The Dynamic Duo...
Brothers Danny Boy and Jimbo (Dan and Jim Kehoe) make up the beat-heavy musical/MC duo, HardNox. They began their music careers as DJs in the Bay Area of California. Growing as DJs and club kids in the musically-diverse area, they quickly learned what moved a crowd and what would bring the party to a screeching halt. So after nearly seven years of spinning the same songs, they decided to push their creativity to new levels and make their own music.
HardNox represents the ultimate do-it-yourself work ethic. The Vegas favorites write, record, mix, produce and master their own material just steps away from the kitchen sink. But don’t let their pallid faces fool you; these white boys bring the bass and will blow your car speakers out the window. Lyrically, they manage to be both intuitive and hilarious, but mainly they just want people everywhere to forget their worries and go crazy.
Their hits through the past few years include “Let The Bass Go,” “Fly Away,” “She’d Rather Be With The DJ,” 2010's stadium anthem “Fist Pump” which HardNox performed in the 2010 & 2012 San Francisco Giants World Series Parade in front of 2 million people. "Fist Pump" has also been used on major television networks such as ABC, NBC, FOX, Spike TV, E!, MTV, Style, Oxygen and was the season premiere opening song of 2010's “American Idol.” Howard Stern also used a personalized version of "Fist Pump" for his SiriusXM show!
Now based in the entertainment capital of the world Las Vegas, HardNox rocks all summer long as the resident entertainers at the world famous Sapphire Pool & Dayclub. They DJ, perform, host and run the entire party! HardNox continues to dominate the indie scene in Las Vegas. Furthermore, their songwriting and production has them featured every week on some of the top programs on networks around the world. Look out for HardNox!!