1992 – 1996 (4 years)
Lier, Antwerpen, Flanders, Belgium
- Alain van den Brande
- Koen Verbeek
- Martine Van Hoof
- Ruben Block
Sin Alley was formed in 1992 in Antwerp, Belgium. Due to the great looks and even better vocals of lead singer Martine, they quickly became the new revelation in the rockabilly scene. Their style (as one critic once put it): "Just put Wanda Jackson and Reverend Horton Heat in a blender, and this is what you get. It's raw, it's loud, it's fast, it's Sin Alley." They made one album for the Dutch Count Orlok label, "Headin' for Vegas", and two vinyl EP's, before shattering into different bands like Los Fabulous Frankies, Triggerfinger and AngeliCo. Singer Martine Van Hoof died in August 2019.
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