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Warren Scott & The Memphis Playboys
Submitted by rockinev (22 May 2009)
Well I have to say that I have been very fortunate lately to acquire some excellent CD's and this is no exception. This is a relatively new band on the scene having only gigged about a half a dozen times, however the guys will be familiar to you, for Warren Scott is non other than...
Wes Pudsey & His Sonic Aces
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (25 January 2007)
Pure rockabilly from one of Australia's best rockinest bands. This is the debut album that established them as favourites on the rockabilly scene. Lots of great boppin' originals, complimented with a handful of rockin' 50s covers....
Western Aces, The
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (24 June 2008)
Very new band on the rockin' scene with one of the finest sounds around. All the tracks are enriched with splendid steel guitar breaks, with skillful lead guitar and an excellent rhythm section. All four members of 'The Western Aces' played in distinguished rockin' bands before. Brothers Gordon and Dave Doel were performing...
Wild Goners
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (22 April 2008)
Favourites of the Authentic Rockabilly revival of the 1990s, The Wild Goners cut two vinyl LPs for the famous Tail Records label. They also started working on a third album, never released because the singer moved over to Canada and the band ceased. But now he, and they, are back again and rockin' the European 50s...
Wild Wax Combo
Submitted by kitti (18 January 2007)
Originally published on BlackCat Rockabilly EUROPE Wild Wax Combo from Copenhagen, Denmark, have their 10 year anniversary this year. And every couple of years the band records a fantastic album, this being their fourth, and I have been a fan from the beginning. The opener "Hot Rod Racer" is nothing less...
Wildkats, The
Submitted by kitti (30 September 2007)
The Wildkats is very popular name among rockíníroll bands, but the music they play is not the same. This four-piece band is from North West of England. I would describe them as a standard band with standard choice of instruments and the list of standard rockíníroll songs. Unfortunately all of 15 compositions are...
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