Petunia & The Vipers / Fanny & the Atta Boys

The charismatic lead singer Petunia is at his best leading the audience in a rollicking good blitz of high-octane rockabilly and bluegrass numbers. But minutes later, he will be equally at ease crooning his way through an old Hoagy Carmichael number from the 1920s. The guy has the look – true, as it turns out – of a well-worn wandering troubadour, and he can yodel for Canada.

He and his band appear like something out of the 1950s. It’s not too difficult to imagine them opening for Buddy Holly or Bobby Darin. They are not afraid to improvise, often introducing a touch of Latino into a country or bluegrass offering. And as if to prove their versatility and desire not to be take themselves too seriously, they may end with the old Harry McLintock classic Big Rock Candy Mountain – complete with cigarette trees and streams of alcohol.


FANNY & THE ATTA BOYS

Fanny and the Attaboys' sound is largely centered around American roots, country swing, depression era jazz, and classic blues styling thrown in for good measure.

The idea that drives the band's style is to put on a show that engages the audience with it's energy, soul, and sense of humor.

And its dance-ability!


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The charismatic lead singer Petunia is at his best leading the audience in a rollicking good blitz of high-octane rockabilly and bluegrass numbers. But minutes later, he will be equally at ease crooning his way through an old Hoagy Carmichael number from the 1920s.

The guy has the look – true, as it turns out – of a well-worn wandering troubadour, and he can yodel well - for a Canadian.

He and his band appear like something out of the 1950s. It’s not too difficult to imagine them opening for Buddy Holly or Bobby Darin. They are not afraid to improvise, often introducing a touch of Latino into a country or bluegrass offering.

And as if to prove their versatility and desire not to be take themselves too seriously, they may end with the old Harry McLintock classic Big Rock Candy Mountain – complete with cigarette trees and streams of alcohol.


FANNY & THE ATTA BOYS
Fanny and the Attaboys' sound is largely centered around American roots, country swing, depression era jazz, and classic blues styling thrown in for good measure.

The idea that drives the band's style is to put on a show that engages the audience with it's energy, soul, and sense of humor.
And its dance-ability!

Doors open at 6:45 pm, music at 8:15

Free self-parking

This is an all ages show

Advanced seating reservations highly recommended.

Note: parties of 3 or less may be seated with other parties of 3 or less based on availability.

Text 714-809-6146 for more info

The charismatic lead singer Petunia is at his best leading the audience in a rollicking good blitz of high-octane rockabilly and bluegrass numbers. But minutes later, he will be equally at ease crooning his way through an old Hoagy Carmichael number from the 1920s. The guy has the look – true, as it turns out – of a well-worn wandering troubadour, and he can yodel for Canada.

He and his band appear like something out of the 1950s. It’s not too difficult to imagine them opening for Buddy Holly or Bobby Darin. They are not afraid to improvise, often introducing a touch of Latino into a country or bluegrass offering. And as if to prove their versatility and desire not to be take themselves too seriously, they may end with the old Harry McLintock classic Big Rock Candy Mountain – complete with cigarette trees and streams of alcohol.


FANNY & THE ATTA BOYS

Fanny and the Attaboys' sound is largely centered around American roots, country swing, depression era jazz, and classic blues styling thrown in for good measure.

The idea that drives the band's style is to put on a show that engages the audience with it's energy, soul, and sense of humor.

And its dance-ability!


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