Rumble King is an American rock n roll band formed in southern California in 1996. Lead by vocalist Aaron Deily and his acoustic piano, Scott Ramirez on tenor saxophone, Ulysses Gallegos on upright bass, Corey Miller on drums, and Johnny Main on Guitar.
The band established their place in music history during the rockabilly and swing revival of the late 90’s. Rooted in blues and early rock n roll, this piano and sax driven quintet gained regional and then national attention with their original songs and unique approach to arranging, recording, and performing without a guitar. Prior to their first recording, the band rehearsed with and wanted to include renowned blues singer and guitarist Johnny Main (The 44’s). Rumble King and The 44’s traveled on separate paths for almost two and half decades until circumstances and fate brought them full circle to the band’s current and originally intended line-up.
Aaron Deily has committed to performing on a genuine acoustic piano and continues to bring an upright piano to every show. The band’s determination to present their sound in a way that honors the roots that have proceeded them is uncompromising. Rumble King has released four LP’s, three EP’s, and dozens of singles. The band’s music and live performance has been showcased in multiple independent award-winning short films, television shows, and radio broadcasts. They have had successful residencies at Disneyland, Knotts Berry Farm, Las Vegas, and countless nightclubs. Rumble King has performed professional engagements for the following companies and events:
Disneyland Make a Wish Foundation Ventura Nationals
Knotts Berry Farm Harley Davidson Route 66 Rendezvous
Sea World Hard Rock Café Orange Blossom Festival
Lucky Brand Jeans House of Blues Lemon Blossom Festival
Viva Las Vegas PBS Cherry Blossom Festival
Yamaha Children’s Foundation Neiman Marcus
Los Angels County Fair Orange County Fair Nordstrom
Recorded by Thomas Yearsley at Thunderbird Analog Studio.
Rumble King's 3rd Full length Album released in 2007
Rumble King's 2nd Recording