Southern hip-hop group Rehab started as duo before changing to a quartet for the 2005 release of the ambitious album Graffiti
the World. Epic rereleased the album, changing its name to that of the album’s hit single “Sittin’ at a
Bar” without the band’s permission and Rehab fought back by renaming the infamous drinking song to “Bartender
Song.” Universal solved the problem and eventually singed the band. Get your Rehab Tickets
to see this hip-hop-meets-rock band live!
For the southern hip-hop duo Rehab, their name was a reality, as original members Danny Boone and Brooks Buford met at
a local rehab facility and bonded over their shared taste in music. The duo released their debut rap-meets-rock album, Southern
Discomfort, in 2000 before parting ways. Boone recruited four veteran musicians and kept on truckin’. See the quartet
live, get your Rehab Tickets today!
Not only did Danny Boone (who now goes by his birth name—Danny Alexander) successfully conquer his alcoholism, but
the now-famous frontman also got a successful band, called Rehab of course, out of the deal. This Southern hip-hop quartet
is currently on tour and you won’t want to miss your chance to see them deliver their drinking-themed anthem “Sittin’
at a Bar” and the Top 15 hit “It Don’t Matter” Live, so get your tickets to see Rehab live today!