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Brian Setzer (born April 10, 1959 in New York) is an American guitarist, singer and songwriter whose popular big band orchestra is most appreciated commercially for their swinging take on Christmas holiday classics.

Early in his career Setzer was a member of the NYC band Bloodless Pharaohs, and later fronted the popular rockabilly revival band, Stray Cats. The Stray Cats particularly caught America's attention with the 1982 album Built for Speed, which included the two Top Ten hits, "Rock… read more

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  • How just a single man and a guitar can release such a ridicolously huge amount of awesomeness will remain an eternal mistery in the human history. One day we'll colonize Mars, sail through galaxies and ...... still no one will ever understand how this man can rock so-fucking-hard. [4]
  • BOOGIE WOOGIE CHRISTMAS
  • I had to take probably at least 5-year break from this band, after i had listened to it too much in the past.. Still sounds good, but have to take it in small doses. I don't want to have to experience the same thing again...
  • How just a single man and a guitar can release such a ridicolously huge amount of awesomeness will remain an eternal mistery in the human history. One day we'll colonize Mars, sail through galaxies and ...... still no one will ever understand how this man can rock so-fucking-hard. [3]
  • How just a single man and a guitar can release such a ridicolously huge amount of awesomeness will remain an eternal mistery in the human history. One day we'll colonize Mars, sail through galaxies and ...... still no one will ever understand how this man can rock so-fucking-hard. [2]
  • Love all of his work, but as of right now, this is my favourite :)
  • Somehow Brian's voice reminds me of Frank Sinatra.
  • over the top!
  • It's unbelievable but everything Brian does is great and this band is not exception! Long live Brian Setzer!
  • I don't like to write in capital letters, but... AMAZING!

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