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Rudy La Crioux & The Allstars
Submitted by Mike_The_Bopper (26 January 2007)
Rudy and the crew have done it again. They've released their second album, another scorcher that just as red hot as their previous album. The world keeps turning is an excellent blend of raw rockabilly of the highest degree. The album is packed with 14 of the hottest sounds around that'll have you yearning for more....
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...
Runnin' Wild
Submitted by kitti (03 August 2007)
Well, here's another one I like very much, Part Records sure knows how to pick 'em! This silver platter is gonna make it to the glove compartment of my car, and that means it's gonna accompany me on those long dull car trips. Really, this Runnin' Wild album is great music for the road, but also...
Rusti Steel And The Star Tones
Submitted by rockinev (26 September 2010)
Probably the most authentic sounding UK act on the circut have released a sensational collection 15 rockin' tracks that can't fail to get you bashing the steering wheel on that dreary drive to work! Fourteen of the tracks are originals all could have been written a half a century or more ago, the song...
Silvertones, The
Submitted by kitti (04 July 2009)
Having played together for more than 10 years, The Silvertones, a trio from the north of Germany, finally have released their full-length album. By turning on Hi-Ho-Silver Radio you will get directly to a rock’n’roll station, and who knows, maybe it will be your favourite one. You can find it out only if you will listen...
Slim Sandy
Submitted by howard_raucous (26 January 2007)
Raw 'n' rockin', and as stripped-down as it gets. Slim Sandy is a well-known face on the rockabilly scene, being a member of Ray Condo'd Hardrock Goners, the Crazy Rhythm Daddies and the Howlin' Hound Dogs - but now he's gone-it alone and is the rockinest one-man band around. he sings, plays guitar, plays harmonica, and...
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...
Star Devils Trio
Submitted by kitti (05 June 2009)
Rockabilly trio from Kentucky, Star Devils, has realeased last year the new album. I have never heard this band before, though they seem to be popular and have played at big festivals like Green Bay, Viva Las Vegas and Hemsby Weekenders. They have their very own style in their music. I would say they have a...
Starline Rhythm Boys
Submitted by kitti (27 February 2010)
The next band in the line to be judged is rockabilly trio the Starline Rhythm Boys, from Vermont (where you can see them playing live almost every weekend). The record is clear and very professional. Addition of applauses, yelling and cheers makes the cd even more “live”. The strongest point of the band –...
Teddy Trigger & The Gatling Guns
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (01 February 2007)
This rockabilly rumble boasts modern, powerful production which crashes way beyond the boundaries of authenticity, and shows why Teddy Trigger & The Gatling Guns following is only partly made up of the bequiffed. the lyrics and the pulsating rhythms are pure rockabilly - but the delivery is far more powerful than any kind of 50s retro,...
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