Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers have been releasing albums and touring across the US and UK for many years. Their fans call themselves Peacemakers and refer to the band as RCPM.
This is the group that put a Southwestern spin on alternative rock. If you’ve ever watched the animated series “King of the Hill,” you know what we mean. Fans of the show will recognize the work of Roger Clyne, who wrote (and performed) the show’s theme song.
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RCPM will make a stop at Silverton Casino on April 23 for a concert in Veil Pavilion. The musical beacons of the southwest, fueled by witty and insightful lyrics, crunching guitar riffs, a dynamic rhythm section, and tequila, the group will perform on Saturday, April 23, at 8pm and will have fans singing along to RCPM favorites such as “California Breakdown,” “Lemons,” “Green and Dumb,” and many more.
Last year marked the 25th anniversary of “Fizzy Fuzzy Big & Buzzy,” Roger Clyne’s major-label debut. The album yielded a national modern-rock radio hit in “Banditos,” a gritty, guitar-driven song about planning the ultimate bank heist that includes a singalong chorus of “Everybody knows that the world is full of stupid people.”
Known as one of Arizona’s most beloved hometown groups, Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers were inducted into the Arizona Music & Entertainment Hall of Fame in 2019. RCPM even wrote and recorded the victory song for the MLB team the Arizona Diamondbacks. Even with such success, they may be one of the best kept secrets of the southwest music scene.
The members share ownership of Canción Tequila, which is distilled from 100 percent blue agave.
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