Rumble King

A Night of Swing and Jump Blues!

Rumble King


Fri, October 4, 2013

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$10.00 - $12.00

This event is 21 and over

Free swing dance lessons by the Arizona Lindy Hop Society immediately after the opening set!

Rumble King is an original band with an original style. Led by Aaron Deily, a powerful juke joint style lead vocalist and his explosive piano, the band is rounded out with Shannon Scott on lead tenor, harmonica and backup vocals, Obie Hughes on baritone saxophone and backup vocals, Ulysses G. on upright bass and world renowned drummer Bill "Buster'' Bateman from the original Blasters.

The group formed in late 1996 and has since captured a respectably loyal entourage of fans from Hollywood, CA to Miami Beach, FL. Rumble King had instant success as their hot act performed at various venues like The Hard Rock Café, House Of Blues, BB King's, The Galaxy Theater, Coachhouse and The Coors Amphitheater. They have also become a staple act at various music festivals like the "Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekend" and the "Hootenanny" and are currently making regular appearances at Disneyland's Tomorrowland Terrace.

Rumble King has played with an impressive list of classic performers including B.B. King, James Brown, and Chuck Berry. They've created an independent label, Poor Magician Records, and have financed every aspect of their career. The band has released a single and three full-length CDs and are available through, iTunes and music stores Worldwide.

No other act challenges the band's music, energy and vision.

Rumble King is here to stay…
The Rocket 88s have been a solid fixture in the Arizona music scene since the mid 1970s and in the national blues scene...

The Rocket 88s cd "AZ Bootin" with legendary sax player Big Jay McNeely was a 1988 Grammy Award Nominee for best traditional blues recording.

The Rocket 88s are well seasons professional blues musicians touring most of the USA through the years and exciting European audiences. Bill Tarsha, playing harmonica since the mid 60s, is a nationally known world class player winning top harmonica acclaim since the early 1970s.
Venue Information:
The Rhythm Room
1019 E. Indian School Road
Phoenix, AZ, 85014