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Jim & Jerry

Submitted by musicjones (19 November 2012)
Multi talented songwriter and musician Jim Leslie has played with some of the most talented people on the planet including Billy Swan, Johnny Meeks, Lucinda Williams, Jim Lauderdale and Dale Watson, just to name a few. Jim has had a long career as a songwriter and his songs have been recorded by such greats as Buddy...

Jet-sons, The

Submitted by jetsons (13 November 2007)
The Jet-sons are crazy rockabillies from south Poland. They're playing pure, wild garage rockabilly! Dominic is picking the geetar, Tommy is slapping the big bass and Niko is drumming and doing all those crazy stuff over stage. They made few records on some compilation, recorded Tribute to Cash CD which was sold to many countries...

Jerry Spathis

Submitted by sword1962 (05 December 2010)
Jerry Spathis provides tributes to Ricky Nelson, Big Bopper, Chuck Berry, Elvis and other rockabilly artists from early roots of rock. Based in New Jersey, but plays all tri-state areas. Mr. Jerry Spathis also performs as a solo artist and sings to the likes of Dean Martin, Bobby Darin, the Temptations, Standards, Motown, Oldies, etc....

Jancee Pornick Casino, The

Submitted by rockabilly_girl (12 June 2007)
Russian-American Surf Federation Jancee Warnick guitars,vocals Vladimir Martens bass Stanislav Torbotrous drums The story goes: American guitarplayer Jancee Warnick meets two crazy Russian dudes in his German exile. Together they form one of the strangest and most explosive rock’n roll-bands of our...

Hot Rod Lincoln

Submitted by rockabilly_girl (13 March 2007)
These way cool cats are HOT – ROD – LINCOLN! By Mik Homer Now you’ve heard the story about the Rockabilly cats, who play their music in the crazy flats. That story’s true in case you’re thinkin’, These way cool cats are HOT – ROD – LINCOLN! ...

Hot Rocks, The

Submitted by kitti (18 March 2008)
It's already 20 years since The Hot Rocks have been performed either as a band or as backup on lots of European and Canadian stages. The trio plays the music of 50’s, having in their set list self-penned compositions as well as covers but with a lot of improvisation and their own arrangements. The...

Horton Brothers

Submitted by kitti (05 September 2007)
Bobby and Billy Horton were born and raised in Beaumont, Texas, but have called Austin home since 1996. The boys' brand of rockabilly/hillbilly bop has been influenced by the likes of Jimmy and Johnny, Rusty and Doug Kershaw, The York Brothers, The Everly Brothers, and the wealth of great stuff emanating from Owen Bradley's studio in...

Hollowbody Hellraisers

Submitted by hollowbodyhellraiser (30 June 2009)
Hollowbody Hellraisers is based out of Gainesville Florida and is assembled of four diverse musicians who have made their mark in various other bands before coming together to form this killer collaboration. Andrew has rocked in the band Empty Fifth which took Gainesville by storm being one the only rockabilly bands to form in this town....

Hitchers, The

Submitted by kitti (17 January 2009)
The Hitchers' have been playing their own style of punk rock'n'roll, much to the delight of audiences nationwide. Capturing the infectious buzz of punk rock with the fun and style of the 1950s rock 'n' roll years, and dispensing the results in short, melodic bursts of energy, they are arguably the most intriguing live act on...

Hillbilly Preachers, The

Submitted by kitti (24 January 2009)
Now this is a brand new band! The reason for gaining this cats together is my hyperactivity! The love for the old music, recording, playing around, and hangin' with the great musicians was just too strong, and the self penned songs are accumulating in the head and trying to get out, so we did let them!...
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