"Lost" Johnny Cash performance on tap for summer
NEW YORK (Billboard) - Johnny Cash fans will soon have access to a new recording of the Man in Black, the 16th since his September 2003 death.
"The Great Lost Performance," a 1990 Cash concert featuring duets with June Carter Cash and with singer Lucy Clark, will hit stores July from Universal Music.
The 18-song banter-filled live album was recorded July 27, 1990, at the Paramount Theatre in Asbury Park, N.J. Cash classics like "I Walk the Line" and "Folsom Prison Blues" are present and accounted for, the disc also features Johnny and Carter dueting on "Jackson" and "The Wreck of Old '97" and tracks "What is Man" and "Forty ... continue reading
Added : 16/6/2007
Billybop festival in the newspaper (gazet van Antwerpen) (English version)
Billybop lures quiffs
Sint-Ludwina Hall in Bonheiden flashes back to the fifties this weekend with the first edition of the Billybop Festival. Lovers of the genre will be treated to the roots rock and rockabilly of four bands.
Quiffs, cajun food and roots rock are just a few of the ingredients that will bring back the atmosphere of the long gone fifties in Sint-Ludwina Hall next sunday the 17th of June. The originator of all of this is non-profit organisation Billybop, presenting the first edition of the Billybop Festival.
"Non-profit organisation Billybop has been promoting Belgian rockabilly ... continue reading
Added : 13/6/2007
Billybop festival in ... "Gazet Van Antwerpen"
The belgian newspaper "Gazet Van Antwerpen" shows interest in our first Billybop festival.
Click here to read the article ... (article in dutch)
Added : 13/6/2007
77 El Deora
I can ease your pain. Get you on your feet again...
We haven't done this in quite a while. We used to play the Parkside Sunday
shows fairly regularly before things became sort of "fluid" there. But the
place has been sold. A new regime has been installed and our hope is that
the sun shines there again.
What was so great about these shows (it wasn't the money, that's for sure)
was that it was a relaxed, easy place for a lot of friends who don't do the
bar scene to hear the band and hang out. It's free. The parking is easy.
It's early (daylight!). And it's all ages. Hell, there aren't even any steps
so ... continue reading
more info on : http://www.77eldeora.com
Added : 7/6/2007
THE RHUMBA KINGS ~ NEW GUITARIST
THE RHUMBA KINGS ~ NEW GUITARIST
It is with a heavy heart that I must officially announce today that Thierry Limelette, Rhumba Kings guitarist for the last 12 months or so, has had to remove his services from the band.........Reasons are personal but no secret-you will hear different versions as always in these situations, that's showbizz!!
Over the past year Thierry brought a lot of great and creative input to the band and we have moved onwards and upwards at a breakneck speed, recorded a full album of original material and enjoyed many great and happy fun times together on the road, in the rehearsal ... continue reading
Added : 5/6/2007
Friends and family pay tribute to June Carter Cash
NASHVILLE (Billboard) - Tribute albums are plentiful. But few display the heart and soul of "Anchored in Love: A Tribute to June Carter Cash" -- "a joyful celebration of her music and her life," according to John Carter Cash, the artist's son and producer of the project.
Carter Cash, the only son of June and Johnny Cash, recorded most of the project at the Cash Cabin Studio in the Nashville suburb of Hendersonville, Tenn. The June 19 Dualtone release features a dozen songs written by or associated with June Carter Cash.
Also arriving in stores June 19 is a book by Carter Cash about his mother, "Anchored in Love: The Life and ... continue reading
Added : 2/6/2007
Calling All Musicians!
Shock-O-Rama Cinema Splatter Disco Theme Song / Soundtrack Contest!
Would you like an opportunity to showcase your music In a nationally released Horror Film? If so, then read on to find out how by participating In The SPLATTER DISCO Theme Song / Soundtrack Contest!
POPCinema/Shock-O-Rama Cinema ; The production and acquisition company that brought you the horror hits "Shock-O-Rama", "Feeding The Masses", "Chainsaw Sally" and the upcoming "Bacterium," is looking for the perfect theme song for the opening title sequence of their upcoming film "Splatter Disco". Directed by Richard Griffin ("Feeding the Masses", "Raving Maniacs"). "Splatter ... continue reading
Added : 1/6/2007
The Buckshots @ Den Bromfiets 27/05/2007
Alright been a while since i wrote a review it seems. But what a better way to start again then with our favorite old time music band: The Buckshots
I don’t think regular readers of this site need an explanation about what these guys are about. And if you don’t know, well then it’s time for you to read the rest of the site and find out.
Now back to the concert. As usual in Den Bromfiets the mood is always right, tough in the beginning of the gig there weren’t much people around. But by the second set the places was packed again. Hell it was so good that Erwin almost forgot to pass the sombrero round.
The Buckshots as usual played ... continue reading
more info on : http://www.thebuckshots.behttp://home.zonnet.nl/johnlucy/
Added : 31/5/2007
June 2007 issue of TLM now posted
Lance Monthly Vol. 9, No. 2 June 2007 issue now posted
IN THIS ISSUE: Up Close with Mike Mitchell (Drummer for Norman Petty Trio – Interview conducted by Dick Stewart); The Other Tornado (Sunny West will team with Knights at Clovis Fest 2007 – article by Chas Pike); Comments on Last Month’s TLM issue (Up Close with Chris Dreja of The Yardbirds; Big Bopper Exhumation); Paterson’s Jump, Jive and Harmonize (Reviews of releases by The Yardbirds, Pavlov’s Woody, and Keven Conley and The Blue Tornados; Paterson’s Psychedelic Musings (Directions to John, Paul, George and Ringo’s House; Highs in the Mid – ‘60s); An Interview ... continue reading
Added : 30/5/2007
Phil Spector trial switches to forensics
LOS ANGELES - The Phil Spector murder trial is going "CSI." After five weeks of dramatic personal stories about the music producer and the B-movie actress shot to death in his home, prosecutors are shifting their focus on Tuesday to science and the critical forensic evidence.
There will be discussions of blood spatter, fibers, gunshot residue, DNA and the path a bullet took when it killed actress Lana Clarkson.
A coroner and crime lab technicians are due on the witness stand beginning Tuesday to explain how such evidence can offer insight into what happened at Spector's castle-like mansion on Feb. 3, 2003.
A gunshot ... continue reading
Added : 29/5/2007