Ghost Town Hangmen

In the late fall of 2009, Rockabilly's angry cousin, Punk, grabbed a chainsaw, plugged it into a hi-gain amplifier, and sent a haunting melody out into the crisp Santa Cruz mountain air. It was the birth of Ghost Town Hangmen; a punkabilly trio that has become a staple in the west coast music scene.

Ghost Town Hangmen’s music is a tasteful blend of country, blues, and jazz coated with a punk rock finish that brings familiarity to a new aural experience. This is apparent upon listening to their explosive new “Room 33 EP”, or the band's full-length “Self-Titled" album.

Ghost Town Hangmen's dynamic song writing guarantees a new level of enthusiasm for all rock genre lovers. Several of GTH’s songs, including “The Beginning of the End”, “Mean Ass Man”, and “If I Had a Dollar” have been showcased on a variety of west coast radio stations. The boys are no slouches when it comes to performing either, having rocked some of the most historic stages in the U.S. To date, the band has performed with several iconic artists like "The Living End", “The Reverend Horton Heat”, “The Dead Kennedys”, “The Swinging Utters”, and on several occasions, “The Chop Tops”, “The Koffin Kats”, and “Three Bad Jacks”.

Ghost Town Hangmen deliver high-energy performances that leave fans and newcomers thirsting for more, so make sure you get out to a GTH show soon and find out for yourself why people around the world listen to Ghost Town Hangmen!

Ghost Town Hangmen are:

Craig Hyatt - Guitar/Vocals

Rob Shaw - Bass/Vocals

Kyle Malone - Drums/Vocals

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