Dallas, Texas – (SatireWorld.com) Rockers Lee Harvey Oswald and Jack Ruby have a few kind words for their fans…’We love you guys!’ Ever since the rock band ‘The Lee Harvey Oswald Band’ was formed success seems to have followed them wherever they play.
First formed in 1963, the band has endured trials and travesties until it signed a record deal with MCA in 1968. The rest is recording history as the popular bar band has sold almost 700 Billion albums across the world.
PHOTO INSERT: The Boys Are Back! The Lee Harvey Oswald Band is appearing at one of Dallas' great listening spots once again and playing to sold out crowds.
At the Rock On Hotel in downtown Dallas, the Lee Harvey Oswald Band has been sold out for the past three weeks, with ticket scalpers demanding $2,500 per ticket to get a front-table seat at one of the bands two shows nightly.
So, how good is this band and why has it prevailed all these years? Simple. People love them and their folksy, vintage rock music. The band accommodates their fans by playing popular tracks from albums that are nearly 45 years old, but still cause the crowd to jump to their feet as original riffs from ‘Head Shot’ fills the stage as Lee Harvey jumps onto the stage playing ‘Killshot,’ his favorite Les Paul guitar shaped like a WWII rifle.
Lead guitarist Jack Ruby brings down the house with his soloist rendition of ‘I Shot The Sheriff’ which is the band’s signature track from their popular second album released in 1971.
Lee Harvey Oswald closes each show with the band’s number one hit “All Jackie Wants For Christmas Is Jack-In-The-Box”a fan favorite which has taken two Grammy Awards in 1981, and was on the sound track for Oliver Stone’s movie ‘JFK.’
In a recent Rolling Stone interview, Lee Harvey said his favorite venue was Dallas, and he was looking forward to visiting a few of his old haunts. He said he plans a day down at the old School Book Depository where he and a Jack Kennedy look-a-like will be posing for photos and signing autographs for a local charity.
The Lee Harvey Oswald Band will be playing at the Rock On Hotel for two more weeks.