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Interview with Bobby Horton from Horton Brothers
Submitted by kitti (04 March 2008). Topic - Interviews
Rockabilly Bash: When was your band formed? Bobby: Billy and I moved to Austin in the summer of 1996 and put together the first incarnation with Derek Peterson on rhythm guitar and Alberto Telo on drums. RB: Did you know then what style you were going to play? ...
Interview with DJ Rudy
Submitted by kitti (30 November 2008). Topic - Interviews
Rockabilly Bash: How long are you in rockíníroll scene? Rudy: More than 20 years already, since 1986. RB: When and how did your DJ-ing career start? Rudy: I started DJ-ing at the age of 25 in local Belgium clubs and bars but not on a regular basis. ...
Interview with Don Woody
Submitted by kitti (07 February 2007). Topic - Interviews
It was taken by Lotta and Kitti specially for the Official Website of Don Woody in December of 2003. Lotta & Kitti : Where were you born? Don Woody : I was born in a very small town in the state of Missouri named Tuscumbia. L.K....
Interview with the guys from 'NICOTYNA' from Mexico
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (04 June 2007). Topic - Interviews
'NICOTYNA' - A neo-rockabilly band from Mexico which was formed 7 years ago. Nicotyna are RUSTY (Double Bass/Vocals), MARYO (Drums/Vocals), GUADALUPE (Guitar/Vocals), NEF (Lead Guitar). www.myspace.com/nicotynamexico Really Rockabilly. Hello guys! There is not much information about your band on Internet. Can you tell us a little about yourselves?. Is Nicotyna your first...
Interview with the organiser of the Rockin' Race Jamboree.
Submitted by kitti (28 October 2007). Topic - Interviews
Here Guille from Rockin' Race gives an exclusive interview to Rockabilly Bash. Rockabilly Bash. When and where did the first Rockiní Race Jamboree happen? G-RR. The first festival took place in a small Irish pub called Pink Elephant, located in Torremolinos, in 1997. At the first festival there were only 3 bands...
Jari, man of the house in Dixieland, Estonia
Submitted by joana (03 March 2009). Topic - Interviews
Jari Kuivanen, owner and master of Dixieland, is my good friend from the course of years. I asked him to tell about Dixieland, activities there and about music & American cars as well. Dixieland ranch is located in a beautiful and peaceful place near town called Valga, which is a divided town on Estonian and Latvian...
Jerry Chatabox talks about Rockabilly Rave,,, and just rockabillly
Submitted by kitti (20 July 2009). Topic - Interviews
Rockabilly Bash. When did you first realise that such kind of music as rockabilly exists? Jerry Chatabox. When I was 14 years old. I heard Donít Be Cruel on the radio, and thought it sounded like it was recorded in someoneís bathroom... it had a very raw sound compared to the pop music...
John Atle Lynghaug, the man behind Rebels Revenge!
Submitted by joana (25 March 2009). Topic - Interviews
I've seen this energetic band from Norway on stage for a few times and I must say, that it's a pleasure to see such an enthusiasm in rockabilly and teddyboy life. Rockabilly Bash: First of all, please, tell me, who you are and where are you from? And the band? JAL:...
Jungle Tigers (GER)
Submitted by joana (22 January 2009). Topic - Interviews
I had a chance to get to know this great band in Valga cruising, Estonia, in summer 2008. The band performed on two nights and gained a lot of popularity. Certainly the band was well known already elsewhere, but for me it was the first time I saw them on stage. Now I'm looking forward to...
Ladies and gentlemen - King Drapes!
Submitted by joana (19 March 2009). Topic - Interviews
I have known this band for many years, already when the band had a dissimilar line-up. Also band's style has changed and you will decide, how much you like today's King Drapes. Rockabilly Bash: First of all, please, tell me, who you are and where are you from? C.R.S:Our...
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