Doors 6:30 show 7 pm. Open seating, beer and wine available. $28 Advance / $32 Day of Show.
SACTO’S OWN TOM PETTY TRIBUTE BAND!
Heavy Petty was spawned out of the Sacramento, Californiaarea in 2018
with the inspiration of spreading the joy and paying tribute to the
king of rhythmical storytelling from the one and only Tom Petty and The
Heartbreakers. This unique and genuine show that Heavy Petty provides
pays tribute to the true and honest symphonic sounds of Tom Petty. The
show is a genuine fresh reminder of what this true artistic legend
shared with the whole world.
DYLAN JOHNSTON –LEAD VOCALS, GUITAR, HARMONICA:Dylan is a
multi-instrumentalist from Lincoln, California. He has been a guitar and
piano instructor at The Rockstar Music Academy in Lincoln California
since 2020, and is the lead guitarist of their award-winning
Trans-Siberian Orchestra tribute show: A Not So Silent Night.
RJ HAMMON –PIANO, ORGAN/SYNTH, 12-STRING GUITAR, VOCALS, PERCUSSIONS.
RJ Hammon has filled in and performed with many original and tribute
bands such as Classic Rock Rebels, Cripple Creek, American Mile, Going
Down, Cheap Trip, and Los Voqueros to name a few.
JOHNNY Q –DRUMS. His bands have shared the stage with notable acts in
each of these genres including Slayer, Testament, the Mentors, Doctor
Know, Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Fishbone, System of a Down, Godsmack,
Pine Box Boys, and Digital Underground.
MIKI NOVAK –LEAD GUITAR, BACKINGVOCALS:Miki is a local grown guitar hero. He came up playing with various bands across town.
DAVE GARRITY –BASS GUITAR,BACKINGVOCALS:Dave has been a staple of the
Sacramento music scene for the past three decades. He has been a member
of highly visible bands such as House of Stone, The Luminators, The
Mind Club, Rowdy Kate, Big Boss Graffiti, and now Heavy Petty. Dave won
multiple “Sammies” (Sacramento Area Music Awards).
RACHEL STAR GILLIS –LEAD VOCALS, BACKING HARMONIES, PERCUSSIONS:As a
child, Rachel loved singing along with the radio, only she would sing it
in her ‘different way.’ She loved the way it sounded and felt. When she
was 5 years old, her mom, a professional singer, overheard Rachel
singing in her ‘different way’ and said, “Honey! You’re harmonizing!”
The award winning historic Sutter Creek Theatre is an intimate 215
seat former silent film theatre with superb sound. Voted Best Indie
Theatre multiple times (KCRA A-List).