Rhythm Bomb Records


Rhythm Bomb Records has something to celebrate: not only is the label ten years old now, they've started a new number: RBR 5800.

They've started out with RBR 5600 being The Roundup Boys - Lift Off. A hundred releases later the code RBR 5700 went to the compilation album 15 Years Rockabilly Rave. Nico Duportal's newest album (to be released in January 2015) received the number code RBR 5800!

It's a milestone but not the end of the road: RBR 5801 is Blackberry 'n Mr BooHoo - Many Sides Of, RBR 5802 is The Broadkasters - 21 Days In Jail, ... And did you know there's also a subrange starting with RBR 5900 reserved for the country sublabel Shack Rouser?

Rockin' at the Drive-In Barn 2014


One of the traditions of Rockin' at the Drive-In Barn is the event video they do each year... and thus also this year!

Markus Kreihe from Rebellsign.de just presented the official video of this year.

Click Read more to see this year's video... and because it's #ThrowbackThursday, we throw the video we made a couple of years ago!

Read more: Rockin' at the Drive-In Barn 2014: the video

JD McPherson - The Warm Covers EP


JD McPherson released some new work: The Warm Covers EP on Rounder Records. It contains four cover songs out of the Vee Jay Record catalog:

  1. I Wish You Would
  2. Steal Away
  3. Rome Wasn't Build In A Day
  4. Why Lady Why

It's a digital EP that can be purchased at iTunes and a special 7" vinyl will be released November 4th which can be pre-ordered at Amazon.

You can check out the Billy Boy Arnold-cover I Wish You Would at the website of Esquire (on this page).

Hit Read more to see some YouTube-footage of Why Lady Why!

Read more: JD McPherson: The Warm Covers EP

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