James Patrick Regan

James Patrick Regan

James Patrick Regan is a Vocalist and Guitarist known for solid chops, musicality, and engaging, powerful performances. He is most recognizable as the leader and singer-guitarist for the Deadlies.

James has performed over 200 dates last year both solo and with the Deadlies, completed the 10th season of the TV show, “Creepy KOFY Movietime” with hosts Balrok and No Name airing Saturday nights, and the Deadlies are the House Band on Sacramento’s KMAX 31 incredibly popular TV show, The Car Czar. The Deadlies are also the official house band for the SF Bay Bombers Roller Derby pro team. James is also a contributor to Vintage Guitar Magazine.

James key dates, both solo and with the Deadlies include tour support for Lisa Marie Presley, The Mavericks, Eric Martin, Shuggie Otis, Metalachi, Blue Öyster Cult, Greg Kihn, the B‐52’s, Dick Dale, Billy Bob Thorton and the Boxmasters, The Protomen & Big Bad VooDoo Daddy at renown venues of The Uptown, City Winery Napa,City Winery Atlanta, Buck Owen’s Crystal Palace, The El Rey Theatre, Slim’s , BottleRock Festival, Rockbar Theater, Harlow’s, Cargo Reno, Rogue Theatre, Harris Center, the Catalyst, Six Flag’s Discovery Kingdom, Napa Aloha Festival and more.

The Deadlies have the new album, self‐titled “The Deadlies” which recently dropped and is loaded with swingin’ rocking groovin’ tunes and a video to the singles “Hippie Groove” & “Not 4 U” are available on YouTube. James is also a contributor to Vintage Guitar.

Where are you willing to work?

Willing to work in...: American Canyon, Angwin, Calistoga, Deer Park, Napa, Oakville, Pope Valley, Rutherford, Saint Helena, Yountville, Anywhere in Napa County

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