Throwback at The Fillmore with Rev. Horton Heat and Fishbone
Reverend Horton Heat and Fishbone The Fillmore September 13, 2017 All photos by Jill Gerstenberger. It felt like 1990 all over again at the Fillmore when the incredible line-up of Reverend Horton Heat and Fishbone took over the stage. Headliners Reverend Horton Heat delivered their unique blend of psychobilly/rockabilly music and brought an old school punk rock vibe to the venue. Although they started late, the three-piece band hit the ground running with their hits "Big Sky" and "Psychobilly Freakout." The current line-up consists of Jim Heath on guitars and vocals, Jimbo Wallace on stand-up bass, and Arjuna Contreras (Brave Combo) on drums. They played a few more hits, "Five O Ford" and "Devil's Chasing Me," before Heath went into story that involved playing with the Mentors' Jimbo Wallace, who performed at the show with some bloody fingers, and getting a record contract after that show. The crowd thinned out a little at this time as it was around 11pm when shows at The Fillmore