Founded in 1990, Bellevue honed their skills playing upwards of 180 shows a year in Oklahoma, Arkansas, Texas, Kansas, Tennessee, and the obligatory trek to the West Coast to play at some of Los Angeles' most notorious clubs such as the Dragonfly and the Coconut Teaser. Their travels put them on the same bills as Brother Kane, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Expanding Man, and Tommy Stinson of the Replacements while still maintaining a spot as one of Tulsa's favorite 18th and Boston area bands. Bellevue released two recordings in their 10 year run and flirted with major labels until ending their full time pursuit of music as a band in 1999. Now, founding members Neil Taylor, and Alex Blazy have joined again with Daryn Buck, Lance Dierker and Carl Piowaty to bring back the energy and honest rock and roll that made them popular for a decade. Playing music from Paul McCartney, the Who, Cheap Trick , Queen and selections from their own recording library, old fans and new will be excited to see them back on stage and better than ever.