For Booking, contact Steve at (720)771-8729 or email


All the Small Things 
Bad Romance 
Ballroom Blitz 
Black Cat 
Blue on Black 
Born Under a Bad Sign 
Call Me the Breeze 
Closer to Home 
Comfortably Numb 
Crazy On You 
Exes & Ohs 
Fast As You 
Feel it Still 
Going Down 
Hate Myself for Loving You 
Hey Jealousy 
Highway to Hell 
Hit Me with Your Best Shot 
Hotel California 
Life in the Fast Lane 
Mary Jane’S Last Dance 
Messed Up World 
Move It on Over 
My Guitar Wants to Kill Your Mama 
One Way or Another 
Right Place, Wrong Time 
Rock & Roll 
Rockin' in the Free World 
Rocky Mountain Way 
Season of the Witch 
Shut Up & Drive 
Smoking in the Boys' Room 
Take Me Down 
The House is Rockin' 
The Middle 
Tie Your Mother Down 
What I Got 
Willie the Wimp 


About Revenant

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Founded in 2014 by Steve Pavey, Revenant is a powerhouse band composed of Angela Long on lead and harmony vocals, Barb Ussery on Bass and vocals, Floyd Van Deusen on guitar and vocals, Tom O’Connor on guitar and vocals, and Steve Pavey on drums and vocals. With every member able to sing, the band plays a potent mix of Classic and Modern Rock as well as Power Pop, Funk and R&B that’s designed to get crowds dancing and singing along, and of course buying food and alcohol. Artists range from the classic rock and power pop of The Eagles, Cheap Trick, Blondie and Sweet to the funk and R&B of Dr.John and Joe Cocker with the modern rock of artists such as Portugal The Man, Rihanna, Halestorm and Pretty Reckless added.  

Some of the places the band has played include: The Venue, The Frontier Club, The Zephyr, Little Bear, Toad Tavern, Fraco’s, Tennyson Tap, Trailside, Sit ‘N Bull, Violet’s Venue, Dickens Opera House, Bar Elevate, Dead Hippie, GI Jodi’s, Lake Avenue Inn, Wheelz, Baker Street Pub, Tailfeathers, T Bone’s, Pub On The Green and The Cigar Bar. 

 Revenant has it’s own PA and lights, and we usually use electronic drums as a way to better control the band’s stage volume. The band understands the difference between volume and dynamics, and we work very closely with the venues we play at to make sure the sound level of the band, while providing energy for the dance floor, is at a reasonable volume so that clientele and bar/wait staff can communicate with one another without having to shout. We understand that our job is to keep your clientele happy so they dance and buy food and alcohol, instead of going elsewhere.

 You can find out more info about the band on our website at . You can also find us on Facebook at as well as YouTube at



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Reference Letter From Pints In The Pines Festival


Photo credits: Susan R.Bailey-Estes