Rotel & the Hot Tomatoes
If you like to dance, if you like to watch a great show, if you like to party, if you’re looking for fun, then you’re going to love Rotel and the Hot Tomatoes. Named as one of the top ten party bands in the United States by Harper’s Bazaar magazine, their show captures the sounds, the look, and the fun of the 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s.
Rotel & the Hot Tomatoes are beehives for breakfast, leopard-skin for lunch, and satin for supper. The Hot Tomatoes are three dazzling female singers decked out in one outrageous costume after another: big hair, shimmy dresses, sequins, and leopard pants. When the Hot Tomatoes dance, strut, sing, and stomp, you’re sure to have as much fun as the law allows.
Rotel and the Hot Tomatoes combine world-class vocals and musicianship, stunning costumes, precision choreography, a “blast-from-the-past” repertoire, and hilarious comedy into a unique, dynamic and exciting show that never fails to leave audiences wanting more.
In their home state of Texas, Rotel and the Hot Tomatoes are legendary as a band that turns any event into an unforgettable experience. “We had just landed in Oklahoma City on Friday for a show when we got a call from Austin saying that Governor Bush wanted us to play his Christmas party at the Governor’s Mansion that Sunday.” said Rotel drummer James Cruz. “He danced all night and even got on stage with us.”