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  • Alton & Jimmy

    (727 listeners)

    rockabilly, rock and roll, rock n roll, spotify

  • Andy Anderson

    (4,799 listeners)

    rockabilly, rock and roll, 50s, rnr

    Born near Clarksdale,Mississipi,his first band formed at Mississippi State University in 1954 & was called "The Rolling Stones" members included Joe Tubb,Cuz Covington,Bobby Lyon,James Aldridge & Roy Estes.Local fame made them go to The Sun recording studios & pay for a recording session which included JOHNNY VALENTINE & TOUGH,TOUGH,TOUGH.

  • Annie & the Malagueta boys

    (5 listeners)

    rockabilly, spanish

    A rockabilly quintet from Curitiba, Brazil formed in 2009, with great influence of the singers of 40s and 50s! Play some hot covers, and a growing number selfwritten original songs in a tropical and seasoned mood. Members: Annie Lee - Vocals Rick Pacheco – Acoustic Guitars

  • Cool Cat Cry

    (2 listeners)

    rockabilly

  • Dick Dale

    (232,282 listeners)

    surf rock, surf, instrumental, rock

    Dick Dale (born 4 May 1937 in Boston, Massachusetts) is an American guitarist and singer. Dale is revered as one of the pioneers of surf rock and one of the most influential guitarists of the early 1960s.

  • Graham Fenton

    (383 listeners)

  • Hard Fall Hearts

    (338 listeners)

    psychobilly, punkabilly, american, neo-rockabilly

    Hailing from San Diego County this Punk/Rockabilly outfit is here to stay through the blood, sweat, and tears! Hard Fall Hearts’ sound is both dark and distinct yet reverent to the roots of Rock-n-Roll. Front man Bryan Kelly, formerly of The Handsome Devils writes from the heart while still maintaining a hard edge.

  • Haystack Hi-Tones

    (14 listeners)

    awesome

  • HI-Qs

    (1 listener)

  • Lee Dresser & the Krazy Kats

    (2,092 listeners)

    classic rock, rockabilly, rhythm and blues, american

  • Little Richard

    (542,106 listeners)

    rock and roll, rock n roll, rockabilly, oldies

    Little Richard (born Richard Wayne Penniman, December 5, 1932 in Macon, Georgia, United States) is an American singer, songwriter, and pianist, and an early pioneer of rock 'n' roll, influencing generations of R&B and rock artists.

  • Marti Brom

    (1,591 listeners)

    rockabilly, alt-country, female vocalists, country

    What a voice!! She sounds like the second coming of Patsy Cline. Her voice reaches right into the heart!

  • Nikki Hill

    (245 listeners)

    rhythm and blues, soul, blues, rockabilly

    Hailing from Durham, North Carolina, Nikki comes by her Deep South soul honestly. Her musical roots began while singing in gospel choirs at church as a child. A stint living in nearby college town Chapel Hill introduced her to many different styles of music and the awareness of music (and more importantly, unique and non-mainstream music) as a possible career.

  • Phat Cat Swinger

    (357 listeners)

    rockabilly, swing and similar, under 2000 listeners, seen live

    One of the best bands to dance to in the surrounding Los Angeles areas, Phat Cat Swinger was influenced by the classic sounds of Bobby Darin, Louis Prima, and Frank Sinatra and mixed with the new swingin’ sounds of such bands as Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Royal Crown Revue…

  • Ray Collins Hot Club

    (11,852 listeners)

    jazz, rockabilly, swing, rock

  • Rip Carson

    (2,455 listeners)

    rockabilly, neo-rockabilly, spotify, authentic rockabilly

    Rip Carson and The Twilight Trio was formed in the hot summer of 97'. The band started out with Rip Carson slappin' bass and singing. Then Rip Carson found Reece Linley to play bass and Rip switched over to lead guitar. Since the early days of the band they have gone through major lineup changes. Once Rip Carson met Danny Angulo and heard his amazing picking a bond was instantly formed.

  • Rod & The Tone Masters

    (0 listeners)

  • Rosie Flores

    (15,217 listeners)

    country, rockabilly, alt-country, americana

    Born in San Antonio, TX and raised in Southern California, Rosie Flores' music blends the best of honky tonk, rockabilly, and jazz with the traditional sounds of her Tex-Mex heritage. Since the late 70s, she has been an important figure in the Los Angeles, Austin, TX and Nashville music scenes.

  • Ruby Ann

    (440 listeners)

    rockabilly, female vocalists, under 2000 listeners, country

    After much success with her Portuguese band The Boppin' Boozers, Ruby Ann has spent the last few years living in France making her way across Europe as a much sought after solo attraction.

  • Si Cranstoun

    (1,966 listeners)

    rockabilly, rock n roll, swing, jive

    Over the last few years Si Cranstoun & his band have steadily climbed the retro scene ladder onto becoming one of the top names on the market. He continues to sell out all the club venues he plays with fans queuing round the block hours before the doors open.

  • Smokehouse Dave

    (37 listeners)

    rockabilly, country, hillbilly, memphis

  • The Aquasonics

    (97 listeners)

    surf, sheena surfs

  • The Blue Caps

    (269 listeners)

  • The Cleftones

    (39,874 listeners)

    doo wop, oldies, 50s, rock and roll

    Formed in Queens, NY, in 1955, the Cleftones consisted of five friends from Jamaica High School -- Herb Cox (lead), Warren Corbin (bass), Charlie James (first tenor), William McClain (baritone), and Berman Patterson (second tenor). Originally signed to Gee, the group released its first single, "You Baby You," late in 1955; an up-tempo doo wop song, the record became a regional hit.

  • The Hi-Lo Playboys

    (0 listeners)

  • The Rockats

    (3,294 listeners)

    psychobilly, rockabilly, neo-rockabilly, neo rockabilly

    "The Rockats burst onto the music scene in the late 70’s like a breath of fresh air. Rockabilly music had laid dormant since the 1950’s, until a group of young brash Brits brought back a revitalized and re energized version to the US. The Rockats were no mere revival act or retread, they were putting a modern spin on the classic

  • The Sabres

    (1,309 listeners)

    rockabilly, under 2000 listeners

  • Vicky Tafoya

    (3 listeners)

  • West Coast Ramblers

    (2 listeners)