Dixon May Fair 2014

The Hot Rods Band: Hail, hail, rock ‘n’ roll

By From page DMF29 | May 04, 2014

DIXON — It will only seem right that the live band at the Dixon May Fair Classic Car Show will be The Hot Rods Band. The classic cars will be on display on picnic lawn until 3:30 p.m. Saturday, May 10.

The Hot Rods are a get-up-and-dance musical tribute to the early days of rock ‘n’ roll. The Hot Rods bring energy and excitement to the hits of the ’50s and ’60s. Their authentic show takes you back to cruisin’ cars, sock hops, beach parties and the best rock ‘n’ roll of all time.

When the Hot Rods “rev-up” the music, everyone wants to sing and dance to favorite oldies. The group features five talented musicians, on saxophone, electric guitar, piano, bass, vocals and rockin’ drums. Everyone sings with golden doo-wop vocals.

The band honors the first generation of rock: Elvis, Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, Fats Domino, Ricky Nelson and Jerry Lee Lewis. The band also salutes the swinging sixties: the Beatles, Rolling Stones, Creedence and Motown. The band also brings back the greatest surf and car songs with The Beach Boys, Jan & Dean, and The Ventures. The Hot Rods cover the greatest era of rock ‘n’ roll. The Hot Rods bring back the golden era of rock ‘n’ roll with songs everyone knows and loves. Come join us for an exciting evening of music and memories.

See fair schedule for performance schedule.


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