29, 2013 - Reeves Gabrels and Joe Naylor discuss signature model, Reeves jams with band
Reverend signature artist Reeves Gabrels (The Cure, Tin Machine, David Bowie, solo artist) discusses his signature guitar in detail with Reverend/Railhammer founder Joe Naylor in this series of six videos. In the first three parts, Gabrels and Naylor cover the unique features and what they offer the player. In the last three parts, Reeves jams live with drums and bass, displaying his command of the instrument and the very wide variety of tones on tap, from clean jazzy to phased out Hendrix-meets-humbucker drive... a must see!.
AUGUST 15, 2013 - Unknown Hinson returns to the stage with a US Fall Tour
We are happy to announce that Reverend signature artist Unknown Hinson, The King of Country Troubadors, will return to live concert performance this Fall. Hinson took a tour hiatus last year after the tragic passing of his lovely wife, and brilliant manager, Margo Baker. Stuart Daniel Baker (aka Unknown Hinson) expresses sincere thanks to all for your support, friendship and compassion, and hopes to see you all soon at the shows.
AUGUST 2, 2013 - Reverend Artists take the stage at the Vans Warped Tour 2013
Up-and-coming Reverend endorsers Like Monroe will be performing at the Vans Warped Tour in Houston, TX, August 4. They join Reverend endorsers Big D and the Kids Table, who have performed every date of the tour, and Defeater, who joined the tour in Boston on July 11.
JULY 29, 2013 - Pete Anderson Guitar Clinic, Wed. July 31st, at The Guitar Store in Seattle, WA
Reverend signature artist Pete Anderson live at The Guitar Store in Seattle! Pete will play with his trio, answer questions, and tell stories. Wednesday, July 31 at 8:00, $20 admission. Limited space, see details below:
MAY 31, 2013 - Film of Asheton Tribute Concert to World Premiere in Detroit Area
The world premiere of A Tribute to Ron Asheton will take place at two Detroit area venues: the Michigan Theater on June 6, and the Detroit Film Theatre (located in the DIA) on June 9. Recorded live at the Michigan Theater in Ann Arbor, MI, this heartfelt tribute/celebration of Stooges’ guitarist Ron Asheton‘s life and music featured Iggy and the Stooges, Henry Rollins, guitarist Deniz Tek (Radio Birdman), and director Jim Jarmusch. Featured songs include Raw Power, Search and Destroy, Gimme Danger, 1970, Fun House, and the ever popular I Wanna Be Your Dog. Billboard writer Gary Graff recalls, "It was a typical night of Stooges-style brutality but in an even more passionate form, as the group and its guests took a wide swing through the repertoire, clearly moved by the sense of occasion and the cacophonous spirit of the 1,700 fans who snapped up tickets for the concert in less than an hour."