Randy Rich

Mai 10th, 2017 | By
Randy Rich

That’s a classic one I often ask, but I’m always curious to know how you discovered the music you play now ? Randy Rich: Well, in one way we were lucky growing up in the 80’s. There was still a lot of Rock’n’Roll in TV and radio even in East Germany. One day I saw…

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Lil Esther (Bugaloos, Jess and Jill and the Sinners, Tinstars…)

Avr 12th, 2017 | By
Lil Esther

Lil Esther Another old interview I did a couple of years ago for Jumpin’ from 6 to 6, but there’s too many good informations in that one, and Esther is one of my favorite singer, that I ddn’t want it to be lost.  What kind of music did you grow up with ? Lil Esther…

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Dave Stuckey (aka Dave « Pappy » Stuckey)

Fév 7th, 2017 | By
Dave Stuckey

This is an old one. Maybe the first one I did when I thought about doing a fanzine again, back in 2000 or something like this. « Get A Load of This » was on heavy rotation on my player and I was thinking « How nice it would be to ask a few question to this gentleman »….

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Kim Lenz

Juin 26th, 2016 | By
Kim Lenz

Kim Lenz 20th Century Rockabilly Meets 21st Century Woman Take the warm, honeyed tones of a Wanda Jackson ballad. Combine them with the lusty power of Barbara Pittman. Add a liberal helping of Janis Martin’s gritty vocal, and sprinkle generously with the raw, rebellious sounds of rockabilly poster boys Gene Vincent and Billy Lee Riley….

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Johnny « Spazz » Hatton

Avr 23rd, 2016 | By
Johnny "Spazz" Hatton

The silky-voiced Tony Bennett. Country music queen Dolly Parton. Legendary protest rocker Bob Dylan. “The King of Rock ‘n’ Roll” Elvis Presley. All four rank amongst the most recognizable names to ever pick up a microphone; all four have reached the pinnacle of success in their respective music genres. And all four have utilized the…

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Buzz Campbell

Mar 4th, 2016 | By

It all began with a borrowed guitar and a little band from Massapequa, New York. Buzz Campbell seemed to be leading a normal life. He was attending college, had a girlfriend; even played a little guitar in his spare time. On his 21st birthday, Buzz’s life would take a detour down a different road. “My…

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Vinylux records, an interview with Lance & Wendy LeBeau

Fév 13th, 2016 | By

Here’s an old interview conducted years ago with Lance and Wendy LeBeau, known for their work with Go Cat Go, Flea Bops, Wendy and Her Beaus and Vinylux, their excellent Rockabilly label. At first, could you introduce yourselves, where do you come from etc.? Lance: I’m a native of the Washington, DC area and reside…

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Mark Winchester, slap bass Rockabilly hero

Oct 15th, 2015 | By
Mark Winchester

Mark Winchester He’s slapped his doghouse bass for Emmylou Harris’s Nash Ramblers. He performed with Sonny George and Eddie Angel in the rockabilly cult favorite group, the Planet Rockers. He’s penned songs for Randy Travis, was the longtime bassist for the Brian Setzer Orchestra, and was a member of Setzer’s ’68 Comeback Special trio. He’s…

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Suzy and Buddy Dughi (Hot Rod Trio, Suzy Q and her Be Bop Boys, the Rockits…)

Oct 14th, 2015 | By
Hot Rod trio (Pete Bonny, Suzy Dughi, Buddy Dughi)

Buddy Dughi is a guitar player and singer. He plays in the Hot Rod Trio, Buddy Dughi Combo and also in his wife’s band, Suzy-Q and Her Be Bop Boys who also plays in double bass in The Hot Rod Trio. Here’s the interview they kindly gave us. Fred « Virgil » Turgis How did you meet…

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Sean Mencher (High Noon, Wayne Hancock, Sean Mencher Combo…)

Juin 28th, 2015 | By
sean mencher

An interview with Sean Mencher To celebrate the soon to be released High Noon’s collection on Bear Family titled Flatland Saturday Night (August 2015), I dug into my archives and found this 2006 interview with the band’s lead guitar player who also works as a producer (Two Timin’ Three, Jessie Lee Miler, The Starline Rhythm…

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