Bad Moon Rising began in 2008, after lead guitar player, Steve Combs, attended a live concert featuring legendary John Fogerty. Steve decided to share his love of Creedence Clearwater Revival’s music, creativity, and idealism. He then formed a band with individuals who also shared the passion to keep the music alive.
After a few years of performing festivals, fairs, bike rallies and corporate shows as an opening act, Bad Moon Rising was able to take on the responsibility of being the main attraction. Bad Moon Rising decided to incorporate different instruments to expand their horizons and make the music sound as close to the record as possible. Bad Moon Rising takes pride in what they do and want people to be able to close their eyes and feel like they’re living the music again.
> Steve Combs - Lead Guitar, Lead Vocals, Harmonica, Keys
> Chris Combs - Rhythm Guitar, Dobro, Keyboard, Vocals
Bad Moon Rising has been booked alongside Desperado (Eagles tribute band) and Forever Mac (Fleetwood Mac tribute band) in a special rock tribute show at the historic Granada Theater in Dallas' Lower Greenville! This special night paying tribute to the legends of rock n' roll will take place on Saturday, July 8.
Get your tickets by clicking the "Tickets" box next to the show in our Shows section on this page. Seats are limited, so get your tickets ASAP!
Helping Hands Jam to benefit Greenville Fire-Rescue Department
-Brad Keller/Greenville Herald Banner
A rock and roll benefit concert this evening will help raise funds for the Greenville Fire-Rescue Department.
The “Helping Hands Jam” is scheduled for 8 p.m. Friday at the American Legion Post 17, 4509 Moulton Street in Greenville.
Organizer Mike Castleberry says the event is designed to benefit the fire department and show firefighters they are appreciated. Steve Combs and Bad Moon Rising will be the featured performer although the event will include an open mic and jam and all musicians are welcome to attend.
There will also be a 50-/50 drawing as well as an auction, and those wishing to contribute auction items can bring them to the American Legion post.
There will be a $5 cover charge at the door and all proceeds from the cover, the auction and all donations will go to the Greenville Fire-Rescue Department.