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  1. Born 21 May 1933, Concord, New Hampshire

    Gene developed an interest, like so many others, whilst in school and started playing in a local…

  2. 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…

  3. Ray Harris was born on September 7th 1927. He formed a band with Wayne Powers and wrote the songs "Come On, Little Mama" and "Greenback Dollar,…

  4. James Faye "Roy" Hall was born on May 7, 1922, in Big Stone Gap, Virginia. An old colored man taught him to play piano, and to drink. By the time…

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

    Cochran…

  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. Reposted from the Rockabilly Hall of Fame

    http://www.rockabillyhall.com/PatCupp.html

    PAT CUPP SPEAKS: I was raised in a musical family. My dad was…

  9. 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…

  10. Best remembered for the rockabilly classic "Bluebirds Over the Mountain," singer Ersel Hickey was born June 27, 1934, in Brighton, NY. After the…

  11. Rockabilly/country singer from Mississippi
    Born: 1933 in Saltillo, Miss.
    Died: 1999
    Notes: grew up in Tupelo where his mother worked in the same…

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

  13. 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…

  14. 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,…

  15. Vern Pullens , born in Bogalusa in Louisiana (the United States), deceased in 2001, was a Chanteur of Rockabilly. It began its career on September…

  16. 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…

  17. 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…

  18. Bobby Lee Trammell (January 31, 1934 – February 20, 2008) was an American rockabilly singer and politician.

    In spite of his undeniable talent, Bobby…

  19. Werly Fairburn (b. Folsom, Louisiana, Nov. 27, 1924 - d. Jan, 18, 1985) was an American rockabilly musician.

    Fairburn listened to the Grand Ole Opry…

  20. Andy Starr (born "Franklin Delano Gulledge" on October 21, 1932 near Combs, Arkansas; died September 12, 2003 in Fayetteville, Arkansas) was a…

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