Thunderado is three musicians inspired by the Gulf Coast, the California desert, juke joints, noir mysteries, Texas dancehalls, rockabilly, surf and swing.  Hunter Perrin, Paul Beebe and Billy Walters are the aforementioned three that make up this trippy little trio.   Although the boys come from different musical backgrounds, together they make righteous desert rock that would be the perfect soundtrack for a Tarantino spaghetti western.   Thunderado also teams with additional vocalists to play classic country and rock and roll tunes for private parties!

I Can Get off on You (Willie Neslon)

Me and Paul (Willie Nelson)

Good Hearted Woman (Willie Nelson / Waylon Jennings)

Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain (Willie Nelson)

On the Road Again (Willie Nelson)

Not Sure Hank Done it This Way (Waylon Jennings)

Sunday Morning Coming Down (Kris Kristofferson)

Tulsa Time (Don Williams)

Fulsom Prison Blues (Johnny Cash)

Elvira (Oak Ridge Boys)

Georgia on a Fast Train (Billie Joe Shaver)

Eyes of Texas (Trad.)

Branded Man (Merle Haggard)

Say it Again (Don Williams)

Mama Tried (Merle Haggard)

Up against the Wall Redneck Mother (Ray Wiley Hubbard)

King of the Road (Roger Miller)

Tampa to Tulsa (Jayhawks)

Tear Stained Eye (Son Volt)

California Stars (Wilco)

Two (Ryan Adams)

South of Cincinnati (Dwight Yoakam)

Blue Ridge Mountains (Townes Van Zandt)

Willin’ (Little Feat)

Sundown (Gordon Lightfoot)

You Ain’t Goin Nowhere (The Byrds)

White Freightliner Blues (Townes Van Zandt)

I Know You Rider (Trad.)

Dead Flowers (The Rolling Stones)

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