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  1. Jackie Lee Cochran (Dalton, Georgia, USA, February 5, 1934 – March 15, 1998) was an American rockabilly musician, known as Jack the Cat.

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  3. Ray Campi (b. 1934 in Yonkers, New York) is a distinguished musician often called The King of Rockabilly. Campi's trademark is his white double bass,…

  4. The original group: Joe Bennett (lead vocal, lead
    guitar), Wayne Arthur (upright bass,), Howard
    "Sparky" Childress (guitar), and Jimmy Denton…

  5. Rockabilly legend Art Adams is well known for his two 45s Indian Joe/Rock Crazy Baby (Cherry #1004) released 1959 and Dancing Doll/She Don't Live…

  6. Rockabilly artist Tommy Blake, like so many before him, started his career as a straight-ahead country singer before making the switch to the big…

  7. Born John Leon Joseph Pavlik in 1938 in East Detroit, MI, he was the oldest of five children. The family later moved to the small town of Utica, MI,…

  8. After attending college Don Woody became a disc jockey at local nightclubs (in Springfield. Mo). Soon he met an agent who signed him up on the…

  9. Thompson made his recording debut with "I Feel the Blues Coming On" on the Von label in 1954. He signed with Sun in 1956 and recorded the Junior…

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  11. Peanuts was a teenage member of Roy Orbison's original band. Cast Iron Arm was written with Roy.

  12. Larry and Lorrie Collins were among the most influential rockabilly acts of the 1950s. Lawrencine May Collins (1942- ) and Lawrence Albert…

  13. Curtis Gordon (Jul. 27, 1928 - May 2, 2004) was an American rockabilly singer.

    One of the most enduring and beloved rockabilly artists of the '50s,…

  14. Billy Lee Riley (October 5, 1933 – August 2, 2009) was an American rockabilly musician, singer, record producer and songwriter. His most memorable…

  15. Coming out of Shreveport, Louisiana, having made a name for themselves on the Louisana Hayride, Jimmy and Johnny had their first success with "If…

  16. Born near Clarksdale,Mississipi,his first band formed at Mississippi State University in 1954 & was called "The Rolling Stones" members included Joe…

  17. Not much is known about this artist from Arkansas. He only recorded How Can You Be Mean To Me and High Steppin' for Von Records (circa…

  18. Dwight Pullen (March 5, 1931 - November 24, 1961) was an American rockabilly artist who was born in Blountsville, Alabama. He was also known as …

  19. Inman was born in Florence, Alabama, and was performing on local radio station WLAY by age 14. He used his middle name "Autry" (or "Autrey") as…

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