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Psychobilly Mavericks Tiger Army Headed to Arizona Just In Time for Halloween

Psychobilly mavens Tiger Army have managed to amass a legion of loyal followers over the course of 17 years. A massive discography on the other hand, is something the Southern California trio is yet to possess.

Ever since their 1999 self-titled debut, the group has added only three more titles to their credit, with the last one coming in the form of 2007's Music From Regions Beyond.

During that time the band has seen it's fair share of lineup changes but frontman Nick 13 has remained the lone familiar figure and the group's driving force. Now entering its fifth year, the Octoberflame concert series has proven to be another constant that fans can bank on.

Fresh off of last year's country/Americana solo side project, 13 is taking the boys outside of California for the first time to celebrate one of our country's greatest holidays: Halloween. The singer/guitarist took time to chat with us before he and drummer James Meza and bassist Geoff Kresge take the stage at the Marquee Theatre on Sunday, October 28.

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Anthony Sandoval
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