All three have headlined at the iconic, world-famous Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekender in Las Vegas.


The Royal Hounds

The band recently released their third album. Last year the trio toured the world, performing in Brazil, Belgium, the Netherlands and Netherlands Antilles. Likely one of the most original bands in Nashville, The Royal Hounds features one of the city’s wildest front men with one of the best guitarists in Nashville.

In a world where 2+2 equals 4, the combination of Scott Hinds and Matheus Canteri easily add to six! With their wild showmanship, stage tricks, quirky original songs, and stellar musicianship, it all adds up to the most unique live show around.

Hear “Elvis Is Haunting My Bathroom” — CLICK HERE


Danny Dean & The Homewreckers

The American rockabilly band from Los Angeles now resides in Nashville and is a St. Louis Nostalgia Rendezvous favorite. They are recognized as one of the pioneering neo-rockabilly groups of Southern California at a time when it wasn’t accepted by the traditional rockabilly scene — and would not be accepted for another decade. They are known for playing early 1950s suit-and-tie rock ‘n’ roll akin to The Tyrones, Freddy Bell & The Bell Boys and Charlie Gracie & His Wildcats.

Hear “D in Love” — CLICK HERE


Little Rachel

The five-foot-tall K.C. rockabilly queen now makes her home in the St. Louis area. The little gal with the big voice describes her band’s music as rockin’ rhythm and jumpin’ blues. Little Rachel may be petite, but she packs a powerful punch. The voluptuous vixen with the voluminous voice rocks the joint with soul, rock ‘n’ roll and R&B. She onto the ‘50s rockin’ scene in 2000 as half of the wild rockabilly female harmony duo, The Casey Sisters. In 2005, she went solo and began thrilling even more audiences by performing and recording authentic 1950’s-style R&B, influenced by artists like Little Richard, Etta James, Wynonie Harris and Ruth Brown. Little Rachel will play one set on Friday night in the pavilion and then will open the show on Saturday.

Hear “I’m What You Need” — CLICK HERE



Location: Mid America Chevy Dealers stage on the midway

9 p.m. Friday – Little Rachel (one set, with DJ)

11 a.m. Saturday – Little Rachel

12:30 p.m. Saturday – The Royal Hounds

2 p.m. Saturday – Danny Dean & The Homewreckers




Single-day adult spectator (ages 16 and older) — $25.

Two-day adult spectator (ages 16 and older) — $40.

Kids (ages 7-15) — $8.

Children 6 and under – Free.

Car show cruise: Free to period-correct, 1969-and-older cars and motorcycles with spectator ticket purchase ($25).