Randy has toured all over the world during his 35+ year career, and is officially recognized by the Hendrix family. Randy has performed with Steve Miller, Paul Rodgers, Buddy Miles, Sammy Hagar, Herbie Hancock, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Robert Cray, Bob Segar, and Hendrix alumni Noel Redding and Mitch Mitchell. His music also appeared in the 1979 film Apocalypse Now. Randy is well known / highly regarded within the rock guitar community, and was even recognized by Eddie Van Halen in a Guitar Player magazine article. Randy plays sold out shows throughout Europe, as well as performing on live TV.
Randy is best known for his unbelievable Jimi Hendrix set. In fact, Jimi’s dad used to go see Randy perform, and was so impressed that he made sure Jimi’s estate gave Randy “favored nation” status to perform and promote without fear of reprisal.
Big Wheel Stunt Show is a small vehicle with a loud engine. By paring it down to rock and roll’s bare essentials, guitarist Evan Nagle, bassist Jake Melius and drummer Justin Gimse have proved that it’s not the size of your band that counts — it’s what you do with it.
From Rolling Stone Spain, to KEXP, scribes and DJs across the world have been shouting their praise for 2012′s Wonderful Life, the Tacoma, Wash. band’s latest release. Like a carnival on drugs, Wonderful Life takes hold of your brain’s pleasure center and drops it straight down into Alice’s rabbit hole.
Tacoma’s Hardest Working Band – Rolling out 3 Full-Length Albums, and Over 310 Original Rock Shows together since Dishing it Live for the First Time on May 21, 2009.
The Band’s 2011 Second Album – “Cheetah Milque” has garnered sweet reviews around the Globe and the new follow-up “Wonderful LIFE” has had great press prior to the album’s release from the Seattle Weekly, The Soda Shop, Tacoma Weekly, Planet Heavy and Ripple Effect.
Drawing influence from the likes of MC5, Grand Funk, Muddy Waters, the Who, Stone Temple Pilots, Van Halen, Pearl Jam, Motown, Black Sabbath and a veritable World of Others – BIG WHEEL STUNT SHOW has consistently played to Smiling Faces and Well-Rung Ears.