Dustbowl Revival tours Santa Barbara County, and they are bringing two brand new tracks with them. On the cusp of releasing a new album, Dustbowl Revival showcases a new found energy and sound on a Buellton stage. The alternative country band, which ventures into the realms of hard soul, funk and emotional, introspective folk, sports a variety of instruments and artists to produce their unique sound. Mandolin, upright bass and fiddle pair soundly to create hip-hop style-sounding piano beats complementing the emotive vocals of Liz Beebe.
Dustbowl Revival’s new sound, procured with direction from Grammy award-winner Ted Hutt, shows a striking departure from their fun-loving, raucous old-time past sound. The group has commented that it was never content to be a throwback band re-creating lost eras. Thus, Buellton is privileged to be the host during a transition stage for the famed band. As older country gives way to a modernized alternative feel, Buellton is placed at the crux of this significant change in style for the group. This is a concert that should not be missed by fans or music enthusiasts alike.