Articles tagged rockabilly

Jeremy & The Harlequins - “Little One” (audio) (premiere)

Jeremy & the Harlequins still believe in the power of rock and roll as you'll hear on "Little One".

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Elvis Presley: A Boy From Tupelo

Hearing Elvis try out different sounds and search for the magic reveal how slippery the development of rock into a distinct genre was in the 1950s.

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Legendary Shack Shakers - “After You’ve Gone” (audio) (premiere)

Legendary Shack Shakers are back with a new album on August 25th and we're premiering the broken-hearted title tune "After You've Gone".

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Luther Dickinson - “Moanin’ at Midnight” (audio) (premiere)

North Mississippi Allstars' Luther Dickinson co-produced a tribute to Sun Records and here is his take on the Howlin' Wolf classic, "Moanin' at Midnight.

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Sheldon Allman - A Modern Harmonic Industrial Film (premiere)

Sheldon Allman's quirky 1960 LP Folk Songs For the 21st Century is getting a re-issue on May 12th and today we premiere the documentary.

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The Legendary Stardust Cowboy: Launch Pad Favorites

One of the stranger denizens of that nebulous world of outsider artists, Legendary Stardust Cowboy is an artist like no other.

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‘Harmonies From Heaven’ Gives a Breakneck View of the Everly Brothers

A little too fast at times for the viewer to fully absorb, this BBC4 doc nevertheless reminds us of the power the Everlys wielded in their heyday.

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Lowering the Boom: An Interview with Boz Boorer

Although an acclaimed collaborator of Morrissey's and Adam Ant's, Boz Boorer still has a focused solo career, and speaks to PopMatters about Age of Boom, his latest salvo.

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Elvis Presley: Way Down in the Jungle Room

Way Down in the Jungle Room is more than just yet another repackaging of the King’s work, instead showing how vital a performer Presley remained right up to the end.

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8 Jun 2016 // 9:28 AM

JD McPherson - “Firebug” (Live @ Pickathon) (premiere)

Up today from our Pickathon video series, we have a live performance from rock and roller JD McPherson and band.

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The Fontaines - “Beauty Beyond Repair” (video) (premiere)

The brother and sister-led band show their chops on this new live performance video.

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David Myles - ‘So Far, So Far’ (video) (premiere)

The Canadian folk singer performs his entire new album live in studio.

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Jerry Lee Lewis: Rock & Roll Time

The Killer makes an album worthy of his reputation, aided by an all-star cast and co-producer (and fellow music legend) Jim Keltner.

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Chris Isaak: 28 July 2013 - Carmel, IN

In spite of his tremendous talents, Isaak misses an opportunity to do in a live setting what he's consistently done with his recordings - make new out of old and render strange the familiar.

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Rockabilly Never Died: An Interview with Imelda May

She's toured with Jeff Beck, been spearheading a fantastic rockabilly revival, and has even been the recipient of some Presidential M&M's. This is the world of Imelda May, and she tells us all about it ...

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5 Dec 2010 // 9:59 PM

Imelda May: Mayhem

Matching the look, the licks, and the guitar tones to predecessor might set the up as act up as a simple nostalgia exercise, but Mayhem doesn't sound like that sort of project.

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Rosie Flores: Girl of the Century

Flores has added a few valuable numbers to her discography and a bunch of sassy standards that suggest once again that she will be happiest strapping on an electric guitar and rocking out on a stage.

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The Reverend Horton Heat: Laughin’ & Cryin’ with the Reverend Horton Heat

Laughin' & Cryin' finds the Rev back with a brand new barrel of licks, playing the rockabilly rodeo clown.

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21 Jan 2009 // 9:25 AM

The scream is blood curdling. It sounds like something from a horror film. But it’s not. It’s Jerry Lott, better known as the

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29 Jan 2008 // 4:19 AM

Rockabilly of ages: Former Stray Cat keeps sound up-to-date

On one of the many highlight tunes from his new album “Black Cat Bone,” bassist Lee Rocker retraces, in a little more than three minutes,

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