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  • Southern Culture on the Skids and fried chicken take on The Echo
    Southern Culture on the Skids and fried chicken take on The Echo
    On Saturday, June 21, Southern Culture on the Skids performed to a packed house at The Echo in Los Angeles for a super early 7:30 PM show. SCOTS has been kicking it around the music scene since 1983 with their original blend of rockabilly and surf...
  • Dave Bennett and The Memphis Boys
    Dave Bennett and The Memphis Boys steal the show at SMF
    Dave Bennett and The Memphis Boys first appeared at the Sacramento Music Festival in 2012. They were an instant hit. With their high energy performances of Rockabilly sets featuring the music of Jerry Lee Lewis as well as Elvis Presley, Johnny...
  • The Stray Cat Lee Rocker
    The Stray Cat Lee Rocker fills SMF Firehouse Lot
    On Sunday May 25, 2014, The Stray Cat Lee Rocker appeared at the Sacramento Music Festival Firehouse Lot venue at 5:30 p.m. The Venue seats were filled to capacity and fans hungry for some Rocker bass and vocals weren't giving up their spots...
  • The Dex Romweber Duo
    The Dex Romweber Duo: Here to stay
    Maybe ‘matured’ wouldn’t be the right word for an artist who still gets after it on stage and in the studio like he always has, but at 47, Dex Romweber has come to the point in his life and career where looking at things...
  • Dagwood Blondies
    The Dagwood Blondies Deci-Belles Tour hits Berkeley
    Nancy Wenstrom and Vikki Lee will perform as the Dagwood Blondies at The Art House Gallery & Cultural Center located at 2905 Shattuck Ave in Berkeley, California on Saturday, April 19, 2014 at 7PM to promote their upcoming release, Deci-Belles...
  • Rod Melancon
    Rod Melancon masters rockabilly, folk on Parish Lines
    Film buff Rod Melancon headed west to pursue a career in celluloid, ditching his Louisiana digs for a chance to work either side of a camera lens. But like a college freshman suddenly shifting majors, Melancon locked onto music after a cinematic...
  • Volbeat 2014 tour
    Outlaw gentlemen, Volbeat return to Boise April 13 at Taco Bell Arena
    This spring, Denmark’s Volbeat will return to North America for a tour of the U.S that brings the Danish quartet coast-to-coast. The run begins at The Fillmore in Denver, CO, and will wrap the second week of May on the East Coast with...
  • Live music review: Reverend Horton Heat mixed new material with old at Emo's
    Live music review: Reverend Horton Heat mixed new material with old at Emo's
    Saturday evening Reverend Horton Heat played some smoking guitar at Emo's with Two Tons of Steelfrom San Antonio and Austin's own Dale Watson. Jim "The Rev" Heath showed off his massive guitar chops on his signature Gretsch...
  • Review: 'Crazy Lil' Doll' by Dead Elvis and His One man Grave
    Review: 'Crazy Lil' Doll' by Dead Elvis and His One Man Grave
    Straight from the unhallowed burial ground of Disgraceland, outsider music’s favorite rock’n’roll monster Dead Elvis has emerged from his grave once more to deliver his latest two-song 7” platter. The A Side is a full of lo...
  • SlabOC
    Slabratory Presents Death On Wednesday Jason Cruz and Howl
    San Diego’s own Slabratory Clothing takes their show on the road to Detroit Bar in Costa Mesa Saturday November 30.Huntington Beach’s own Death on Wednesday is headlining the lineup. The band brings an amazing fusion sound with their...
  • Rockabilly Legends
    Rockabilly bars near Tempe, Arizona
    If you're traveling to the Tempe, Arizona area, make sure to check these top-rated rockabilly bars!Rockabilly music made its debut in the early 1950s with artists such as Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins and Jerry Lee Lewis. The term ...
  • Review: 'Keep the Motor Running' by Al Foul
    Review: 'Keep the Motor Running' by Al Foul
    Throughout the international one-man band scene there are artists from almost every conceivable genre and subgenre. Out of the purely rockabilly one-man bands scattered across the globe, there are a select few that can easily be referred to as the...
  • White Cream Soda
    Pop Goes the Evil: 'White Cream Soda' (2013)
    Pop Goes the Evil's debut album "White Cream Soda" is a mixture of blues, rockabilly, doo-wop, grunge, and just about every other genre you can imagine. Once all these sounds are thrown in the blender they add equal parts personality...
  • Rockabilly on the Route 2013
    Preserving the historical legacy of Route 66: Rockabilly on the Route weekender
    Ever heard of Tucumcari? Yeah, I hadn’t either. But if you’re a rockabilly fan, you will start hearing about this little stop on Route 66 in New Mexico. The first annual Rockabilly on the Route Festival was held June 7-9, 2013 and...
  • Shannon and the Clams
    Shannon and the Clams: Dreams in the Rat House
    If you aren't too concerned about the latest trends, you may be missing the current rockabilly revival that is actually catching some steam(punk). Despite the inevitable fate of such a trend to remain at a cult-ish level of enjoyment, where...