The Good Rebels

The Good Rebels

 Los Angeles, California, USA

Randy Spendlove, the President of Motion Picture Music at Paramount Pictures, has described The Good Rebels as The Beatles meets Kings of Leon. Vintage yet fresh, The Good Rebels’ music is best described as a modernization of the sensibilities seen in their heroes of the 60’s, creating their own unique sound that still feels instantly familiar.


The Good Rebels (formerly Pan Am) are a band that is all about songwriting. Inspired by the melodic sensibility of the 60s, The Good Rebels continue a small tradition of bands that write songs you can sing along to, not just rock out to. Above all else, The Good Rebels aim to be catchy, and their songs are best described as that. Although their songs are reminiscent of the 60s, The Good Rebels sound unmistakably modern. Vintage yet fresh, traditional yet new, The Good Rebels’ sound is entirely their own.

Consisting of brothers Steven and Gary Lundy, Dan Attanasio, and Kelly King, The Good Rebels have already performed at many of Los Angeles’ most prestigious clubs, including The Troubadour, The Roxy, and The Echo, where they supported The Postelles. Their live shows never fail to exhibit what makes the band special: a knack for melodic, well-crafted songs coupled with energetic stage presence. The Good Rebels have also gained a following in Milwaukee, where they have played the Milwaukee Summerfest many times. Fresh on the heels of their debut EP, Ladies and Gentlemen…Meet The Good Rebels, the band recently opened for Five For Fighting at the Milwaukee Brewers’ Playoff Rally. 2012 looks to be the band’s most ambitious year yet, with the targeted release of their debut album, a concept album titled 2012, which will be released gradually with a new track every month, so that at the end of the year fans will have a 12-track album that will serve as a snapshot of every month of the year 2012.


Ladies and Gentlement...Meet The Good Rebels EP (September 27,2011)