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Kabooms (the)

An interview with the Kabooms by Olivier Mey The best promotion and advertising that any band can have is the exposure given by their live shows. For this reason, there are some bands that even having barely released just an album, it may look like they have been touring for years on festivals. The Kabooms… Keep Reading

Josie kreuzer - Beggin' Me Back

Josie Kreuzer

Josie Kreuzer Josie Kreuzer appeared on the rock’n’roll scene around 1992 with the all female rockabilly band Whistle Bait. They soon estabished a name as a solid live act. Sadly, Whistle Bait never released anything (but they recorded some tunes with Wally Hersom at his Wallyphonic studios) and eventually broke up in 1996. Josie then… Keep Reading

Colton Turner

Last year, I stumbled upon a brand new artist who sang Rockabilly and hillbilly bop just the way I like it (understand: with a strong will to write melodies and a good dose of Buddy Holly in it). Once I received his debut album, it stayed in my player for weeks. That was exactly what… Keep Reading

Mouse Zinn

Here’s an old interview conducted a couple of years ago when Mouse released his Vigilante Man album.   Well, it’s been a long while since you last been into a studio recording. How does it feel to be back? Mouse Zinn — Ha, the last time I recorded ANYTHING was back in 1999/2000 for the… Keep Reading

Randy Rich

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… Keep Reading

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