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Gotta Have That Rockabilly Look – Really?

By Buster Fayte, Featured Author, Sad Man’s Tongue On my blog recently there’s been a discussion starting about the “rules” of  being a modern rockabilly band. In one of my posts I admitted that when I first  started playing in … Continue reading

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Rockabilly and Tragedy Seem to Have Gone Hand in Hand

By Buster Fayte, Featured Author, Sad Man’s Tongue With all of the joy that has sprung from rockabilly music, it’s sometimes  difficult to fathom the tragedy that seems to have plagued the early pioneers.  Many of the greatest rockabilly artists … Continue reading

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Rockabilly, legends rock on in book

By Rick Smith, Featured Writer, Go San Angelo In the foreword to his book “The Rockabilly Legends,” Jerry Naylor tells us he was 15 when “an untamed force unlike anything I had ever experienced” changed him forever. “It was 1954,” … Continue reading

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