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Tenessee Rhythm Riders

After the rock and roll ‘n’ move fans, Phil and Lynette Morgan from Fleet, Hampshire, Britain, were wedded, they made a decision to form a band. They didn’t want to execute straight rock and roll ‘n’ roll however they loved the united states boogie and golf swing of 1 of its resources, Rose Maddox. The few shaped the Tennessee Tempo Riders (‘European countries’s most colourful hillbilly music group’), which features Lynette on lead vocals, Phil on metal acoustic guitar and Steve ‘Willy’ Briggs on lead acoustic guitar, who is the primary songwriter. Their 1st few releases had been low-budget affairs, but 1999’s Small Crimson Wagon included two improved video paths. In the first 00s, alongside Jim Morrison (fiddle), Al Saxby (bass) and Randy Richter (piano), the music group renamed and became the Blackwater Valley Young boys. They still perform making use of their joyous mixture of hillbilly, western golf swing and rockabilly.

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