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Submitted by andycat
(19 January 2009)
The Cats are three rockers from the best wee country of them all (Scotland).
"We play rockin' good time tunes for you and us to have a great time too. If it's not the rockin vocals and the big bull bass that gets you goin', then its the flyin' Gretch and the pounding drums. We love...
CC JEROME was born in Holland. He has been a staple in the rockabilly and 1950s rock n' roll scene for over twenty years, both in the United States and in Europe. Jerome got his start in 1988 with a very successful group, featuring the great "Junior Marvel".
After a few months of rehearsing...
Three guys, a stand up bass, acoustic guitar, and electic. Sorta more country than rockabilly but still holding true to the roots of both. Songs about two things guys like most, drinkin and women. Their just a couple of ol skool guys and one young an wild singer (and acoustic guitar player) makin their way up...
The Band was put together in spring 2001 as a backing band for american singer/50´s recording artist Rayburn Anthony. Axel Praefcke and Ike Stoye soon found the right guys to make this project happen. With Michael "Humpty" Kirscht on second lead-guitar, "Lucky" Lehmann on stand-up bass and Torsten "Bam-Boom" Peukert on drums they would try to...
Chick'n'Band started out in 1995 upon an event dedicated to the 60th anniversary of Jerry Lee Lewis, the world's most legendary rock'n'roll star. Jerry Lee Lewis has been the role model for the singer and pianist of the band Andu Kõiv, nicknamed "Tibu" ("Chicken"), hence the name of the band. Despite studying percussion instruments at the...
Submitted by jeff
(12 December 2011)
Chris Almoada is a singer and guitar player who has been performing since the late 1970s. He belongs to the first generation of European artists to embrace rockabilly.
In 1972, at the age of 11, Chris began playing boogie-woogie and ragtime on the piano. That same year, he discovered the rock ’n’ roll music of...
"From the Rawk music collective of Toronto's psychobilly nightlife comes a full-force, cow-punk movement known as Christian D & the Hangovers. The Hangovers kick their own brand of artfully crafted rockabilly into full overdrive when they hit the stage or studio, beating up every eardrum and instrument in their path. Drinking meets death (as they often...
Submitted by cliff
(23 September 2011)
The Cobras formed in 1986 and are based in Essex.
They have had several record releases on Fury and Venom Records and play a set containing mostly rockabilly.
The original line up was:
Dave Thomas - Bass & Vocals
Cliff Bassett - Lead Guitar & Vocals
Dave Ward - Rhythm Guitar
Eric Swain - Drums...
Submitted by shaggy
(17 November 2009)
The Coy Dogs was esablished in 1998. The guys have been togther more than 11 years and still gigging strongly. Recently playing at Ace cafe, Cheserfield Rock'n'roll Club, Crondall Rock'n'roll Club, at the 6th TeddyBoy Reunion at Canvey Island.
The band started with four of them: Paul McCrae - lead singer and rythm guitarist,...
It was during the early sixties that the popularity of Rock 'n' Roll music was at it's lowest. 1960 saw the media pushing sloppy Bobbie and Frankie type crap and watered down Elvis look-alikes, etc., until the explosion of the Liverpool Beat groups came and everything.
Amongst teenagers at this time, to...