Slapback Johnny Delivers the finest Rockabilly music around and fans of this genre can make themselves ready for some great news! Cause this band hailin’from Holland is set to release their debut album “Hit Me Up” on Rhythm Bomb Records next month! “Hoggin’ Around” is one of their fast thriving, well grooving, energetic songs. Listen to it up here!
Southern Rock ‘n Roll band Banditos released a new album called Visionland last year on the Bloodshot Record label. I recently discovered this album and I’m impressed with the laid-back grooves of this Alabama based band. Especially how their single “Fine Fine Day’, goes steadily rollin’ all four and a half minutes long.
As his name may reveal Guitarist and songwriter Al Dual has the ability to switch from one musical style to another. Though Al originates from Spain, he is fluent with “the universal language of music”. According tot his bio “Al’s musical roots first stemmed from ‘50’s Rock & Roll and promptly branched to Rockabilly, Blues, Surf, Western Swing, Jazz, Classical.
Fifties Rock ‘n’Roll fans will cheer about the newest album of Truly Lover Trio “Candy Kisses” which was released last year. Hailing from Los Angeles, California, singer/guitarist Marcel Riesco and his Truly Lover Trio deliver the finest Rock ‘n’Roll tunes in style of Roy Orbison, Buddy Holly, and Carl Perkins. This band has performed at some of the biggest (and smallest) Rockabilly and 1950s Rock and Roll festivals in the world.
With Killer Rock ‘n’ Roll songs like “Hot Tone”, “Rock n’ Roll Dance”, and “Kissing in the Bathroom” Philadelphia based band The Whips make us wild again. their latest album City Wide Special just released on Burger Records in collaboration with Rockin’ Skull Man Records.
Every shop or marketplace you visit in search for some fine vinyl has a copy of Fats Domino for you. Just look a moment at the Wikipedia page of the New Orleans based Singer and Pianist and find out that “five of his records released before 1955 sold over a million copies and were certified as gold records. He had 35 records in the U.S. Billboard Top 40. Last week Fats Domino died at age 89.
Fats had worldwide classic hits like “Blueberry Hill and “Ain’t That a Shame”. His music is always happy and his groove always tight. People who want to play piano should start learning his tunes you. I’ve listed some personal Fats Domino Favorites in this list.
You’d recognize them for making rhythm and blues with a flavor of Garage and for picking the finest cover songs from the sixties to make their own blend of music. the first two albums of The Detroit Cobras were an ode to musicians like Mickey Lee Lane, Otis Redding and Davis & Jones And The Fenders. We are looking back at the second album of the Detroit Cobras ” Life, Love and Leaving”, released 1 May 2001