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Slim Slip & The Sliders
Submitted by rockinev (20 January 2009)
Make no mistake this band rocks. Anyone who has seen their live performances will know that and they have built a well deserved following on the rockin scene. Opening with the title track Go Wild a solid rocker with a great rolling lead guitar riff rumbling through it. I Don't Need You No More ventures...
Loosenoose
Submitted by rockinev (09 January 2009)
Well here it is - much awaited album from Mark Harman, Jeff Bayley and Mark Simpson - Loosenoose. If you're buying this expecting a neo-rockabilly, Restless flashback, it's not! Buy it though anyway this is a brand new band and sound. The album contains 20 tracks making it exceptional value for money and...
Keytones, The
Submitted by kitti (23 December 2008)
Do you believe in perfection? Do you believe that nowadays you can find a perfect band? To be honest, I didn’t… until I saw The Keytones live in Caddy’s Diner (Holland). The plan was to go out and fool around with my friends (you know - drink some beer or few, have a chat, maybe...
Paul Paterson
Submitted by rockinev (02 November 2008)
Paul paterson is a busy man, not only is he a member of 'Union Avenue' the excellent Johnny cash sounding band, and the hard rockin Hi Voltage, he has had time to record this solo album. It is hard to classify the album by genre as it covers so many, but surf/guitar is most prominent....
Truly Lover Trio
Submitted by kitti (19 October 2008)
I have in my hands the album of Truly Lover Trio “Dig It, Baby, Dig It”. Before I started to listen to it, I had a look at the band’s homepage, which is a pure reflection of CD - the same colours, the same style, the same “Dig It” feeling throughout every page. So you are...
Reno Brothers
Submitted by dutch (19 October 2008)
After the amazing great bopping CD single “Born To Party” 2000, “Live at the Cruise Inn” 2002 (together with Mischief) and “Six Years On The Road And Movin’ On” 2005. This is the fourth CD where the Reno’s appeared on and a lot of people are waiting for. The last four years the band...
Rudy La Crioux And The All Stars
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (14 October 2008)
This British rockabilly combo has been playing hot music for 10 years already and have become favourites on the club scene, and "Wild & Pretty" is their only their 4th album in this time. Of course it better to concentrate on quality over quantity - prooved here with their latest release. Here are 14...
Barry Ryan
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (12 October 2008)
Barry Ryan is well known to neo-rockabilly fans via his involvement with the legendary Rockats and for being a guitar player for Robert Gordon. His musical career started much earlier - in the 1970s he was with with cajun/rockabilly band Lucky 7. The Rockats got him in the early 1980s, and he brought along...
Vince Ray & The Boneshakers
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (20 September 2008)
The mighty talent of Vince Ray and his band has once again exploded onto CD via their latest album 'Zombie Radio'. As you may know Vince Ray has two ongoing musical projects, under his own name with the Boneshakers and more Punky Garage-Billy band The Vincent Razorbacks. This album is more on the ghoulish...
Lisa George & The Pedalos
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (20 September 2008)
Lisa George has been into 1940s and 50s music for a good while now and some of us know her from Rockin' Rhythm & Blues big band 'The Cat Pack' as well as all girl band 'Helles Bells'. Now the mighty talent of this lady takes her back to performing Rockabilly music once again. ...
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