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Little Richard headlines at Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekend


The 2013 Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekend at The Orleans featured music legend headliner Little Richard, vintage automobiles, burlesque stars and pin-up girl contests, and contributing photographer Scott Harrison was onsite for a photo gallery of Little Richard on Saturday night, while videographer Richard Corey captured the pin-up contest and Little Richard in a video posted on YouTube.

Corey’s video includes 2011 Playboy Playmate of the Year and “Pin Up” at the Stratosphere headliner Claire Sinclair as a judge, the 12 contestants of the Miss Viva Las Vegas Pin-Up Contest and the winner from Australia and Little Richard singing “Good Golly, Miss Molly.”

According to Corey, Little Richard talked about breaking his hip a few years ago. Because of his age (80), doctors said that he can’t survive an operation, so he no longer walks. He told the crowd how lucky he is to still be alive and able to sing. He performed for about an hour, played all his hits and after each song talked to the crowd about his life and band members.

Little Richard Headlines 2013 Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekend

Little Richard Headlines 2013 Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekend

Little Richard Headlines 2013 Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekend



"Ten Years On The Road" (Limited European Tour Edition)
MONKEY'S CAGE (preview on Drunkabilly Records website)
CAVALEIROS DA MORTE (preview on Drunkabilly Records website)
F.N.M. (preview on Drunkabilly Records website)
ENXOFRE E A CACHACA (preview on Drunkabilly Records website)
Limited 12" Vinyl + CD included (500 copies ... CHECK ON DRUNKABILLY RECORDS WEBSITE)
The undeniable highlight of Brazilian Outlaw Country Rock'n'Roll! This band truly knows how to rock, for more than 10 years they headline all over Brasil and are wanted all over Europe, Japan and the United States. Don't expect any Samba or Carnival tunes, but a real outlaw mixture of Country, Hillbilly and candid bad Rock'n'Roll to the bone. To celebrate their 10 year anniversary, Hillbilly Rawhide are planning a 4-week tour all over Europe, with gigs at several festivals and at the most dirty clubs. But no celebration without a nice present! Drunkabilly Records will release a special Limited Edition LP + CD (exclusively for this tour only) featuring brand new songs on the A-side, and some of their best classic tracks on the B-side. Don't miss this dashing release by one of the finest dungy Brazilian acts!
RELEASE DATE : MARCH 1st 2013!!!
(Fri) 1 March Grauwe Hengst, Schiedam, NL
(Sat) 2 March Pitcher, Düsseldorf, GER
(Sun) 3 March Swaf, Hoorn, NL
(Mon) 4 March Café Marktzicht, Drachten, NL
(Tue) 5 March Zwolle, NL
(Wed) 6 March AZ, Aachen, GER
(Thu) 7 March La Miroiterie, Paris, FRA
(Fri) 8 March L'Acceuil Froid, Amiens, FRA
(Sat) 9 March Saarbrücken, GER
(Sun) 10 March Bedlam Breakout Festival, Northampton, UK
(Mon) 11 March Münster, GER
(Tue) 12 March Heile Welt, Münster, GER
(Wed) 13 March Musikthearter Bad, Hannover, GER
(Thu) 14 March Wild At Heart, Berlin, GER
(Fri) 15 March Volle Breite, Wunsiedel, GER
(Sat) 16 March Gei, Timelkam, A
(Sun) 17 March Shelter, Vienna, A
(Wed) 20 March Hallstatt, A
(Thu) 21 March Rattlesnake Saloon, Munich, GER
(Fri) 22 March Das Bett, Frankfurt, GER
(Sat) 23 March Psychout Circus Festival, Arnhem, NL
(Sun) 24 March The Shack, Oude Meer, NL

Rockabilly Eddie Bond Dies At 79

Rockabilly singer Eddie Bond has passed away on Wednesday, March 20 from complications of Alzheimer’s disease. He was 79.

Eddie Bond

Eddie Bond

Bond was born to an non-musical family but felt an affinity for it from an early age. Influenced by country music of the day, he started playing guitar and, in 1955, released his first record on the tiny Ekko label out of Hollywood. The release got the attention of Mercury Records who signed him the next year.

Mercury released five records for Bond, all in the Rockabilly genre, including Rockin’ Daddy and Boppin’ Bonnie. None were hits (although well respected today) and he move on to record almost 30 sides at Sun Records. At the time, the label never released any of Bond’s music but they did send him out on the road with their stable of artists including Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash, Warren Smith and Roy Orbison.

Although never scoring a national hit, Bond continued to perform for the rest of his life. He also went on to be a very successful DJ, receiving recognition from Billboard for, at one time, having 64% of Memphis radio audience for his KWAM show. Eventually, he also had a his own TV show on WHBQ in Memphis and became a regular guest The Ralph Emery Show and the Grand Ole Opry. In the early-70′s, Bond met sheriff Buford Pusser and wrote a song about his legendary activities. Pusser’s story went on to be featured in the movie Walking Tall.

Other endeavors during his life including wrestling promoter, nightclub owner, golf club owner and police chief.

Bond and his wife, Gladys, had been married for 59 years and had two daughters, three grandchildren and three great grandchildren.


Turnhout 2013!



New Album : Damn Right Honey !
Breaking News
UK Release : 29th of April (CD & Vinyl)
UK Release : 22nd of April (Digital)

*** FINALLY VACATION *** Back Online End Of March 2013 *** Stay tuned!


Get Rhythm Go Wild 2013! Wild Records!


Get Rhythm 2013


Friday 15 March 2013

at Amigdala Theatre

  • 21.00 : DOORS OPEN
  • 21.00 - 21.45 : Dj Giusy Wild (IT)
  • 21.45 - 22.30 : Carrie Hop (UK)
  • 22.30 - 23.15 : the Monokings (IT)
  • 23.15 - 00.00 : Dj Jungle Jim (SWE)
  • 00.00 - 00.45 : B and the Bops (HR)
  • 00.45 - 01.15 : Carrie Hop (UK)
  • 01.15 - 02.00 : Marc and the Wild Ones (DE)
  • 02.00 - 03.15 : Dj Little Boy Blue (DE)
  • 03.15 - 03.45 : Dj Giusy Wild (IT)
  • 03.45 - 04:30 : Dj Jungle Jim (SWE)


Saturday 16 March 2013

River side area - afternoon

Nothing better than enjoying a relaxing afternoon on the river side of Trezzo Sull'Adda.

We set 4 river boat trips with acoustic band and cocktails on board to give you a touch of "Italian romance"!


14.30 - 15.10 : 1st river cruise
(with Wise Guyz)

15.20 - 16.00 : 2nd river cruise
(with Blue Dust Bluegrass Band)

16.10 - 16.50 : 3rd river cruise
(with Wise Guyz)

17.00 - 17.40 : 4th river cruise
(with Blue Dust Bluegrass Band)


Dj set from 14:00 to 18:00 from the hottest console on earth!

  • 14.00 - 15.00 : Dj Giusy Wild (IT)
  • 15.00 - 16.00 : Dj Little Boy Blue (DE)
  • 16.00 - 17.00 : Carrie Hop (UK)
  • 17.00 - 18.00 : Dj Giusy Wild (IT)


Pre '65 car meeting hosted by CRUISIN' LIFE MAGAZINE

TO RIVER SIDE (from 14 to 18.30)
Saturday 16 March 2013

Live Club - evening

  • 21.00 : DOORS OPEN
  • 21.00 - 22.00 : Carrie Hop (UK)
  • 22.00 - 23.00 : the Wise Guyz (UA)
  • 23.00 - 23.45 : Dj Little Boy Blue (DE)
  • 23.45 - 00.45 : Nikki Hill (USA)
  • 00.45 - 01.30 : Dj Jungle Jim (SWE)
  • 01.30 - 02.30 : The Rip'em Ups (USA)
  • 02.30 - 03.45 : Dj Little Boy Blue (DE)
  • 03.45 - 04.30 : Dj Jungle Jim (SWE)
  • 04.30 - 05:00 : Dj Little Boy Blue (DE)



KATMEN (Darrel Higham & Slim Jim Phantom)

UK TOUR - more dates added - Liverpool, York and Durham.

Sat 4th May / The Jericho Tavern / OXFORD
Mon 6th May / Voodoo Rooms / EDINBURGH
Tue 7th May / The Greystones / SHEFFIELD
Wed 8th May / Hare & Hounds / BIRMINGHAM
Thu 9th May / Rock City / NOTTINGHAM
Fri 10th May / Brudenell Club / LEEDS
Sat 11th May / 100 Club / LONDON
Tue 14th May / Gala Theatre / DURHAM
Wed 15th May / The Duchess / YORK
Fri 17th May / Eric's / LIVERPOOL


Akron rockabilly star Bill Allen, 75, remembered

Photo courtesy of Bill Allen Snivley Akrons own Bill Allen and the Back BeatS, featuring (from left) drummer Dean Hanley, singer Bill Allen Snivley and guitarist John Seli, ruled local airwaves and dominated the Ohio concert scene in 1957 and 1958.
  • Local history: Akron rockabilly band in spotlight after 55 years

Wilfred Allen Snivley, 75, better known as Bill Allen, passed away Feb. 22, but he left behind hundreds of smiling faces, strong friendships and most of all his music.

Fans of rockabilly might know Bill Allen and the Back Beats’ hit Please Give Me Something, a raw, raucous slice of early rock ’n’ roll, written in 15 minutes in a parking lot and recorded at Akron’s WCUE studio for the Imperial label in 1957. Mr. Snivley and his earlier band, the Keynotes, also had regional hits with Oo-We-Baby and their original recording of Butterfly, later made famous by pop singer Andy Williams.

Those songs have been recently rediscovered and coveted by a new generation of fans, particularly in Europe, where rockabilly has had a bit of a renaissance among collectors. Mr. Allen, along with his musical partners, guitarist John Seli and the late drummer Dean Hanley, were inducted into the Rockabilly Hall of Fame in 2012.

“In all the years I’ve known him, we never had a cross word between us,” said Seli, who first started playing with Mr. Snivley when the young singer was fresh out of high school. Their hard work and talents brought them plenty of regional fans and fame as they played venues throughout Ohio, Pennsylvania and Indiana.

And despite their professional frustrations, trying to make it big at a time when artists were at the bottom of the music-business hierarchy, Seli said they always got along well, in part because they recognized and appreciated each other’s gifts, something Allen was able to do for many people he met.

“Bill couldn’t do what I did and I couldn’t do what he did,” Seli said. “Bill had a great voice and a right upfront personality. He let me do my thing and he did his real good, and we just always got along.”

The trio seemed to be on the brink of fame on three separate occasions, with record companies wanting to release their music. But their dreams were derailed by a mix of familial responsibilities, unfortunate timing and some shady business dealings. Mr. Snivley was never bitter about what could have been.

“He used to say, ‘Hey, we had a million seller, and I’ve got a million of ’em in my cellar,” Seli said, chuckling.

After the band broke up in the early 1960s, Mr. Snivley got a “real” job and started a family, but he never stopped entertaining, singing and playing guitar as a solo act up until he was physically unable to do so. He worked in California, Florida and throughout the Akron area.

“He was just … an entertainer,” said Judie Snivley, his wife of 26 years, who proudly attended all of his gigs.

During his years gigging in Florida, Allen built up such a strong fan base that his son, Bill Snivley, said one of his regular venues was forced to build two extra patios to accommodate the crowd.

“Everybody always felt like they were in his living room. Everyone felt touched. He would look each and every one in their eyes and they felt like he was directly singing directly to them,” Bill Snivley said. “It’s inherent … it’s just an ability you’re born with and he loved to make people smile. He got more out of that than any paycheck. That meant more to him.”

Mr. Snivley, who regaled his crowd with engaging stories, well-known folk tunes and songs by Cat Stevens and Jimmy Buffett, passed his love of music and nature down to his son, who is also a part-time musician.

Allen was gracious with everyone, frequently encouraging musicians and others he knew to get onstage and share their talents, which his son said he found very rewarding.

“My dad was never a millionaire, monetarily, but he’s always been a very wealthy man. If you look at the amount of friends and people in his life that he’s had the opportunity to enhance their lives. Dad just had a natural affinity for that. He loved to bring new talent and nurture people and just create stars out of people,” Bill Snivley said.

Mr. Snivley is also survived by daughters Susan Grochowski and Kelly Thomas, three grandchildren, a brother and a sister. There will be no services, but at 4 p.m. June 5 at Ricky T’s Bar and Grille in Treasure Island, Fla., the family will hold a memorial celebration of his life.

Friends and family will gather, sing some of Mr. Snivley’s favorite songs and hoist a few Salty Dogs (his favorite drink) in his honor. There will also be a slightly altered, sing-along version of Eric Clapton’s Tears In Heaven, and Bill Snivley and his own guitar-playing son, Christopher, will duet on Cat Stevens’ Father and Son, which Bill used to enjoy playing with his father and was also a favorite of Judie’s.

“I’m sorry he’s gone, but I’m really happy he’s not in pain anymore or suffering. He had a good life,” Bill Snivley said, noting that even in death his father was trying to help people; he accepted an experimental drug regimen that was unlikely to save him but could help others, and he donated his retinas to the Cleveland Eye Bank.

“He did a lot of wonderful things and he had a great time. He got to experience a lot of things that most people don’t have the opportunity to do,” his son said.


Great deal from Raucous Records

Three Psychobilly CDs for £10.00
Outcasts Of Sobriety / Psycho Tendencies / Psychobilly Freakout

Three Various Artists Psychobilly CD compilations - Outcasts Of Sobriety / Psycho Tendencies / Psychobilly Freakout - all for only Ten Pounds!
Don't miss this offer - it's for a limited time only!

Track Listing:
Outcasts Of Sobriety - Punkabilly Blend CD:
Lords Of The Highway : Legend of 369
69 Beavershot : Caveman
The Marauders : Last Call
The Hyperjax : Return To Zero
The Legendary Hucklebucks : Blazin' Wheels
King Drapes : Best Of Wines
Last Call Brawlers : Downtown City Lights
The Go-Katz : Real Gone Demented Hillbilly Kat
Rocket 350 : Monster Truck
Astro Zombies : 666 Racing
Satan's Teardrops : The Last Stop
Teddy Trigger & The Gatling Guns : Tied To Hell
Straight 8s : Misunderstood
Union Avenue : Feltham Prison Blues
Uncle Scratch's Gospel Revival : Sin City
The Tri-Sonics : Mystery Lady
Wailin' Elroys : Tear In My Glass
The Vincent Razorbacks : Big Black Shadow
Tom Walbank & The Ambassadors : Howlin' Tomcat
Drugstore Cowboys : Game Over
Al Foul : Ever Seen A Flying Saucer
Voodoo Devils : Like A Dream
High Rollers : Booze and Women
Lucky 13 : Liar
Country Crock : Stabbin' Booze Fighter
Farrell Brothers : This Is A Riot
Cathouse Creepers : Fastlane.

Psycho Tendencies CD:
The Griswalds - Nighthawk.
Spellbound - Last Breath
Full Moon Freaks - Surfboard Song
Frantic Flintstones - Hot Head Baby
Termites - Let Me In
Grovelhog - Times Gotta Change
Long Tall Texans - 900 Miles
Full Moon Freaks - Swamp Rockin' Baby
Go-Katz - Real Gone Demented Hillbilly Kat
Sugarpuff Demons - Weedin'
Griswalds - Psycho Tendencies
Termites - I Can't Wait
Shakin' Bones - Deviltown USA
Frantic Flintstones - Alley Cat King
Go-Katz - Nightmare
Griswalds - Robbie Robot
Sgt Fury - Cold Cold Sunday
Radium Cats - Haunted By Your Love
Cosmic Voodoo - Old Man In The Woods
Frantic Flintstones - Let's Go Somewhere.

Psychobilly Freakout CD:
The Tripdaddys - 70 West
Roswell Invaders - Invaders
Sgt Fury - Just Run Away
Lonesome Kings - Through The Devil's Eyes
The Deadcats - Night Of The Helltrain
The Hangmen - Whore For The Devil
The Meantraitors - Followin' The Female
Kill Van Helsing - Hot Rod Bitch
Photon Torpedoes - It Came From Outer Space
Howlin' Moondoggies - Switchblade 327
Hellbilly Club - Raw Lust
Babe Magnets - Project X
Speed Crazy - Persued
Rockland Ladies - Werewolves
Thee Waltons - Rock On The Moon
Bad Luck Streak - Zombie Mutant Aliens
Grandpa Candys - My Little Sister
Big John Bates - Dig Myself A Hole
Frantic Flintstones - Speed Kills
Mysterious Men In Black - Psycho.



Hillbilly Moon Explosion New Album Tracklist!

Damn Right Honey

Songs of love and loss, life and death.

1. Drive This Truck No More
2. Perfidia
3. Flying High Moaning Low - featuring Paul Ansell
4. Cool Spring Breeze
5. Goldmine
6. Westbound Train
7. Die In Style
8. I Hear You Knockin'
9. Ellie Lou
10. Motorhead Girl
11. Northern Crown - feat. Spark Phillips
12. Sky In Your Eyes


DYNAMITE Magazin Pin-up-Contest 2013

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