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The Blue Moon Boys

The Blue Moon Guys, featuring lead vocalist Nic Roulette, harken back again to the hipster sounds from the 1950s. While rooted within the rockabilly custom, the Indiana-based quartet includes elements of golf swing, R&B and punk rock and roll to make a exclusive, hard-driving, audio. Chicago/Milwaukee-based newspaper The Onion composed …

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Big Bad Voodoo Daddy

Like Squirrel Nut Zippers as well as the Cherry Poppin’ Daddies, Big Poor Voodoo Daddy revived big-band music for the ’90s and beyond. BBVD focused for the swinging times of the ’40s and ’50s, borrowing a number of the Rat Pack lingo as well as the zoot matches that cloaked …

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Blue Rags

Fusing vintage affects which range from ragtime to bluegrass to golf swing — and topping everything off with a wholesome dosage of punk attitude — the Blue Rags were formed in Statesville, NC in 1990 by vocalist/guitarist Scott Sharpe and vocalist/pianist Jake Hollifield, a set of local art college students. …

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The Atomic Fireballs

The Atomic Fireballs were formed in Detroit in 1996 by John Bunkley and Wayne Bostek. Each of them fulfilled when Bostek’s wife was dealing with Bunkley and released them. Even though group plays their very own make of high-energy golf swing music, they list their affects to become as far …

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Ego-Wrappin’

Japanese kitsch-pop, nostalgic mixes of big music group, golf swing, and general quirkiness, was probably best conceived from the Pizzicato Five. Within their footsteps, though, arrived Ego-Wrappin’, several jazz and blues performers formed round the primary duo of guitarist Masaki Mora and vocalist Yoshie Nakano having a sheen of brass …

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The Mighty Blue Kings

Another group in the ’90s retro resurrection of mid-century swing/jump-blues music spearheaded by Squirrel Nut Zippers and Royal Crown Revue, Mighty Blue Kings shaped in Chicago during 1994, a septet of fresh but skilled musicians who wished to give clubgoers a particular date 1940s-design. Vocalist Ross Bon, guitarist Gareth Greatest, …

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Cherry Poppin’ Daddies

Although Cherry Poppin’ Daddies became a favorite act through the swing revival from the past due 1990s, the eight-piece band formed one decade previous in Eugene, Oregon. Vocalist Steve Perry (aka MC Huge Drink, a nickname designed to range Perry from your famous Trip frontman) and bassist Dan Schmid in …

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The Four Charms

Led by former Mighty Blue Kings bassist Jimmy Sutton, the Four Charms enjoy retro leap blues and golf swing that sources such late-’40s and ’50s icons as Tiny Grimes and Jimmy Preston. Recruited by Sutton more than a year-and-a-half period, the music group features guitarist/vocalist Joel Paterson, saxophonist Jonathan Doyle, …

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The Bomboras

The Bomboras were formed, in 1994, by guitarist Pam Moore and ex-members from the Finks as well as the Witchdoctors: drummer Dave Klein, bassist Shane Truck Dyke, and guitarists Gregg Hunt and Johnny De Villa. Acquiring their name from a vintage browse instrumental by the initial Surfaris, this “intoxicating browse …

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Youth Brigade

Among the finest hardcore rings to emerge from LA through the punk period, Youngsters Brigade was formed by way of a trio of brothers (Shawn, Tag, and Adam Stern) by the end of summer time 1980 in LA. Originally supplemented with additional users, the group returned to some trio in …

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