Little Victor

Little Victor, a.k.a “The Beale Street Blues Bopper” is a multi-award-winning musician and producer, famous for the quality of his shows -a mix of authentic old-school rockin’ blues and cabaret stage antics- and the outstanding artistic quality of his records and productions. He’s an exemplary keeper of the fame. His joyous showmanship and larger than life personality has made him a popular international festival attraction for decades until he practically almost retired from live activities -to focus on production and other stuff -before recently moving to the UK. Little Victor is back with a new groundbreaking album “Deluxe Lo-Fi” and he’s ready to hit the road again!

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Roy Kay Trio

The Roy Kay Trio, the drummerless trio that have been fixtures on the rockin’ scene since 2002. Dynamic and powerful lead vocals and harmonies supported by huge rhythm and meaningful melodies, the trio continues to draw big crowds of dancers and listeners alike to their authentic and heartfelt stage show. Featuring the same members who have been rockin’ around the world since 2001, The Roy Kay Trio always deliver a fantastic, energetic performance and you can tell they love every minute of it!

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Jittery Jack

Jittery Jack brings his East Coast bang to the world of Rockabilly and 50’s inspired Rock ‘n’ Roll. Hailing from Boston, MA USA he has headlined at the Viva Las Vegas festival numerous times, and has toured internationally headlining many festivals including UK’s the Rockabilly Rave and Australia’s Camperdown Cruise. Jack has also recorded for both Wild Records in Hollywood, CA and Rhythm Bomb Records in Germany who released his 2014 full length, “Gonna Have A Time”.

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Huelyn Duvall

Duvall is known for his 1950’s recordings such as Little Boy Blue, Boom Boom Baby, Double Talkin’ Baby, among others. He has performed with Eddie Cochran, Johnny Horton, Bobby Darin, Dale Hawkins, The Champs, and others. His Little Boy Blue charted on Billboard in 1958 and Eddie Cochran told him it was one of his favourite songs. Duvall recorded Boom Boom Baby two years prior to Billy “Crash” Craddock and his version of Double Talkin’ Baby was sent to Gene Vincent as well as Modern Romance to Sanford Clark.

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Lil’ Mo and the Dynaflos

Lil’ Mo and the Dynaflos came about one night around 2004 at the World Famous Derby Club in Los Angeles as “Lil’ Mo” Morris Everett and Cliff Quan discussed their love for Doo Wop music. Lil’ Mo, being a veteran of previous vocal groups and Cliff, being an avid Doo Wop listener and rockabilly guitar player in the LA band “The Hellzaboppers”, decided “Why not give it a go ourselves”? The rest is history!

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