Red Devil Rebels

Red Devil Rebels

 Tyler, Texas, USA

The Red Devil Rebels are some good 'ol country boys with over 35 years of music experience between the 3 of them. Their music is a special brand of Texas Country with a "Go Big or Go Home" attitude. They're all about playing good music and having an all around good time.


The Rebels: Clark "Goat" Stone (Drums and Vocals) has toured the U.S. and parts of Canada in bands like "Perfect Stranger" and CBS/Priority Recording Artist "Cruse Family", to other various local bands in Tyler/ surrounding areas from 1974 -1998. Stone then went semi-retired to do the FAMILY thing........Now back into the music scene with his brothers Kendal Birdsong (Bass), and former Koch Records and Pony Canyon recording artist/song writer Kirk " Cap " Harper (Guitar and Vocals). These are veterans in the music industry and bring years of experience to their music. Cap co-wrote and was lead vocalist on the Lynch Mob " Smoke This" album with guitar GOD George Lynch of Dokken. "We've known each other over 20 years" says Harper. "But all took separate paths in our lives" Birdsong adds. Stone says, "It's funny how life comes full circle. We had a mutual friend, Rick "Slick" Smith, that lit the fire and this thing just kinda happened." Now the Rebels are coming together for the first time to start a new adventure.

This East Texas trio packs a hell of a punch. From songs like "Get Loud", which captures that good time crazy country boy attitude, to "114 Miles to Paris", which takes you on an intense journey with a crazy ex-girlfriend, to "Outlaw Ways", which just about sums it up, these fellas have something for everyone. Red Devil Rebels go full-throttle from beginning to end and bring you a very unique brand of "Texas Country" with original music they call "Texas Two-Stomp".

RDR's "Go big or go home" attitude comes across in their music as well as their live shows. This band is so much fun they should be illegal.

If you love new and exciting music, you are going to love this band.


Demo [2010]
Something For Your No-No Spot [2011]