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Submitted by kitti
(27 September 2007)
Hailing from Porto, Portugal, 49 Special is a country / honky tonk band that was formed in June 1998 by the fusion of the now defunct Rockabilly band The Tennessee Boys and two other musicians from the Portuguese rockin’ scene. Since then, the band have been working on their self penned material as well as bringing...
“The Accelerators are without doubt one of the best authentic rock ‘n’ roll bands around …..”
Dave Arcari (Artist & Musicians Union Rep)
Drawing on influences as diverse as Country, R & B, Soul and DooWop, this accomplished band, who hail from the east coast of Scotland; have raised Rock ‘n’ Roll/Rockabilly to greater heights....
Submitted by mjerson
(28 April 2010)
Deeply rooted in the Memphis sound, and delta blues. With 7 years of performances in Memphis, Louisville, St Louis, Evansville IN, Chicago, Madison WI, and Milwaukee - this band has released 7 independent CD projects and the current recording "Blood Sweat N Gears" has sold over 1,000 units worldwide.
Reviewed in Full Throttle Midwest Magazine,...
If you would have told Al Krivoy in 1981 that 25 years later he would be playing rock and roll with a bunch of punks from a little town called Lowell, he probably would have laughed in your face and asked what kind of drugs you were on. After countless requests for a European tour, Al...
Since 2002, Montreal’s THE ALLEY DUKES have waged a one-band battle against the cliches and stereotypes of the contemporary rockabilly scene. Their bacchanalian brand of debauched rock’n’roll has breathed new life into what has long been perceived as a PG-rated squeaky-clean revisionist genre. You won’t hear any “oldies” covers at an ALLEY DUKES show, no songs...
The Alleycats are a 50's style rock'n'roll/rockabilly band based in SE London. They were formed in 1998, but have had quite a few changes since then. Only surviving member of the original four piece line-up, Drew Spikes, seems to have accumulated a motley collection of old mates from previous bands to make up the current six...
Submitted by kitti
(03 February 2008)
Arsen Roulette, striving to become one of todays top talents, started years ago by locking himself in his fathers cobbler shop for nights on end, feverishly practicing in the hopes of one day playing throughout the world and leaving behind a piece of himself in history, forever locked inside the immortal medium we call a CD....
Submitted by stevened
(23 February 2009)
The Bad Kills is a Melbourne psychobilly three piece band with double bass, gretch guitars and stand up drums.
The band originated in Melbourne in 2008. Den R, the guitar player of ex Flyin Saucers, Wayne Walker, member of ex Wild Idols and ex Gasolene, and Steve Ned on stand up drums make together a great...
Submitted by ginsyn
(26 July 2012)
Elvis would be proud. Back in the day, hardly anybody knew about jazz, much less rockabilly. Elvis embraced this phenomenon. Which is a huge coincidence, because Barlow Gin is an obscure phenomenon too. Take one guy from here, another couple from there. mix in an oddball drummer. Stir in one mean Mama. Sort of like the...
Submitted by kitti
(14 August 2007)
The Barnshakers is much more than just a wild rockabilly band. The guys recognize their roots from a wide field of good and real music - country, western swing, rhythm and blues, jazz, rock'n roll and rockabilly. The main thing is the feeling, true musicianship and loyalty to roots of their music.
The story began...