Rockin’ Blues & Rock’n’Roll from the Mars Attacks guitarist!
A band name that does not radiate false modesty but should rather arouse curiosity. And that is a good thing if you get the chance to experience the stage show and hear the new band project from former Mars Attacks guitarist Martin Telfser. The repertoire of the "Tri-Gantics" lies somewhere between Rockin’ Blues and Rock’n’Roll, a sound which bops, rocks and rolls so hard that the hall-floor cracks from stamping feet!
The new Surf explosion from Karlsruhe
Surf and the city of Karlsruhe, how should that fit together? Cobra Express proves that this fits very well with an exotic mix of; 60s Beach Party, Surf Music, and Rock’n’Roll. The musical experiment of the three Baden-Wuerttemberg Surf Rock’n’Roll Wrestlers is also expanded by a few stylistic influences from various Tarantino films. Song titles such as "Beach Cruiser", "Takatuka Land", "Tijuana Tequilla" and "Waikiki Beach Party" give you a first impression of what this is about.
Limitless madness with the Blues Yodeling Wildman from France
Herve Loison, the crazy Frenchman is a legend and was on the road with various band projects including Teddy Best, Mystery Train during the early 1980s onwards. He reinvented himself during 2009 as the wild and creative Rockabilly artist Jake Calypso. Under this alias, he performs in the style of his idols: Charlie Feathers, Al Ferrier, and numerous Southern Rockabilly Cats. His mission is to preach the holy gospel of Rockabilly and Rock’n’Roll. His show is 100% Rock’n’Roll and 100% mayhems is guaranteed!
Hellishly good Teddyboy Rock’n’Roll, Made in Austria
The roots of the band go back to the 1990s when a Teddy Boy band named King Edward Teds brought the 100% British Teddy Boy style and sound to Austria. After they disbanded, singer and guitarist KING D formed his next project, the Edwardian Devils. The sound is similarly dedicated to the classic Teddy Boy Rock’n’Roll sound. The three Austrians are cursed to be Teds and go to Hell for playing the Devils Rock’n’Roll music.
The incredible Rockin Rhythm’n’Blues Lady from Chicago!
Tammi Savoy was a winner of the Ameripolitan Award for “Female Rockabilly Artist of The Year” in 2019. Her guitarist Chris Casello is a second-generation inductee to “The Rockabilly Hall of Fame and has been voted “The Best of Nashville Scene's Honky Tonk Hero” and the Ameripolitan Award's “Musician of the Year”. Miss Savoy’s show encompasses a lively and vibrant 1940s through to the early 1960s set of originals and cover songs. Her musical framework incorporates roots music namely; Rhythm’n’Blues, Jump Blues, Rockabilly, Classic Country, Jazz, Blues, and Swing. She is the quintessence female Rockin’ Rhythm’n’Blues artist.
Red Hot UK Rockabilly Trio: Bellissimo!
English band Rockin’Em could easily be described as the insider tip for this year's Walldorf weekend. The band began during 2008 and the nucleus of the band is Kev Marlow (vocals and guitar) and his son Dion Marlow (bass) they are augmented by former Keytones-member Shaun Patrick O’Keeffe on the drums. Musically they are greatly influenced by Doo Wop, Rockabilly and Country music, however, the vocal harmonies and stage flair of The Keytones are cited as one of their greatest influences. For the first time in Walldorf, with vibrant talent.
Raunchy, dirty Las Vegas music WILD style
The Delta Bombers have been on the world stages for over ten years. The band comprises of; Chris Moinichen, Andrew Himmler, Gregorio Garcia, and Micah Malcolm. They love the hard aspect of Rock’n’Roll, for which they have fused influences from the 1950s; namely, Rockabilly, Swamp Blues, Country, and audible rock elements. The band aims to create music that enthuses people together whether they wear be it; Gabardine, Denim or they have Mohawks. This show is not for the faint-hearted.
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