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Rockabilly Hall of Fame
Rockabilly Roundup Vols. I & II


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Rockabilly Roundup

You're Never Too Old To Rock: Bill Haley's Comets
Everybody's Moving: Glen Glenn
Don't Bother To Cry: The Maddox Brothers
Stromy Weather: Nu Niles

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Like the great swing and big band recordings of the 1930s and '40s, some of the best rockabilly of all time was captured in the studio several decades ago. There was a quallity of musicianshipin the olden days that is all too rare in modern times. Still, a handful of greasers and country crooners across America continue to create some excellent music.The Rockabilly Hall of Fame (located in scenic Appleton, WI) gives listeners the best of rockabilly, both past and present, on two compact discs that will make your stereo speakers melt. Rockabilly Hall of Fame Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 (sold separately) bring you classic recordings from the likes of Glen Glenn and The Maddox Brothers as well as new music from Bill Haley's Comets, Highway 13, Di Maggio Brothers, Billy Swan, and many more. Each volume is jam-packed with 27 tracks of solid, rockin' tunes. Although they may be hard to find in stores, you can order these discs directly from the Rockabilly Hall of Fame at Even if you're not interested in the compilations, the site is well worth a visit. It lists more than 5,000 artists and includes links to many of their Web sites, as well as reviews of shows, insider tidbits and more.

- Nori Negrón-Casimiro

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