Before fiddler Spade Cooley & California promoter Foreman Phillips gave it a name in 1944, Western Swing was simply known as "Hot String Band" music.
Dave Stuckey and the 4 Hoot Owls mine this particular vein of the earliest form of this infectious, swinging genre, whose earliest stars were Milton Brown, Bob Wills, The Light Crust Doughboys and The Tune Wranglers, among others.
This red-hot aggregation features Dave Stuckey on rhythm guitar and vocals, Dave Berzansky (The Hacienda Bros), Bobby Fuego (Wanda Jackson), Wally Hersom (Lucky Stars, Campus Five, Hot House Gang) on bass fiddle and the inimitable Carl Sonny Leyland (here, there and everywhere) on piano and vocals.
Whoo's that sound? The Hoot Owls are flying in to town!
The vintage tiki ballroom at Don the Beachcomber adds its own vibe to the evening, and for style, class and comfort, you cannot do better than Don the Beachcomber. We recommend reserving your seats in advance for the best views and fastest service at this classy cabaret.
Don't miss this chance to dance, dine and drink to some swinging vintage music while watching some of the best dancers in California pairing up on the dance floor.
Doors open at 6:45 pm, music at 8 pm
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