The Regulators have already been located in the LA area through the later ’80s through in to the 2000s, but everything regarding the music group recalls the Southern rock and roll from the ’70s. Showing off long locks, beards, cowboy hats, natural leather vests, and cowboy boot styles, members from the Regulators appear to be they simply stepped away from a biker club in Tx, Alabama, or Georgia in 1974, and their Southern-fried boogie can be an unapologetic throwback to the times of Lynyrd Skynyrd, ZZ Best, the Outlaws, Molly Hatchet, and .38 Special. In 1992, the Regulators agreed upon with Polydor and documented their self-titled debut record, which included the singles “Last Possibility” and “ALLOW IT Ride,” along with the tune “Whiskey Fever” (noticed within the Steven Seagal actions film Under Siege). The music group experienced a tragic blow in 1993, when among its founding people, guitarist Jimi Hughes, passed away of the gunshot wound experienced throughout a scuffle. After parting business with Polydor, the Regulators continued to be energetic on the Southern California picture, nonetheless it wasn’t until 1998’s Club & Grill they documented another record. In the brand new millennium, the Regulators lineup provides included Ronnie Farrell (vocals and electric guitar), Johnny Barnes (business lead electric guitar), Chris Turbis (keyboards), Lorenzo Delveckio (bass), and Tag Accevis (drums).