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Eddie Angel (Planet Rockers, Los Straitjackets…)

Eddie Angel really don’t need no introduction. If you’re into today’s rock’n’roll you’ve already heard about him and even if you’re a rock’n’roll beginner, it’s almost impossible you haven’t heard of The Planet Rockers, The Neanderthals and Los Straitjackets yet. Eddie also owns a record label called Spinout on which he released as well as… Keep Reading

Cavan Grogan

An interview with Cavan Grogan

An interview with Cavan Grogan (Crazy Cavan & the Rhythm Rockers) Crazy Cavan & the Rhythm Rockers are the longest rockabilly band in activity with a line-up almost unchanged. They made the link between the pioneers of the 50’s and the rockabilly revival of the 80’s, and when bands were happy to play covers, they… Keep Reading

Pat Cupp

An interview with Pat Cupp This interview took place a couple of years ago and was first published on my other website. But considering that we’re called the Rockabilly Chronicle I couldn’t imagine not having someone like Pat Cupp, a real gentleman if there’s one, in it. By Fred “Virgil” Turgis From what I’ve read… Keep Reading

rockabilly mafia

Rockabilly Mafia

Rockabilly Mafia This interview was conducted a few years ago forthe 25th anniversary of the Rockabilly Mafia and was initially published on Jumpin’ from 6 to 6. It’s still relevant today so I decided to also put it on this website. If you don’t know the Rockabilly Mafia, their sound could be described as a… Keep Reading

Pat Capocci

Pat Capocci

Pat Capocci is nothing else than one of the best thing to happen to modern rockabilly in the recent years. “Modern” is probably not the right word to describe the sound of this rockin’ cat. He sounds as if he came right from the fifties wether he plays rockabilly, blues, hillbilly bop. And most of… Keep Reading

An interview with Dave Phillips

Dave Phillips was, with his first band the Blue Cats, among the first to play Rockabilly like it was played back in the fifties. After a while Dave Phillips and the Blue Cats parted ways. But it’s a rare case of a good thing to result from a split. Instead of having one great band,… Keep Reading

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