Rockabilly artists

Collection by Andy Sandel

Andy Sandel
Carl Perkins made his mark with his prodigious pioneering career as a songwriter, singer and guitarist performing early rockabilly and rock n roll along with more traditional country and gospel music for decades before his death at age His best known Rock And Roll, Rock & Pop, Rock N Roll Music, Rockabilly Artists, Rockabilly Rebel, Rockabilly Bands, 50s Music, Music Icon, Country Music Stars

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Matchbox - Rockabilly rebel 1979 single vinyl record Listing in the Vinyl,Music & CD Category on eBid United Kingdom Rockabilly Artists, Rockabilly Rebel, 1950s Rock And Roll, Rock N Roll, Rock Rock, Vinyl Records For Sale, Little Brothers, Gothabilly, Vinyl Music

7" 45RPM Rockabilly Rebel/I Don't Wanna Boogie Alone by Matchbox from Magnet Records

7" 45RPM Rockabilly Rebel/I Don't Wanna Boogie Alone by Matchbox from Magnet Records

The Phantom was a rockabilly group formed by Jerry Lott in the late Recorded in 1958 at Gulf Coast Studio, Mobile, Alabama, and released on Dot Records. Vinyl Cd, Vinyl Records, Music Quotes, Music Songs, Rockabilly Artists, Mundo Musical, Pat Boone, Teenage Werewolf, Worst Album Covers

We have Pat Boone to thank for the most psychotic and deranged rockabilly record of all time!

Marty Lott aka Jerry Lott aka “The Phantom” was born near Mobile, Alabama in 1938 and moved to Leakesville, Mississippi during infancy. He played country music on stage at school which progressed to playing country and western at Paynas Furniture Store in Lucedale, Mississippi. Jerry started entering and winning local performing contests which led him to start touring. It all changed in 1956 for Marty and so many others, when Elvis Presley came along, opened his eyes and charged his soul…

The Nitros (neo-rockabilly) - the rockabilly chronicle Rockabilly Artists, Rockabilly Fashion, Crazy Love, Love Her, Mystery Train, Live Songs, Forbidden Love, Album Songs, Psychobilly

Rattlers (the) - the rockabilly chronicle

The Rattlers – I Don’t Want You Lost Moment LOM003 [1984] I Don’t Want You – Hey Baby Debut single for the Rattlers (Mark Carrington on vocals, Steve Davey on lead guitar, Nick Peck on slap bass and Graham Woodside on drums.) Both songs are originals. A side is a good Rockabilly number with powerful…