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White Lightning

A British rockabilly quartet formed by Stuart Warburton (vocals, rhythm guitar, tenor saxophone, harmonica), Paul Murphy (lead guitar/steel guitar), Phil Morris (double bass) aznd Gary Leach (drums) in the early 80’s. They had two tracks (House Of The Rising Sun and You’re Not Going Out Dressed Like That) scheduled for release by Hot Rock Records… Keep Reading

Crazy Tones (the)

The Crazy Tones Country: Netherland The Crazy Tones took form when Remi Groot met Jacco Buchholz in 1985 during a concert of The Keytones. They got along well and decided to form a Rock’n’roll band. Buccholz knew a drummer, “Beerke”, and they started to rehearse on a hot summer day. They built a small repertoire and… Keep Reading

The Niteshift Trio - You Aint Seen Nothing Yet

The Niteshift Trio

The Niteshift Trio Gary Venn started to learn double bass in the early 1980s. His teacher was Boz Boorer from the legendary Polecats (and now Morrissey’s main man). He soon teamed up with a school friend called Steve Lovett on guitar and they started to practice in his mum and dads garage. It all seemed… Keep Reading

Crackle Rattle Bash

Crackle Rattle Bash started around 1986 when Kay Kesting and Aris de Vries performed in a squater’s building in Arnhem (Holland). Kay played his T-bass and Aris played guitar and sang. Afterwards they regularly played the streets of Amsterdam and one day Richard Weydert passed by and joined them on washboard. Much later they were asked to… Keep Reading

Jumpin’ Paralyzers (the)

The Jumpin’ Paralyzers was a rock’n’roll/jive band from Finland (Tampere) formed in 1982 with members of the Hillybilly Cats, Buddy Rider and the Bobbin’ Tunes: Jarkki Siekkinen (vocals and guitar), Olli ‘ Big Daddy’ Ahonen (drums), Jukka ‘Juki’ Manninen (doublebass) and Pete Rinta-Opas (sax) and Harri ‘Harry’ Kallio an occasional fifth member on rhythm guitar.… Keep Reading

Something Shocking

Something Shocking Something Shocking were a psychobilly band with a strong pop edge formed in the late 80’s. They first started with Doug Sheperd on guitar, Vannessa Pipe on bass and vocals and a drummer named Pete going under the names of Biffa & the Bacons and Mission Impossible, before they were joined by Emma… Keep Reading

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