About Petty Theft
The ultimate tribute to Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers! At the forefront of classic and contemporary American Rock and Roll you are sure to find Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. Petty Theft is comprised of five professional Bay Area musicians that have come together to pay tribute to Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. Petty Theft delivers Petty’s songs true to the originals and in the spirit of his legendary band’s live shows, performing everything from his revered classics to his most current hits.
Since the bands inception in 2005, Petty Theft has been entertaining audiences all over the greater Bay Area and beyond in clubs, at private parties and on large festival stages with an electrifying live show. No matter where they play, it’s a guaranteed sing along. Audiences everywhere know these classic radio hits and when performed by Petty Theft, it sounds like you are hearing the real deal!
Petty Theft is not an average cover band but an ultimate tribute to one of America’s most endearing rock n’ roll legends… It’s not about costumes and getups, it’s all about the music!
Petty Theft continues to build a strong reputation and following as one of the Bay Area’s premier tribute bands.
If you want to hear the greatest Tom Petty and the heartbreaker’s band in the world live, go see Tom Petty and the heartbreakers! If you can’t do that, go see Petty Theft!
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