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Los Skeletone Blues

Submitted by losskeletoneblues (21 August 2009)
The band was formed in 2003. The reason was simple: they wanted to play music they love. Since then they have been playing original songs, as well as covers. The name, Los Skeletone Blues, appeared only in March 2007. The band has been playing in pubs, clubs, private functions and anywhere else you can think...

Lost Hound

Submitted by kitti (12 September 2007)
Lost Hound was farmed in 1998. Vocalist and guitar player Jan de Boer and double-bass player Peter Bosma wanted to start a rockabilly band. They found a drummer Wim Ellerman and played together for two years. In 2000 Wim left Lost Hound and his place took Max de Vries. The same year steel guitar player Koen...

Lucky 13

Submitted by rockabilly_girl (04 April 2007)
Lucky 13 have been rockin' American and European audiences for the last few years, including an appearance at the Viva Las Vegas Festival, and have picked up rave reviews and an enthusiastic band of follows along the way. They followed their debut release, the mini-album 'Visitors From Hail Bop', with a full-length outing, which includes...

Lucky Stars, The

Submitted by kitti (18 September 2007)
Sage Guyton sings, wrestles with an acoustic guitar, and writes the majority of the band's original material. As a frontman, his avuncular personality and hospitable, upbeat vocal style help to create the energetic yet easy going atmosphere that has become the band's trademark. Jeremy Wakefeld plays a Bigsbysteel guitar (and how), proving the age-old...

Mad Jack And The Hatters

Submitted by jackmad56 (20 February 2011)
Mad Jack & The Hatters are from Hebden Bridge and Huddersfield in the UK. There used to be 3 of us, now there are 4. We've been together almost a year now. We all love music with an Attitude, a Beat, an Atmosphere, a bit of Crazy and a Good Tune, so that's what we try...

Marco Da Silva And The Midnighters

Submitted by kitti (25 July 2007)
Marco Da Silva and The Midnighters are a killer Rockabilly band from Rome, Italy, who have been rockin' on stages since 1995. The line-up is Marco Da Silva, a long time Rockabilly soldier, and by three fine musicians who all love the wild spirit of Rockabilly as much as their front-man does. The music...

Mars Attacks

Submitted by rockabilly_girl (26 June 2007)
The band was formed in 1998. In 1999, they released their debut CD/LP " for your life!"; in 2000, they released "Snatch It & Grab It" (4-track vinyl EP); in 2003 "Dirty Tricks" (CD/LP) followed by their current 2006 release "Circle of Love" (CD/LP on Blue Lake Records, Switzerland). Over the years, the boys...

Maryann & The Tri-tones

Submitted by maryann (18 April 2016)
Maryann & The Tri-Tones is a group of seasoned musicians with their roots and spirit in rockabilly, rock'n'roll, country. Years of experience on national and international stages. With sensational vocals, hot-pickin’ guitar, pulsating rhythm guitar, thumping double bass and punctual floating drums producing authentic 1950s sound. Debut album ''Supersonic Gal'' has been released in 2015, recorded...

Mee Kats, The

Submitted by skiprats (08 May 2012)
The MEE Kats perform 50's style Rockabilly music covering a mixture of well known and more obscure songs. Based on a familiar Elvis, Scotty & Bill line up with the addition of drums on certain tracks, these guys certainly know how to get the place rockin'. The recent 7" vinyl...


Submitted by kitti (01 December 2007)
Mischief! Is one of the most refreshing bands on the Rockin’ Scene today. Their high-energy live shows are fantastic, and it’s hard to believe that three musicians can produce such a full sound and perform such a varied set. These guys are not afraid to enjoy themselves. When you see them live, you know from the...
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