Low Volts to Electrify 35th Annual August music festival During Moto Stampede
 
 

Low Volts One-Man Act to Shock Buffalo Chip Moto Stampede

Jumpstart a Night of Kickass Music with Gritty, Swampy, Foot-Stompin' Blues Rock

Rub your eyes and get ready to pinch yourself because when Low Volts takes the Wolfman Jack Stage you will not believe what you are seeing or hearing. The one-man grimy blues-rock tour de force opens for rockabilly legends Reverend Horton Heat and heavy metal megastars Five Finger Death Punch right after Roland Sands Design’s Super Hooligan races  as part of the Buffalo Chip’s Moto Stampede event series on Wednesday, Aug. 10.

Armed with only an old electric guitar, classic microphone and a tambourine-laden bass drum, Low Volts creates a thick and roaring wall of sound reminiscent of an American V-Twin flying full bore down the open road. Vivid storytelling, raw, soulful vocals and a driving bass drum create a high-energy, unique live performance that’ll have you on your feet and boogieing down before the first song has ended. 

Fresh off a national tour supporting The Brian Setzer Orchestra, Low Volts is a performance machine steadily building a following around the country. A three-time San Diego Music Award Winner, he won the 2013 award for Best Blues Album for his 2012 release “Oh My Stars,” and in 2011 he was honored with the Best New Artist Award and also the Best Blues Album award for his 2011 debut “Twist Shake Grind Break.” Now the biker/musician is poised to jolt the Buffalo Chip’s August music festival with his potent musical mixture and you won’t want to be anywhere else when he does.

Low Volts award-winning music has been converting audiences around the country, continually cramming passengers onto his express train to stardom. But when he strikes the Buffalo Chip’s August music festival, you’re going to want to stand right in the eye of the storm. Don’t miss your chance to see this groundbreaking performer. Reserve your passes today!

“Always too much fun!!!!” - Lisa Isbell Hagdohl