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Rabbit Action

Rabbit Action This rockabilly band formed in late 1989 and played their first gig in August 1990.  It was formed by Phil Connor (Skitzo) on vocals, John O’Malley from the Nitros  on guitar, Mick Wigfall on double bass and Paul Moxam on drums. They recorded a 4 track demo in December of that year that… 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

The Scannerz

The Scannerz started in late 1985/ early 1986. Sebastian Glenz aka Semmel (guitar) met Uwe Klein through his older brother. Uwe had started to play doublebass and was looking for a guitar player to form a neo-rockabilly / psychobilly band. They were very young (Glenz was 16!) and that was the first band for both… 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

Stargazers (the)

The Stargazers The Stargazers were, and remain, one of the most influential rock’n’roll band of the early 80’s. They had everything: the look, the songs, the sound and more… More than thirty years after the release of their debut album, here’s the story of the Stargazers. by Fred «Virgil» Turgis 1 – In the beginning… Keep Reading

The Rockats (neo-rockabilly legends)

The Rockats My first contact with the Rockats was not musical but visual. I clearly remember seeing the cover of “Live At the Ritz” in a French Rock magazine. I found it terribly cool and for the kid that I was, it looked like the incarnation of cool. The five guys pictured on the cover… Keep Reading

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