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Karling Abbeygate

Submitted by kitti (07 December 2008)
Karling Abbeygate is an enigma. One might, and understandably so, assume that she hails from Texas or Memphis, since her "twang" is tweaked to perfection. But this is not the case. She's from Norwich, a small town in the English countryside. Yet how can this be? Her voice drips with authenticity as she bleeds out those...

Kieron Mcdonald

Submitted by kmcd (01 September 2009)
Kieron McDonald is better known as the frontman for Melbourne's Rockabilly outfit the Flatfoot Shakers. He was born and raised in Australia spending most of his life growing up in the seaside town of Rye in southern Victoria. He spent many a night as a young nipper listening to his Dad's old Country records which led...

Kim Lenz

Submitted by kitti (08 February 2009)
Female singers at the forefront of the rockabilly movement can be counted on one hand - Wanda Jackson and Janis Martin are probably the two most famous - but add to that list one red-hot (tressed) lady from Dallas who fronts one of the most-talked-about combos of that genre: Kim Lenz and her Jaguars. Daughter...

Matthew Lee

Submitted by ingetje (26 March 2009)
The Rockin' piano man from Italy that will knock your socks off! Matthew Lee is a rock’n’roll singer and pianist from Italy. Besides being a well-talented musician, his unmistakable and ductile voice can be energetic and gritty but also warm and expressive. Despite his young age, he is able to capture the audience's attention on...

Michael Ubaldini

Submitted by rockabilly_girl (11 March 2007)
Rock n' Roll, rebel, poet, philosopher, hopeless romantic, storyteller, guitar slingin' outlaw in black are only a few of the diverse descriptions of Gritty singer & 'Prolific' songwriter Michael Ubaldini. This artist obviously defies categorization..and while back in the day when many bands in Southern California were entrenched in Hardcore and Punk Michael was as usual...

Mike Sanchez

Submitted by kitti (14 December 2008)
British singer, pianist and guitarist Mike Sanchez is one of the most exciting and charismatic performers of Rhythm & Blues and Rock 'n' Roll in the world today. His indelible image as a frenetic front man, pumping powerful boogie-woogie from the piano in a soaking red suit, has won him fans from all over the world...

Miss Lauren Marie

Submitted by kitti (11 September 2007)
Miss Lauren Marie hails from Cape Cod, Massachusetts - a place that isn't really known for turning out rockabilly and honky tonk singers. But she's an exception. She's influenced by Janis Martin, Elvis Presley, Kay Starr, Johnny Burnette, and Patsy Cline. And although she'd been singin' in the shower and around the house for...

Pep Torres

Submitted by kitti (17 December 2007)
Latino-rocker/crooner Pep Torres, from Hollywood, CA, plays his own blend of 50s style rock & roll, rockabilly, doo-wop, and rhythm and blues. Pep puts on an incredible show of highly energetic and danceable numbers as well as tender ballads, emphasizing his uniqueness by singing in both English and Spanish! Originally born and raised in Santa...

R.J.

Submitted by dutch (29 November 2009)
For years I played bass in Holland with a rockabilly band. I started in 1988 as a rhythm guitar player/singer but switched at the end of 1999 to bass. From that moment on my career as a rockabilly musician has been changing as sky rocket. I played with bands such as Red Shots, King...

Rip Masters

Submitted by kitti (28 September 2007)
Rip Masters has recorded 6 albums, was the main house piano player for Rollin Rock Records, wrote the song "Rockabilly Man", played on recordings by Gene Vincent, Ray Campi, Mac Curtis, Jack Cochran, Jimmy Lee Maslon, Chuck Higgins, Tony Conn, Rockin Ryan and the Goners, Pep Torres, Linda and Eitaro, Nikki and the Corvettes, and many...
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