I recently wrote a bio for my friends the Hep Cat Boo Daddies.
I had the pleasure of meeting the boys in the summer of 2007, when they participated in 93 Rock's Battle of the Bands competition. I had seen them play several years earlier at City Link Music Fest.
They are not just talented musicians, they are stand up gentleman as well.
Visit their website for more information and upcoming shows.
The Hep Cat Boo Daddies are a South Florida based 3 piece band that will knock your socks off with their killer tracks.
More than ten years strong, the Boo Dads defy traditional genre conformity by fusing hints of blues, rock, punk, and rockabilly.
Sean "Evil" Gerovitz plays it cool onstage, laying down smooth bass grooves, while Randy Blitz pounds and preens behind the drum kit, providing the beat that is the heart of a Boo Dads song.
Singer and guitarist Joel Dasilva plays with a passion and soul evoking the greatest blues legends, with precise tone and intensity.
Their first album, Long Time Comin', has a more traditional blues influence. Their second, hotrodsexgod, explores their rock sensibilities while still staying true to the sound they established.
Currently working on their third effort, the Boo Dads continue to play electrifying live shows throughout the state of Florida, sometimes traveling to open for national acts such as: William Bell - STAX Records Legend, B.B. King, Jimmie Vaughan, North Mississippi All-Stars, ZZ Top, The Strokes, Johnny Lang, Lou Ann Barton, Ronnie Earl, The White Stripes, Lee Rocker from the Stray Cats, The Black Keys, Rev. Horton Heat, Johnny Winter, Edgar Winter, Buddy Guy, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Steve Winwood, The Black Crowes, Leon Russell, Bang Camaro,Galactic, The Smithereens, Steven Tyler, Richie Supa, and many more.
A favorite among local publications, widely in part because of their loyal fanbase, The Hep Cat Boo Daddies have been honored as Best Band in South Florida multiple times.