Link Wray / Music Festival


The Malamondos are made up of the pounding of Max Diablo on drums; the thumping of Dr. ReX Diablo on bass; surf and growling garage guitar courtesy Van Serpico; and gutsy, authoritative vocals from the sultry siren Hunny Goodnight. They take their inspiration from a melting pot of noise and bad influences, everything from Wanda Jackson to Russ Meyer — all mashed together into a unique, provocative, intoxicating growl.




Phatlynx is a four piece band, two guitars, a bass, and drums. They were originally stared in 2010 strictly as a Link Wray tribute act, and to also get as many people to play Link Wray's iconic "Rumble" with them at the same time. Since then, they've expanded their setlist to include groups like Champs, Coasters, lots of Elvis, some originals and even more Link Wray! They call what they do "Surfabilly" and it's a whole lot of fun for them and almost always with their audiences as well.

Hell Hound Trail


Fahrenheit has headlined for the following mainstream bands: Spin Doctors, Eve 6, Molly Hatchet and Blackfoot. Fahrenheit was also voted Fayetteville area's "Best Rock Band" for 2013 and was runner up in "Best Cover Band" and "Best Blues Band."



Tuesdays Gone
Tuesday's Gone is the Ultimate Tribute to Legendary Southern Rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd. Based out of Raleigh, NC, we travel all over the country paying tribute to the original 1970's version of Skynyrd.



Band of Tribes
Based out of Virginia, the newly formed Link Wray Tribute Band features Chris Webb, Link Wray's grandson.



Nantucket is a rock band that formed in Jacksonville, North Carolina in 1969. Originally they were known as a "beach" band called Stax of Gold, then later Nantucket Sleighride, and eventually shortened to Nantucket. The original six-member group included Tommy Redd, Larry Uzzell, Mike Uzzell, Eddie Blair, Kenny Soule, and Mark Downing.