b. Costs Mizell, Asheville, NEW YORK, USA. Mizell was a rockabilly artist most widely known for the 1957 documenting ‘Jungle Rock and roll’. He offered in america Navy in 1947, and upon his release began both performing and preaching. In the first 50s he and his five-piece nation band visited Montgomery, Alabama, to record. A disk jockey there nicknamed him Hank following the lately deceased Hank Williams, as well as the name trapped. In 1957, dealing with guitarist Jim Bobo, drummer Costs Collins and pianist Eddie Boyd in Chicago, Mizell documented ‘Jungle Rock and roll’ for the neighborhood EKO label. Ruler Records found distribution, however the record didn’t sell, and Mizell quit performing skillfully. He became a preacher and transferred between Chicago, Mississippi and Nashville for another couple of years. Although many country singles had been documented in the 60s and 70s, Mizell continued to be virtually unfamiliar until 1976, when rockabilly enthusiasts in Europe found out the King solitary. ‘Jungle Rock and roll’ transcended cult trustworthiness to reach the united kingdom Top 10, and prompted Charly Information to release additional rediscovered Mizell recordings. Mizell produced additional rockabilly and nation recordings in the 80s, but continued to be unknown beyond hardcore rockabilly circles.