Spo-Dee-O-Dee

Spo-Dee-O-Dee

Band:
Andy Warner - Vocals/Guitar
Randy Rich - Vocals/Guitar
Ralf Summers - Bass
Till Richer - Drums
Home: Berlin/Germany
Record Label: Rhythm Bomb Records
Musicstyle: Authentic Rockabilly
Booking: ecco57(at)aol.com

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With more than 1000 Shows all over the world - including Japan, the USA, Russia and across Europe this rockabilly / rock 'n roll hotpot has earned it's spurs.

But Spo-Dee-O-Dee keep reinventing themselves, as their latest multi-harmony incarnation proves on their 2014 Rhythm Bomb Records release "Drinkin' Wine".
In the past they have been backing up legends like Wanda Jackson, Hayden Thompson or Rock La Rue and thrilled audiences at The Rockabilly Rave, Viva Las Vegas or the Hultsfred Hayride and many more.
Stay tuned to find out what the future holds for Spo-Dee-O-Dee!

Reviews

Famous Last Words Magazine
"Longstanding German rockabilly band Spo-Dee-O-Dee enter the fray once more with brand new long player ‘Drinkin Wine’. With lead vocalist and guitarist Andy Warner penning eight of the twelve tracks listed, Spo-Dee-O-Dee set about their task admirably with a forceful set of rockabilly numbers. Starting things off is the combined vocals of ‘Little Baby of Mine’ that will have you rockin’ in no time such are the addictive qualities of its main rhythm. Man behind the album’s mastering, Axel Praefke shows his hand at song writing by coming up with ‘Jeannie Come A Running’, which chugs along at a nice pace and is complemented by another Warner effort, ‘I Told A Lie’ that is handled with the upmost care considering its delicate rhythm. The Harlan Howard written, and covered by numerous artists, ‘Sally Was A Good Ole Girl’ is competent in its delivery and likely to remain lodged in the memory bank long after its conclusion due to its catchy lyrics. The vocals are put on hold for the surf inspired instrumental ‘Los Calimuchos’, offering another side to Spo-Dee-O-Dee, before opting for another cover in the form of ‘Messin’ With The Kid’, but this time adding their own personal touches by toning down the adrenalin a notch or two in comparison with the rocket fuelled rendition by Baby Huey & the Baby Sitters. Great guitar work and an eager vocal really bring to life the emotions felt in ‘Black Slacks Pink Skirt’, which again shows itself during the strolling ‘Let’s Walk Walk Walk’ with Andy Warner injecting much character into the song’s narrative as one can sense the glee in his vocal as he glides down the avenue in question. The taste of wine this four-piece band is brewing is definitely of a sweeter nature as Spo-Dee-O-Dee hold a great passion for their song writing and one that is not afraid to reveal a romantic centre, which this latest album clearly demonstrates."