If you want to find out how we came to be the best biker bar in South Carolina look no further. The answer is our great staff. Get to know all of our people staff even before you come in. They are what really makes this place run, and we are proud to introduce them to you. Keep reading and get ready to say hello.
Bill Barber – General Manager
Born and raised in Kenosha Wisconsin. Graduated from Bradford High School in 1973 and attended the University of Wisconsin/Parkside and Gateway Technical School. Married to Brenda since 1973 and have 2 daughters and 5 grandchildren. Owned and operated an Excavating, Grading and Demolition company for 31 years. Moved to Murrells Inlet, SC in 1978.
Started riding Motorcycles at the age of 10 and raced Flat Track at local Dirt Tracks for 3 years. Have owned and built numerous Motorcycles over the years such as Moto Parilla, Ducati, Maico, Harley Davidson, Yamaha, Norton, BSA and Triumphs. Started working at Suck Bang Blow in 2010 as Bike Week Events coordinator and became General Manager in 2012.
Started the “Rockabunny Rumble” in 2012, ”Cash Bash” in 2012, Food Truck Festival 2012, “Rebel Yell” in 2013 and founded the “South Carolina Biker Hall of Fame” in 2014.
Teaches the State Dance of the Carolinas “Shag” and has won the US Open Swing Dance Championships in Anaheim, California, the USA Grand National Dance Championships in Atlanta, Georgia, Swing Fling in Washington DC and the National Shag Dance Championships in North Myrtle Beach, SC. Inducted into both the Shaggers Hall of Fame and the National Living Legends of Dance in 2014.
Barbara “Barbie” Fields Sheppard – Bartender
“I was born in Johnson City Tennessee and lived there until I was 16. I moved to Tampa. FL for a couple of years. My love of the Mountains drew me back home. I reconnected with my friends and spent my free time riding dirt bikes. I pursued a career in Home Health Care and worked for years in that field and loved it. The job finally took a toll on my life and I decided to change careers. I took Fire Training and got a job with Eastman Chemical Company as a Fire Watchman. It was then that I lost my Father and Grandmother and it hurt so bad that I thought a change in my life would help. I moved to the Beach to clear my head and got together with my husband Phillip. We share the same passion of riding motorcycles and living at the beach worshipping the Sun. He builds old Triumph Choppers in his shop as a hobby. Soon after moving to the beach, I started working at the famous Suck Bang Blow. I have a great life, great friends and a wonderful husband. Life is GOOD!!!”