Rockin‘ Blues & Rock'n'Roll with the Mars Attacks guitar!
A band name that does not radiate false modesty but should rather arouse curiosity. And that is definitely a good thing if you get the chance to experience the new band project of the former Mars Attacks guitarist Martin Tselfer live on stage. The repertoire of the "three giants" lies somewhere between rockin‘ Blues and Rock'n'Roll, which definitely swings, rocks and rolls that the hut cracks!
The Round Up Boys were put together in 1996 and hail from Berlin/germany. Frist record release in 1998, EP "Something For Everyone" (Favourite Records).
Over the years the boys have developed a unique style and sound. They play classic 1950s music with forceful beats, a raging stage show and are Germany's best known interpretation of a 1957 High School band. Their sound is the music of the hipsters and teenagers, it's music about "going steady" and "making love", it's the big beat of the era!
Berlin's hottes Rockabilly outfit has played countless club- and open-air appearances in almost every country in Europe and has put on several albums and 45s on different labels such as "Favourite Records", "Migrane Records" and "Rhythm Bomb Records".
1998, EP "Something For Everyone (Favourite)
1999, Single "If You Don't Treat Me Right (Favourite)
2002, LP "All THat Rock" (Louisana Records)
2003, CD "Lift Off!" (Ryhthm Bomb)
2005, CD Good Lookin' Daddy (Rhythm Bomb)
2007, CD "Another Night, Another Town" (Rhythm Bomb)
2012, Single "Scale Rock" (Migraine)
2015, CD "Hits for Teen-Agers" (Rhythm Bomb)
Limitless madness with the Blues Yodeling Wildman from France
Hervé 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!
Red Hot UK Rockabilly Trio: Bellissimo!
Rockin ’Em could easily be described as the insider tip for this year's Walldorf weekend. The English trio around Kev Marlow (vocals and guitar) and his son Dion Marlow (bass) have been around with changing drummers since 2008. Their influences range from Doo Wop to Rockabilly to Country. But the band that should have had the greatest audible influence are the keytones, in which Kev and Dion especially appreciate the incredible flair and talent for harmonies. You don't have to hide your own talent behind it.
The incredible Rockin‘ R’n‘B Lady from Chicago!
The Ameripolitan Award as "Rockabilly Female of the Year 2019" again confirmed Miss Tammi Savoy's exceptional musical talent. Together with the band of legendary guitarist Chris Casello, she sets an original 40's, 50s & 60s inspired set that covers the entire spectrum between early roots Rhythm and Blues, Jump Blues, Rockabilly, Classic Country, Roots Jazz, Blues and Swing. In short: Mid-Century Rockin‘ R’n‘B awaits you at its finest.
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 WILD style
The Delta Bombers have been on the world stages for over ten years. Chris Moinichen, Andrew Himmler, Gregorio Garcia and Micah Malcolm love the hard gait of RocknRoll, for which they have fused influences from the 50s Rockabilly swampy Blues, Country and clearly audible Rock elements. Your stated goal is to have a lot of fun and to share it with as many people as possible, regardless of whether they wear gabardine, denim or an iro. This show is not for the faint of heart.
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