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The Deadlies delivered a fun beach party set at Bottle Rock Napa 2014!


The Deadlies were one of our Bottle Rock Napa Featured Bands and we were able to catch their set this past Saturday. One thing is for sure, they truly brought the fun to the festival. Their stage was set up like a surf party complete with beach go-go dancers. The City Winery Local Stage was one of the most happenin spots when The Deadlies took to the stage. This is a local band with a big sound!

As we told you before in our preshow coverage, you may have already seen or heard them play but we were not familiar with them. The Deadlies can be described as a California surf punk/rock band with a little Honky Tonk and Country thrown in.  One thing is for sure, when you listen to The Deadlies, you can’t help but move around and have some fun! They are “paying homage to the Ventures Dick Dale and the Chantays as well as the California Honky-tonk sound of Buck Owens and Dwight Yoakam while keeping an under lying presence of the California surf punk scene that brought us the Dickies, Agent Orange and Top Jimmy and the Rhythm Pigs.”

The Deadlies are the “Cave Band” on “Creepy KOFY Movietime”, the “house band” at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo and their music has been featured on Live 105, 107.7FM the Bone (San Francisco), 99.3FM KVYN (Napa) and 810AM KGO (San Francisco). Now you can enjoy them at this year’s Bottle Rock Napa. They also have a CD out “Meet the Deadlies” that you can pick up on ITunes, CDBaby, Amazon or other online outlets. 

Take a look at photos by our Rockin Ryan of their set:

Band Members:

  • James Patrick Regan – Guitar
  • Bob St. Laurent – Bass
  • Tymber – Drums

Music: Meet The Deadlies available on CDBaby here:  or Itunes here:

Song to Check out: Firebug


We are really looking forward to seeing them perform again soon this summer. I don’t think you can have a summer without seeing The Deadlies! Check them out and make sure to visit their social media sites for the latest news.

~ Marisol

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