Dim lights, thick smoke and loud music. Every little questionable, seedy, beer-joint this side of the Pecos has these elements. And thats also where youll find these boys spending their days. Pimpadelic has been making music now for years and show no signs of letting up. Making Ft Worth, TX their home and feeling comfortable in their own tattooed and scarred skin, these hellions make no excuses for themselves.
Pimpadelic, in the beginning, were a straight up Glam band. Moving with the times, their sound slowly transformed into a rap/rock feel. Being so versatile is what helps this band stay on top of their game. Now, with a fresh new line-up, they are going back to their roots of good old fashion rock. These boys will let you know real quick they mean business when it comes to music. The music has a wide variety of genres and they refused to be labeled to one particular one. They are definitely known for playing music that appeals to the masses, as shown in every live show performed.
Lead singer/Lead Guitarist Easy Jesus Coe came up in the small trashy suburb of Ft. Worth called Blue Mound. Tried and true, this boy has shown nothing but loyalty to the place where he first started jammin and writing music. Being the proud, illegitimate nephew of outlaw country singer David Allan Coe, Easy plays honk-tonk country on his days off in dives all across Texas. Not to mention being a real white trash rapper; there's nothin' this dirtbag cain't do musically.
Going a bit further south to ghetto streets of Pleasant Grove, is the birthplace of the drummer Belly Ray Vyrus. Cuttin his teeth on old Motley Crue and AC/DC tunes, B.R.V or The Great Reverend as he is sometimes called, has been choppin sticks now for a long time. He too plays with Easy J on their days off and accompanies him vocally on old country tunes. Together they're infamously known as 'The Diaz Brothers'.
The cool breeze backin' Easy J on Bass Guitar is none other than Dallas' own Nikki Spixx. Nikki Spixx has been playin' his axe for around 15 years now and brings powerful bottom end to the sound of Pimpadelic. You may remember Javier from his days with Dallas based band Mudflap. Now joining the ranks of Pimpadelic, Mr. Spixx proves to be a powerful ally in this rock-n-roll game.
Pimpadelic has had the staying power to remain on top of their game. Headlining shows all over Texas and touring every year, keeps these guys fresh and tight. I guess you could say Pimpadelic has done it their way. And they continue to push foward through all the politics and red tape of the business.
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