Daizy Aimless, Johnny Hyatt, T-Bone and Neil Anthony are no strangers to good 'ol classic rock n' roll. But these guys have cranked it up to "11" on the rock meters, coming together to create not just another cover band, but Ded Betty, rocking anything from classic Deep Purple and Ozzy Osbourne to modern Collective Soul and Redlight King. You'll never know what's going to flow from their set list, and that's just the way they like it.
Catch Ded Betty's first gig at the Leapin' Lizard, 1719 Cape Coral Parkway, Friday, July 27, from 9 p.m. 1 a.m.
Look forward to hearing anything from Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd to Joe Satriani, Jane's Addiction, Aerosmith and plenty more.
"We play the songs that you don't hear on the radio all the time the songs that you love but never get to hear anymore," said Daizy Aimless, lead and sultry singer of the group.
The group got its new name from famed friend, Scott LaMoth, who runs his own clothing line called Dead Soul Society, developed in 2010.
The man not only designs his own line of clothes, but also airbrushes clothing, musical instruments and anything else that paint will stick to.
"The man is an animal he's so talented," Daizy said.
To check out the latest scoop on the all-new Ded Betty, or to book the group for a gig, visit DaizyAimless.com or find the group on Facebook.
To get in touch with artist Scott LaMoth or to sample some work, email AirToTheThrone67@yahoo.com.