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The Kroozers (psychobilly / rockabilly)

Country: Ireland Genre: Psychobilly Jonny Creasey: vocals and guitar Dave Mc Donald: vocals and guitar Dayo Reilly: drums Dessie Rooney: slap bass The Kroozers were a Dublin based Psychobilly/Rockabilly outfit that were knocking around for a couple of years around the late 80’s They played alongside a lot of acts of the day including Sharkbait,… Keep Reading

Moondogs (the) – Rockabilly from Sweden

Country: Sweden Genre: Rockabilly Christer Dahlbäck – vocals, guitar Paul Epailys – lead guitar Jens Norstrand – double bass Jan Nordstrand – drums If not very original, the brand of rockabilly (with sometimes a touch of neo-rockabilly) played by the Moondogs was very pleasant. They formed around 1983 and split inlate 1987/early1988 when Dahlbäck returned… Keep Reading

Those Handsome Devils

Country: Ireland Genre: Rockabilly Sean Foy: vocals/lead guitar Frank Rynne: rhythm guitar Pat Harte: double bass. Leo Regan: drums Discography Hep Bop/Boy Meets Girls – 7” – Souterrain Records – 1984 Don’t Bring Me Down / What I Say – 7” – Solid Records – 1987 Those Handsome Devils formed in 1983, first playing inder… Keep Reading

The Slingshots

Country : Australia Genre : Neo-rockabilly Pony Gleeson: vocals, guitar Tyron Shaw : double bass Dan Nosovich: guitar Geoff Townsley: guitar When Phil Adams left the Psyclones in 1994, the decision was then made to change direction slightly. Their psychobilly obsession morphed into traditional and neo-rockabilly, swamp rock and dirty rhythm & blues, and that’s how The Slingshots… Keep Reading

The Rockats (2)

Country: Holland Genre: Psychobilly Martijn Spanteren: guitar, vocals Arjan de Witt: electric bass, vocals Jottum: drums Remko Visser: drums The Rockats, not to be confused with the famous American neo-rockabilly band, were a psychobilly trio from Amsterdam. They formed in November 1987 and in May of the following year they recorded their first album “The… Keep Reading

Whistlebait (Josie Kreuzer)

Whistlebait formed soon after Josie Kreuzer (vocals and rhythm guitar) moved from Buffalo to Los Angeles in 1992. A couple of months later,  she met guitar player Teri Tom through an ad in a local newspaper and both of them then recruited double bassist Jennifer Quinn and their first drummer, a guy called Scott soon… Keep Reading

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