Formed in 2008 out of Tucson, Arizona, the Rowdy Johnson Band burst on the scene quickly due to their original songs and sound. On the stages all throughout Arizona, most notably Tombstone which they now call home, RJB began to spread their wings and hone their craft. In the “Town Too Tough To Die”, RJB has become Legend and it didn’t take long for the word to spread. There’s no doubt Rowdy and the boys of RJB are destined for greatness.
Somewhere between the vibe of Classic Southern Rock and the unmistakable Outlaw sounds of Waylon & Willie, that’s where you’ll find RJB. Not one for labels, the band’s namesake refuses to limit himself when it comes to his songwriting. As the songs go, so does RJB. And speaking of songs, RJB’s CD releases “Outlaws Today” and “America’s Best” and "Hillbilly Rockstar" feature 36 amazing songs that pack a serious punch and are even better Live. From the dive bars & honky-tonks to the biggest stages around, RJB’s right at home. Been there, done that and have the t-shirt. Having shared the stage with some of Music’s most iconic performers including Merle Haggard, David Allan Coe, Charlie Daniels, Molly Hatchet, Gary Allan, Trace Adkins, .38 Special, Gretchen Wilson, Lynn Anderson, Big & Rich, Jackyl, Grand Funk Railroad and Steppenwolf just to name a few. There’s no stage or crowd too big for the Rowdy Johnson Band.