Sun Sep 8 2024

7:30 PM (Doors 7:00 PM)

Belly Up

143 S. Cedros Ave Solana Beach, CA 92075

$32.50 - $54.50

Ages 21+

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Ticket Price: $25 advanced / $28 day of show / $44 reserved loft seating (available over the phone 858-481-8140 or in person at our box office) (seating chart / virtual venue tour)

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There are no refunds or exchanges on tickets once purchased.
All times and supporting acts are subject to change.

Belly Up Presents
The Paladins, The Tighten Ups with special guest Sue Palmer

  • The Paladins

    The Paladins

    Blues-Rock

    The Paladins from San Diego California are the preeminent blues/rockabilly band in  America. Founded in 1980 by guitarist Dave Gonzalez and bass player Thomas  Yearsley, they have recorded five singles, nine full Length studio records, and three live  albums. Along the way they built a solid reputation as one of America's hardest  working and best live bands. 
    The Paladins helped pave the way for the Rockabilly craze of the early 1980s. Their  tagline at the time was "Western & Bop", as they played a combination of rockabilly  and vintage country together with a blues groove. Their first LP, The Paladins, was  released in 1986 and was produced by Kim Wilson of the Fabulous Thunderbirds. They  followed that up with Years Since Yesterday, released on Alligator Records in 1989 and  produced by Los Lobos' Steve Berlin and Mark Linnet. When Let’s Buzz came out in  1990 the band was firmly planted as a headliners in showcase music clubs across the  country and in Europe. The band also established themselves at numerous festivals,  sharing bills with the likes of Stevie Ray Vaughn, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, The  Blasters, and Los Lobos. Let's Buzz, “an invigorating blend of rockabilly, blues,  rhythm-and-blues, and country," was recorded in the Los Angeles studio of 1970s soul  star Leon Haywood, and is their largest selling record to date. Since that time six more  critically acclaimed albums have come out. Most notably, their 1996 live album Million  Mile Club, which fittingly marked the band’s millionth mile traveled on the roads of the  USA 
    To their many fans worldwide, the Paladins appeared to have come to an end in 2004.  That's when Gonzalez wanted to focus on other musical interests and he formed the  western-soul band the Hacienda Brothers. During this time Dave Gonzalez liked to  refer to the Paladins status as being “on hiatus.” Sadly, the untimely death of Hacienda  Brothers band mate and longtime friend, Chris Gaffney in 2008, ended the Hacienda  Brothers, which had released four albums. Then in 2010 the Paladins Reunited for a  festival in Europe, which led to even more dates there in 2011. Also that year the band  performed their first US date in seven years at the Ink and Iron Festival in Long Beach  California. The next year they appeared at the 2012 Doheny Blues Festival and  every year since, they have been headlining select European and US reunion shows. 
    Dave Gonzalez has been living in Austin Texas for the past nine years where he stays  busy, not only performing, but also recording bands and producing records. Thomas  Yearsley has done the same by running Thunderbird Analog Recording Studio and LUX  Records in California. In between all of that Dave, Tom and drummer Brian Fahey have  also gotten together to release their latest record titled New World, which was their first  album in over 14 years. It’s a diverse collection of smoldering blues and roots rock,  with a little honkytonk thrown in. This year the Paladins are also reissuing their first  album originally released in 1986. This self-titled record became an instant classic and  opened the eyes of the world to this amazing new rockabilly and blues sound that was  coming out of Southern California. And that sound from the Paladins is stronger than  ever, with their non-stop intensity and fine musicianship, which is only gotten better  with age.
  • The Tighten Ups with special guest Sue Palmer

    The Tighten Ups with special guest Sue Palmer

    Blues-Rock

    The Tighten Ups are a 7-piece soul, funk, blues, rock band fronted by singer Laura Jane Willcock. In 2009, they were nominated for a San Diego Music Award as Best Cover/Tribute Band.

    The group recruited a new guitarist in early 2012, Joey Harris (still fronting the Mentals), who began co-writing songs with Wilcox for the rock and soul band. In addition, “The band are learning some of my tunes,” said Harris at the time. “My song ‘Ridin’ was made for a horn section.”

    In 2015, Willcock debuted a new side band called ThunderLux.

    A new Tighten Ups CD debuted in March 2018, Tighten It Up, featuring a live performance recorded and engineered by Thomas Yearsley at his Thunderbird Analog Recording Studio, and mixed by Yearsley and Willcock.

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General Admission
General admission is standing room. All seating within general admission is first come, first serve.
Advance General Admission
$32.50
LOFT SEAT 12
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$54.50
LOFT SEAT 32
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LOFT SEAT 33
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LOFT SEAT 40
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Belly Up Presents

The Paladins, The Tighten Ups with special guest Sue Palmer

Sun Sep 8 2024 7:30 PM

(Doors 7:00 PM)

Belly Up Solana Beach CA
The Paladins, The Tighten Ups with special guest Sue Palmer

$32.50 - $54.50 Ages 21+

Ticket Price: $25 advanced / $28 day of show / $44 reserved loft seating (available over the phone 858-481-8140 or in person at our box office) (seating chart / virtual venue tour)

Not on the e-mail list for venue presales? Sign up to be a Belly Up VIP and you will never miss a chance to grab tickets before they go on sale to the general public again!

There are no refunds or exchanges on tickets once purchased.
All times and supporting acts are subject to change.

Please correct the information below.

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Complete the security check.

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Ages 21+
limit 8 per person

Prices include all fees. Any applicable taxes will be added at checkout.

General Admission
General admission is standing room. All seating within general admission is first come, first serve.
Advance General Admission
$32.50
LOFT SEAT 12
Partially Obstructed View
Loft Seat
$54.50
LOFT SEAT 32
Partially Obstructed View
Loft Seat
$54.50
LOFT SEAT 33
Partially Obstructed View
Loft Seat
$54.50
LOFT SEAT 40
Loft Seat
$54.50

Delivery Method

ticketFast
Will Call

Terms & Conditions

This event is 21 and over. Any ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 21 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.