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Jim Heath is an ordained minister of rockabilly. The native Texan took the classic rockabilly sound of the 1950s and blended it with high-octane punk and roots rock, producing a sound that could only be described as psychobilly. When he picks up his signature Gretsch and takes the stage with bandmates Jimbo Wallace and Scott Churilla, he becomes the Reverend Horton Heat.

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I have to admit that lately, I'm feeling the effects of age. On the back end of my 40s, my body is letting me down, my short-term memory is shot through with holes and I feel my aesthetic and artistic sensibilities are, to say the least, unappreciated by the current crop of whippersnappers coming up.

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To know what Reverend Horton Heat is, you have to know rockabilly, the genre of music essay writing service arising out of direct lineage to the rock 'n' roll, country and R&B of the '50s.

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One of the great performers on the contemporary rockabilly scene, Kim Lenz expands her sound with the sultry, strutting ballad "Follow Me."

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Electricity moved through the air this past Friday night. The clouds came together and unleashed a fury over the city and county of St. Louis.

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The SXSCity music festival rambled to a close on Monday night with an eclectic bill taking the stage at Off Broadway.

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Saturday, 03 November 2012 16:48

Chuck Mead and His Grassy Knoll Boys 11/3/12

Forming the Grassy Knoll Boys in 2009 when he struck out on his solo career, Kansas native Chuck Mead utilizes western swing and rockabilly sounds to spin more yarns than a knitting circle.

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In the court of rockabilly royalty, Rosie Flores and Marti Brom reign among the most real, regal and versatile of singers.

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Fresh from a trip south to lay down tracks for a forthcoming seven-inch record, St. Louis duo Bruiser Queen rocked Livery Company with a few new friends from Memphis on Friday night.

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St. Louis' own vocal powerhouse, Little Rachel, warmed things up Friday night at the Duck Room before JD McPherson took the stage, bringing his rockabilly soul from Oklahoma.

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