Hailing from the one stop-light town of Kirklin, Indiana, Isaac Rudd and his band “The Revolvers” put on an electric show of honky tonk rock country music with a flare all their own. A six piece band including a pedal steel guitar, fiddle and Isaac Rudd on acoustic guitar there aren’t many bands like them anymore. A self taught musician, Isaac Rudd started with a $100 guitar and words on a legal pad. Today he has recorded over eight songs with John Mellencamps band (Dane Clark, Jon Gee, Larry Crane) at the Static Shack studio, and is currently working on his first full length album at Eleven Productions Studios in Speedway, Indiana. The band has opened for national touring artists such as Jason Michael Carroll, Josh Turner, Jerrod Niemann, Dwight Yoakam, Wheeler Walker Jr., and Steve Earle and is set to make a huge splash in the coming years. At only 23 years old, Rudd and his Revolvers are on a path for solitude with heartfelt tunes like “I’d Be Missin’ You” and their newest release “Done Me Wrong”. If you go see this band, and you will most definitely want to, make sure you wear your dancing shoes and be prepared for beautiful original songs written by Isaac Rudd himself.


“...Hailing from the northern part of the state, the 22 year old singer songwriter set the tone for a fun evening with great command of the stage with an impressive setlist mixed of his own tunes, along with a few covers, all keeping with a classic and southern rock vibe.

...He kept the audience engaged and on their feet, finishing the night with two new songs; “12 on The 1″ and “Done Me Wrong” slated for an April release, thus proving he’s not only an excellent performer but an equally excellent songwriter.” - Michelle Kennedy, The Country Note