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The Regulators are the real deal. These wild eyed
southern boys from Southern California play honky tonk, blues-infused,
good-time boogie tunes kick started by harmonic layers of gut-bustin'
This is a new breed of rock & roll outlaws. They are recognized
nationwide for their ability to rock the house, whether sharing a stage
with Marshall Tucker or Motley Crue. The Regulators have also been seen
in the company of Foghat, Black Oak Arkansas,
Delbert McClinton, Buddah Heads,
Pat Travers, Ted Nugent, Guess Who, and
The band has weathered much in the past 17 years. They've lived through the punk scene and various incarnations of rard rock and heavy metal, all the while remaining true to their unique musical identity. The Regulators use their common background and close relationship to form a rock solid bond with their fans.
The band's persistence has paid off well, making them one of the country's best-known biker favorites and an unforgettable addition to any show or soundtrack. Their song "Need for Speed", taken from their eponymous Polydor debut, was featured in the Christian Slater movie "Kuffs" and "Whiskey Fever" was featured in Steven Segal's film "Under Siege." Soundtrack work continues for the popular band with "Last Chance" taken from the Regulators title album, finding it's way onto the soundtrack of "The Girls of Rock Video 3"
The Regulators remain a favorite of crowds across the country, a
position that will only expand with the release of "Regulators Bar &
Grill." The Regulators are definitely here to stay.