Stop Twelve On The Rockabilly Roadtrip


What Happens Now? It appears that we are fast approaching the end of The Rockabilly Roadtrip which means that it’s time to ask a very important question: after so many years of rockabilly, psychobilly, and the various other incarnations, where do we do from here? Well let me tell you, rockabilly is certainly not dead.…

Stop Eleven On The Rockabilly Roadtrip


Psycho-Rock-And-Roll All Over The World Well, last week we talked about the fallout of rockabilly and the birth of psychobilly. An interesting topic in itself and one which deservedly got a whole article to itself. Today, however, I’m here to tell you that psychobilly has a longer a much richer history than was presented last…

Stop Ten On The Rockabilly Roadtrip


Rock ‘N’ Roll Meteors: The Psychobilly Revolution Now, last week we talked about how rockabilly, despite many people’s thinking, is not an extinct genre of music, and in fact it even enjoyed mainstream popularity after a revival movement in the seventies and eighties, but what I did not talk about last week was the fact…

Stop Nine On The Rockabilly Roadtrip


The Great Rock ‘n’ Roll Revival Now, some people think of rockabilly as a purely retro style of music that had its day in the sun during the fifties and early sixties and then died out to make way for other styles of rock and roll, but I’m here today to tell you that the…

Stop Eight On The Rockabilly Roadtrip


Rock Across The Ocean: Britain Gets Rhythm Despite its origins as a distinctly American style of music, rockabilly was not confined to the United States, in fact after its meteoric rise to popularity in the United States rockabilly’s wild swinging sounds took hold all over the world. One of the places in which rockabilly really…

Project Bandcamp


Curmudgeon that I am, I have always been somewhat sceptical of the revolutionary affect on music that the birth of internet file sharing was supposed to have had. It is true that I have seen the rise of illegal downloads and the removal of power from shelf placement at record stores, but so too have…