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Mark Harman & Hot Rod Rhythm Boys
Submitted by hankabilly (04 February 2017)
Mark Harman & Hot Rod Rhythm Boys - The Boy Comes Home Today Savotta Records Hi guys the band was formed in 2007 by frontman Mark Harman, from the legendary neo-rockabilly band RESTLESS. Mark Harman with some hot rhythm boys from Finland did make a EP and a album titled „introduction” in 2011. ...
Contessa & The Squires
Submitted by hankabilly (01 October 2016)
Batman must get one of Joker's bombs away so stomp the bomb! This EP have 4 original tracks, miss Contessa from Italy on vocals, Influenced by 60's surf acts garage-beat-Cramps. First song is about to sing and dance a happy tune, seconds song about the famous 50’s car. The other 2 tracks are mod a go...
Nick Curran & The Lowlives
Submitted by hankabilly (20 May 2016)
Everybody must buy this album if don’t have it yet, it’s the best and last CD from the late great Nick Curran. Starting this album with Wild Lover from Etta James, man what a great version this shows so much the influence of Little Richard! Second song Real Rock Party this is the real...
Rockin’ Bonnie & The Rot Gut Shots
Submitted by hankabilly (20 May 2016)
Sabrina aka Rockin’ Bonnie queen of Honky Tonk from Italy did play 2009 on D-Day in Amsterdam now she playing everywhere High Rockabilly Spain, Summer Jamboree, Russia, Rockabilly Rave, Screamin’, Rockers Weekender CA Long Beach, Las Vegas etc. The album is a cocktail of music styles mixing country, rockabilly, rock and roll, hillbilly and western...
Rockin’ Daddies
Submitted by hankabilly (20 May 2016)
Rockin’ Daddies from New York it's been more then ten years since the last Rockin Daddies CD, and as a result, a whopping 17 songs made the cut. A wide range of styles are covered, from Rockabilly to New Orleans Blues to Surf instrumentals inspired by Elvis, Dick Dale, Link Wray, Nick Curran and the...
Finn & The Sharks
Submitted by hankabilly (20 May 2016)
his New York band merges country, roots Americana, taking in Rockabilly and more. Packed with well crafted original songs, played with precision, and led by a good strong vocal. The guitar playing is a delight, and the upright bass and drums solid. The songwriting is top-notch, mixing moody ballads if you like Chris Isaak...
Tip Top Trio
Submitted by hankabilly (20 May 2016)
Tip Top rockbilly Trio, bass, electric guitar and rhythm guitar, all members sing, drum less band sounds little bit like Riverside Trio, High Noon, Skip Rats, Terry & Gerry etc. The Tip Top Trio played around the Sacramento and the Bay Area en where they also living, Zack B. Hectic moved to San Francisco. This...
The Rockats
Submitted by dcltrueleft (29 February 2016)
Some cats got it...In my first-hand estimation, the Rockats and Robert Gordon prowled the crest of the 70s/80s revival wave. So it's only fitting that in 2014 they all located at Lanark Records - their presence at the surging upstart imprint elevating it in importance. The original 'Cats are here - world-class singer Dibbs...
Tremors
Submitted by dcltrueleft (29 February 2016)
Jimmy Tremor (nee Gardner), leader of North Carolina's hell-bent hillbilly rockers the Tremors, has ensured that they varied little over the course of 10 years and five CDs. There was and is no need. A backwoods Americana visionary, Tremor was onto something good from the start. The feral cats howling at the fractured, midnight blood moon,...
Robert Gordon
Submitted by dcltrueleft (29 February 2016)
As an RG fan who first heard The Voice on 1975's "Live at CBGB's" double LP, I couldn't be happier with this disc - a strapping reaffirmation of supremacy. Robert has for years percolated on undersung releases (like 2006 Last Call disc "Rockin the Paradiso," and 2007's "It's Now or Never," on Rykodisc.) For...
Clint Bradley
Submitted by dcltrueleft (29 February 2016)
Gentle-voiced Clint knows well his way around winsome western airs of the sort that Marty Robbins rode to the trail's high end. And that he ambles good-naturedly, an occasional bounce in his giddy-up, allows the appropriately mainly acoustic players to stretch and interpret at hand-tooled leisure. A relaxing satisfaction. Recommended "Riding After Midnight," "Six Strings,"...
Reach Around Rodeo Clowns
Submitted by dcltrueleft (29 February 2016)
Unfortunately, terms like "inventive," "refreshing," and "clever" have too often been used to describe musicians not nearly as worthy of their imprint as is Quentin Jones. Those already fans of the man's red hot-gunning guitar-play -- with, most recently, Charlie Gracie, Robert Gordon, and the Rockats, as well as his own RARC -- know him...
Robert Gordon
Submitted by dcltrueleft (29 February 2016)
(A quick note: Some call this an "unauthorized bootleg," none of whose sales profits go to Robert Gordon. On the other hand, I've been assured that the tapes were in fact paid for, and that release is entirely proper. I understand players depend on music sales for their livelihood, and I don't wish to...
Lustre Kings
Submitted by dcltrueleft (29 February 2016)
The Lustre Kings dig that true-hearted rockabilly has a country core, and their unfeigned love of the rebel music is infectious. The good-time sounds purveyed by Gretsch-slinger Mark Gamsjager and co. swing, bop, and wheel in formidable fashion; so enthusiastically so that the world's hardwood dance floors surely fear the Lustre Kings. Each hip-dipped step of...
Jinx Jones
Submitted by dcltrueleft (29 February 2016)
It's not uncommon for artists to cool down a bit once they're a few discs into recording careers. Maybe they lose something of their initial creative fire. Perhaps they're a little less hungry. But such concerns can be set to one side 'til another day and for a different case. Because California guitar wizard Jinx...

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