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"Usta Be My Baby" - Sanford Clark





"You Look That Good to Me" - Joe Clay





"My Boy Elvis" - Janis Martin




BILLY LEE RILEY
Newport, AR. Depot Days 2008.
(photo courtesy Mike Chojnacki - mikechoj@suddenlink.net)

"I Want You Baby" - Billy Lee Riley





"All the Time" - (young) Sleepy La Beef





"I'm Lookin' for Someone to Love"



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"Let's Get Wild"





"The Train Kept A-Rollin'"





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Video: Scotty & Elvis




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One Hand Loose
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Riot in Cell Block Number 9





Rosie Flores Interview




Who is the father of rock and roll?
The answer might surprise you.

About Johnnie
Wikipedia






Listen: Come On Home

Ramblin' with Ray







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This CD is available at
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Interview with Ronnie






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Carl's RHOF Song Page      Blue Suede Shoes Story      Obit






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Paper Clip for and the Five Kings



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"Just One More Chance"






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Joe's RHOF Page -- Joe's RHOF Column





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"Going to Put My Foot Down" and
"Baby Let's Play House"










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Everly Brothers

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Ray Harris
"Come on Little Mama"

Ray Smith
"Right Behind You Baby"


Rayburn Anthony
"Matchbox" (live)




Listen: That Certain Female - Charlie Feathers
A Charlie Paper Clip"




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Monkey's Uncle and T.A. Blues




Roy Orbison












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Art Adams band photo




















Buddy Holly, 75 and Timeless




Ronnie Self
Ronnie's Web Page




Carl Mann
Carl's Web Site
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Fats Domino

Wikipedia




RONNIE DAWSON

August 11, 1939 - September 30, 2003




Johnny Burnette





Cliff's Web Page -- Cliff's Discography
Cliff's Guitar -- Cliff's Guitar Tabs
Cliff's Tribute CD Info -- Tribute CD Available Here





Rosie Flores





Franny Beecher (Haley's Comets)

Fanny Goofin' Around




Luther Perkins




James Burton Web Site




Sam Sells Sun to Shelby Singleton




Big Sandy




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Barbara Pittman





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J.M. VanEaton

Session drummer for Sun Records back in the day




Deke Dickerson





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Otto Fuch's 880+ page book about Bill Haley is now availble in English. At this time you can only order it here: Amazon.co.uk



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Eddie Cochran





Roy Orbison





Johnny Powers





RAY CONDO
(1950-2004) "Blast from the Past" CD




Narvel Felts and Matt Lucas, January, 2011




















BOBBY LAWSON PHOTOS
Bobby Lawson's RHOF Page




This photo was taken on December 15, 1956 when Elvis did his last Louisiana Hayride performance at the fairgrounds. Stan Lewis is also pictured with his wife Pauline. Stan autographed it for his friend in France: Dominique Anglares. That's how we got it.




GLEN GLENN
Performing in Palm Springs at the annual Elvis Honeymoon House Show, May, 2010.
Photo: Alan Clark


Dave Edmunds at his wedding on the Big Island, Hawaii
Courtesy Lou Wolf - marcolou@luckymail.com




Johnny Burnette








Eddie Bond




Sonny Burgess




Jason D. Williams & Sleepy LaBeef
Photo: Bill Barker




Bob Luman




Narvel Felts




Jack Scott



THE JODIMARS






IMELDA MAY (the hottest rockabilly act going these days) performed in Nashville, TN Saturday, March 13th at the 5 Spot. Her sold-out show was exciting: excellent voice with great stage presence!

Nashville 3/13/10 TPAC show photos
courtesy of Tommy Maguire:

Imelda TPAC #1 - Imelda TPAC #2 - Imelda TPAC #3





WAYNE HANCOCK "live" in Nashville Saturday, March 20, 2010 at Matty's Alley.




Margaret Lewis Warwick, Sam Phillips,
Governor Edwards (Bossier City, June 1987)



















GLEN GLENN








This is one of the first photos of Bill Haley & The Comets 1952. Marshall Lytle is the sole serviving member of that original group.




Audrey and Hank Williams




SANFORD CLARK,
Arizona Music & Entertainment Hall of Fame Inductee





Guess who just turned 77. Nov., 2009








Roc LaRue and Sonny West in Spain
at the 2009 Ubangi Stomp





Ralph "Jody" Reynolds
December 3, 1932 - November 7, 2008





JOHN LEWIS




DAVE ROE, talented versatile bassist, is a member of the Rockabilly Hall of Fame's 2nd Generation Inductees.




Shelby Singleton and Knox Phillips Sam's son




RARE PHOTO of Tommy Cassel, from Shreveport, who had two great singles on his own Cassel record label. Here's Tommy Cassel with a home made neck microphone, Linda Brannon and Jerry Kennedy. Photo: Margaret and Alton Warwick




CHRIS CASELLO, guitarist extraordinaire, has recently been included in the Rockabilly Hall of Fame's 2nd Generation Inductees group.








Rockabilly Hall of Fame inductee, Larry Lee Phillipson, age 80, gets ready to record a new album at the Burns Station Sound studio in Burns, TN (September '09).




BILLY LEE RILEY MEMORIAL BENEFIT: The Sunday, August 30th. Newport, Arkansas show at the Silver Moon Club was a great success! Thanks to all who participated. One of the many performers that appeared was Larry Donn pictured above.




BILLY LEE RILEY Newport, AR. Depot Days 2008. (photo courtesy Mike Chojnacki - mikechoj@suddenlink.net)




Darrel Higham (UK's leading guitarist) with new European singing sensation Imelda May at Americana 2009, Newark, UK, Saturday 11th July 2009


Americana 2009 organiser Chris Jackson with Americana headliner James Intveld, Saturday 11th July 2009




CHARLIE RICH Jr. RITCHIE GEE (Event Organiser) and GENE SUMMERS
WILDEST CATS IN TOWN WEEKENDER
SUNDAY 5th JULY 2009 at LOWESTOFT, UK.




Sonny Burgess with Bobby Lollar




ROCKABILLY RAVE 12 producer Jerry Chatabox (left) with artists, Miss Mary Ann and Lew Williams, on Sunday, June 22nd at the show site. The weekender was held at Pontins Holiday Centre, Camber Sands, England, June 19th-23rd. Miss Mary Ann and the Ragtime Wranglers from Holland played Thursday night. Lew appeared on Friday night, backed by the Barnshakers from Finland. Larry and Lorrie, the Collins Kids, were on onstage Saturday night. Photo - Anita Williams




CHARLIE GRACIE plays to SOLD OUT FESTIVAL, SUFFOLK ENGLAND The ULTIMATE 50's ROCK 'N' ROLL FESTIVAL held at PONTIN's SEASIDE VILLAGE at Lowestoft, England Starred Charlie Gracie and featured numerous excellent rockabilly bands from the U.S. and Europe - including MAC CURTIS, JOHNNY POWERS, SANDY FORD, MATCHBOX and Germany's LENNEROCKERS! This pic shows Charlie on stage before a packed ballroom of 1,300 backed by the incomparable CLASS OF '58! Charlie returns to Britain again for a month-long tour in November. Kudos to promoter Ritchie Gee!




INDIANA'S OWN MR. & MRS. ROCKABILLY. Mandy Marie (wife) and Danny Thompson (husband) each appeared Saturday, June 28th, at the Radio Radio club in Indianapolis in their respective bands. Danny open the show with his "Bigger Than Elvis" combo and Mandy closed the evening with her group, "Mandy Marie and the Cool Hand Lukes". Art Adams and his band were the night's headliners.












Mac Curtis and Glen Glenn
Hollywood, CA, May 17, 2008 -- Photo: Alan Clark








Bill Haley's Original Comets
21st Century Electronic Press Kit





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REGGIE YOUNG
The legendary guitarist was saluted May 3, 2008 as the lastest "Nashville Cat" at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville. Also known as one of "The Memphis Boys", Reggie is acknowledged as one of the great guitarists in popular music history. He lent his guitar to the rockabilly explosion in the mid-1950s (with Eddie Bond); Memphis' hit-producing American Studio in the 1960s; and the expansion of Nashville's recording scene in the 1970s. His guitar work can be heard on Dobie Gray's "Drift Away," Waylon Jennings' "Luckenbach, Texas," Wille Nelson's "Always on My Mind" and Reba McEntire's "Little Rock," the Elvis Memphis Sessions among hundreds of others.
Photo: Rockabilly Hall of Fame





One of the highlights of the recent "Northest Rockin' Festival in the World" weekender in Lapland, Finland was an impromptu duet between Robert Gordon and Marti Brom on "Fire". They both performed the song with great verve, and the crowd clearly loved every second of it. Marti was thrilled afterwards, and stated that she's always been a huge Robert Gordon fan. Also pictured, guitarist Marco Di Maggio.

(Photo: Arjan Deelen - www.robertgordon.dk)




NARVEL FELTS (pictured here with Huey P. Long) appeared to a sold-out house at the Dixie Carter Performing Arts Center in Huntingdon, Tennessee, Saturday, April 19, 2008.





RAY CAMPI and LAURA LEE PERKINS
At Viva Las Vegas, 2008

Photos courtesy: Dominique Anglares




CHARLIE GRACIE and SLEEPY LA BEEF: Two American Originals - for sure ... got together for an informal jam at the Iron Hill Brewery at the "Great Americana Roots Ramble" in downtown Media, PA (April 12) where thousands turned out to hear several great artists all along State St. Charlie and Sleepy have performed on the same bill in many foreign capitals as well - including London, England and Helsinki, Finland. They have performed together at the Lincoln Center in New York last summer as well!





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