Hey everybody, come on out and be a part of the fantastic Wheelsfest 2018 event this year on October 6th (all-day event) in Kingsport, TN featuring some of the area’s coolst vintage cars, street rods, and just plain cool rides! The Heavies will be sharing the stage with theRagle Brothers!
Knoxville fans! Friday August 24th, the Real Life Heavies will be performing following the crazy comedy of Julie Scoggins at the Open Chord on Kingston Pike! You don’t want to miss this show! You can find out mote about Julie at www.juliescoggins.com! Julie’s regularly heard on XM/Sirius Blue Collar Radio, as well as many syndicated […]
Check out the new video for “Who’s Your Lion?” by the Real Life Heavies! A very cool experience putting this one together. We filmed it in a good friend’s basement with vintage motorcycles as a background and wore our unique LION MASKS! I gotta’ tell ya’ we were burning up in those masks…. very hot! […]
Jeff Lane: The Interview
The Real Life Heavies opened for the “Kang” of Country-Western Troubadours, the one and only Unknown Hinson! What a night in Bristol in front of a jam packed sweaty crowd at Holston River Brewery!
It was 1988 and my mom was yelling at me because if I didn’t hurry up we’d be late getting me to school on time. If I remember correctly I was blow drying my hair upside down and in shock that we were out of White Rain. I mean how could that industrial-sized can ever […]
Check out the brand new video for “Little Flyer” by the Real Life Heavies! This video was an awesome blend of actual 1975 8mm footage provided by the Real Life Heavies long-time friend and mentor Mike Tate who lead the project while in high school with co-producer Greg Alexander. This was all part of the […]
Check out the Heavies’ tribute to Tennessee Ernie Ford & songwriter Merle Travis in their cover of “Sixteen Tons”! In late 2015, the Heavies entered a contest to create a fresh new take on Tennessee Ernie Ford’s classic hit “Sixteen Tons” (written by Merle Travis) for the Birthplace of Country Music organization in Bristol, TN. […]