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Rehab Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
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Latest Post

Rehab
2 months ago
Dear Peeps, Ladies and Gentlemen,
First, thank y'all for the support in 2023! We are so very grateful to all the fans for showing up and showing out over the last
more
Rehab's tour

Bandsintown Merch

Circle Hat
$25.0 USD
Live Collage Sweatshirt
$45.0 USD
Rainbow T-Shirt
$30.0 USD
Circle Beanie
$20.0 USD

Live Photos of Rehab

Rehab at Parker, CO in Wild Goose Saloon 2023
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Fan Reviews

Keith
January 23rd 2024
My pics are blurry but the show wasn't. The band was on n Donny sounded great . The venue couldn't have been better. The sound system was excellent. Most of all Rehab didn't disappoint, the band sounded tight, and Donny voice was smooth as silk. Damn fine show. I want to see them again soon. Warm band,, Spank the Monkey, did a fine job of getting the crowd ready for the show. EXCELLENT!!
Crowley, LA@
Sam's Place
Deb
June 30th 2023
Danny Boone is a FUCKING national treasure. Amazing show- good people. Thanks for a good time!!! 😂😂😻
Fort Dodge, IA@
The Cardiff Event Center at Fort Frenzy
James
June 30th 2023
Thought it was an awesome time was super impressed with all the bands! I have waited since 2001 to see Rehab and they were awesome bass seemed a little loud compared to Danny's vocals but still a awesome show!!!
Fort Dodge, IA@
The Cardiff Event Center at Fort Frenzy
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About Rehab

Rehab Bio
The seeds for the band Rehab were planted in Warner Robins, GA in the 1970’s. Danny Boone Alexander was raised in a home where music was always played. Whether he was listening to his very first album, a present from his Poppa, featuring Johnny Paycheck’s “Take This Job and Shove It,” or sitting on the hood of a car on Dunbar Road at the Crazy 8 Race Track and hearing “Sky Rockets in Flight” during the Bicentennial celebration, most of Danny’s earliest memories revolve around music. Although he listened primarily to rock and southern rock for much of his childhood, almost failing fourth grade in his obsession with Kiss, the arrival of the Beastie Boys, Run DMC, and NWA birthed and cemented his love for hip hop. He first rapped at age 15 in the Northside High School gym during a pep rally. Since that first performance, Danny has always worked, in some capacity, to create music.
In Danny’s late teens, he first worked professionally with one of his still close friends, Denny “Steaknife” Campbell. They called their partnership “Prime Suspect.” When they later met Jason Brooks, Rehab was officially born. Steaknife found himself in the legal system and Rehab, as Danny Boone and Jason Brooks, was signed to Epic Records and released “Southern Discomfort” in 2000 which featured Goodie Mob’s Cee-Lo and Big Gipp as well as Cody Chesnutt. The band sold over 140,000 units of the cd and hit the top 15 of the Modern Rock charts with “It Don’t Matter.” They toured nationally in support of the Vans Warped Tour and with bands like Linkin Park and the Kottonmouth Kings.
After Danny Boone and Brooks parted ways due to creative differences, the band was reborn, and Graffiti the World was recorded with the participation of A-Listers like Bonecrusher, Phil Tan and Billy Hume. The cd was released independently before Danny signed with Universal Records in 2008. Collaboration with Hank Williams Jr. on a remake of Graffiti’s “Sittin’ at a Bar” resulted in a CMT nomination for the Wide Open Country Video of the year in 2009. Rehab was also featured on Rolling Stone's "Hot List" for that renamed single, “The Bartender Song.” Rehab continued to make music working with David Jones and signed to Average Joes. Rehab later released music, again independently, with Jericho.
Rehab has now come full circle. As of January of 2022, the two Prime Suspects are back! Danny and Denny “Steakknife” Campbell are working together again and as always, they bring the fire!
Rehab is currently touring with Danny Boone on vocals, Brandon Dover on bass, Ian Corabi on drums, Austin Sanderson “Uh Oh” as DJ, and Sebastian "Baz" Labar on lead guitar. Come and see Rehab in a town near you!
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Genres:
Hip Hop, Juicey Jazzy Funky, Rap, Alternative, Rock, Hip-hop
Hometown:
Warner Robins, Georgia

No upcoming shows in your city
Send a request to Rehab to play in your city
Request a Show

Concerts and tour dates

Upcoming
Past

Latest Post

Rehab
2 months ago
Dear Peeps, Ladies and Gentlemen,
First, thank y'all for the support in 2023! We are so very grateful to all the fans for showing up and showing out over the last
more

Live Photos of Rehab

Rehab at Parker, CO in Wild Goose Saloon 2023
View All Photos
Rehab's tour

Bandsintown Merch

Circle Hat
$25.0 USD
Live Collage Sweatshirt
$45.0 USD
Rainbow T-Shirt
$30.0 USD
Circle Beanie
$20.0 USD

Fan Reviews

Keith
January 23rd 2024
My pics are blurry but the show wasn't. The band was on n Donny sounded great . The venue couldn't have been better. The sound system was excellent. Most of all Rehab didn't disappoint, the band sounded tight, and Donny voice was smooth as silk. Damn fine show. I want to see them again soon. Warm band,, Spank the Monkey, did a fine job of getting the crowd ready for the show. EXCELLENT!!
Crowley, LA@
Sam's Place
Deb
June 30th 2023
Danny Boone is a FUCKING national treasure. Amazing show- good people. Thanks for a good time!!! 😂😂😻
Fort Dodge, IA@
The Cardiff Event Center at Fort Frenzy
James
June 30th 2023
Thought it was an awesome time was super impressed with all the bands! I have waited since 2001 to see Rehab and they were awesome bass seemed a little loud compared to Danny's vocals but still a awesome show!!!
Fort Dodge, IA@
The Cardiff Event Center at Fort Frenzy
View More Fan Reviews

About Rehab

Rehab Bio
The seeds for the band Rehab were planted in Warner Robins, GA in the 1970’s. Danny Boone Alexander was raised in a home where music was always played. Whether he was listening to his very first album, a present from his Poppa, featuring Johnny Paycheck’s “Take This Job and Shove It,” or sitting on the hood of a car on Dunbar Road at the Crazy 8 Race Track and hearing “Sky Rockets in Flight” during the Bicentennial celebration, most of Danny’s earliest memories revolve around music. Although he listened primarily to rock and southern rock for much of his childhood, almost failing fourth grade in his obsession with Kiss, the arrival of the Beastie Boys, Run DMC, and NWA birthed and cemented his love for hip hop. He first rapped at age 15 in the Northside High School gym during a pep rally. Since that first performance, Danny has always worked, in some capacity, to create music.
In Danny’s late teens, he first worked professionally with one of his still close friends, Denny “Steaknife” Campbell. They called their partnership “Prime Suspect.” When they later met Jason Brooks, Rehab was officially born. Steaknife found himself in the legal system and Rehab, as Danny Boone and Jason Brooks, was signed to Epic Records and released “Southern Discomfort” in 2000 which featured Goodie Mob’s Cee-Lo and Big Gipp as well as Cody Chesnutt. The band sold over 140,000 units of the cd and hit the top 15 of the Modern Rock charts with “It Don’t Matter.” They toured nationally in support of the Vans Warped Tour and with bands like Linkin Park and the Kottonmouth Kings.
After Danny Boone and Brooks parted ways due to creative differences, the band was reborn, and Graffiti the World was recorded with the participation of A-Listers like Bonecrusher, Phil Tan and Billy Hume. The cd was released independently before Danny signed with Universal Records in 2008. Collaboration with Hank Williams Jr. on a remake of Graffiti’s “Sittin’ at a Bar” resulted in a CMT nomination for the Wide Open Country Video of the year in 2009. Rehab was also featured on Rolling Stone's "Hot List" for that renamed single, “The Bartender Song.” Rehab continued to make music working with David Jones and signed to Average Joes. Rehab later released music, again independently, with Jericho.
Rehab has now come full circle. As of January of 2022, the two Prime Suspects are back! Danny and Denny “Steakknife” Campbell are working together again and as always, they bring the fire!
Rehab is currently touring with Danny Boone on vocals, Brandon Dover on bass, Ian Corabi on drums, Austin Sanderson “Uh Oh” as DJ, and Sebastian "Baz" Labar on lead guitar. Come and see Rehab in a town near you!
Show More
Genres:
Hip Hop, Juicey Jazzy Funky, Rap, Alternative, Rock, Hip-hop
Hometown:
Warner Robins, Georgia

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