Category Archives: London

Rockabilly and rock’n’roll with Laine Lane

by KATE TARALA, Featured Writer, The Herald LANIE Lane can write songs with her eyes closed. Literally. She wrote her runaway hit Oh Well, That’s What You Get Falling In Love With A Cowboy in her sleep. ‘‘I woke up … Continue reading

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Teddy Boys & The Birth of The Cool: The Beginnings of British Youth Culture Part 1

Words: Chris Sullivan Photos: Zoltar, Don McCullin In the early 50s, the clichéd image of the sartorially rebellious and angst-ridden “teenager”, the fuel of a thousand movies, the subject of a million articles, did not exist. The term was then … Continue reading

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