COVID 19 has kept us pretty studio bound and using technology to physically distance and keep healthy.  We’ve been lucky to play a couple of small, private events that have allowed us to keep safe and we thought we’d share some of those pictures with you.

“Some say that Rockabilly is music for the old.  I don’t agree.  When a 19 year old truck driver blazed a Rockabilly trail out of Memphis, TN, in 1954 it was very much music for the young.  And 66 years later that’s still true as the teenaged Dixie Fried Hep Katz blaze their own Rockabilly trail out of Enderby BC.  These Katz are the real deal!”

                                             – Greg Tiernan, The Wheelgrinders



Uncle, getting all the good shots!
Video shoot for Demon Deuce Coupe
A little rain didn't stop us!
Testing 1,2,3 - Soundcheck!
Small, Covid friendly bash in Salmon Arm, BC!
Nothing to see here....just some Hep Katz in a horse field
Thanks to the Roadmen for sharing their cool rides with us!
Life is too short not to laugh!
Love the blue lights
Almost ready for the show!
Our Roadie - otherwise known as Dad to Porter & Kyndra
Cruisin with Logan in front; Porter in the middle and Kyndra bringing up the rear with Uncle!
Custom pinstriped by PJ Slick Pin Striping
The barrier helped us stay safe, but there was a slight reflection
We enjoy playing for people and pets! This one really liked Logan.
Even in Covid, our fans stay focused on us - watching us in practice!
Kyndra's face says it all!
Before Covid, we liked our car shows! Can't wait to once again, cruise the shows.
Sometimes, the show literally goes to the dogs
What a great crowd to play for!
Our dedicated photographer and proud Uncle
Who needs to sit and play drums???
An old safe we were lucky enough to get shots with.
The future's so bright, we got to wear shades!
stay tuned!! We're just getting started.....

“These kids eat, sleep and breath rockabilly, let me tell you!  I’m so proud of all their hard work and dedication to the music and culture.  Keep on rockin Katz!”

                                                                          – Lolita DeVille