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Issue #50 - Spring 2000 - Scroll down to order!!
Blues Suede News #50
(spring 2000) has 68 pages with a slick cover. It contains many feature
articles including one on the famous hillbilly band The Maddox Brothers
and Rose with lots of cool vintage photos showing their colorful western
outfits. Don Maddox is interviewed here. There is also an interview
with veteran country artist Bobby Wayne who got his start with Rockabilly
music in the '50s, putting out country records a la Johnny Cash and great
guitar instrumentals in the following decades. He talks about working with
Ferlin Husky, Lefty Frizzell and other country and western
stars. Texas songwriter and singer Sonny West who wrote "Oh
Boy" and "Rave On" for Buddy Holly is interviewed
and then there is an article about the Australian alt. Country band the
Whiteliners and one on Skip Spence who was with Jefferson
Airplane and Moby Grape in the 60s. Rock'n'Roll pioneer Hardrock
Gunter is featured with an extensive article about his days with Hank
Williams, his use of the term Rock'n'Roll describing the music and not
(your know what) in his song "Gonna Dance All Night". Starting
in the late '40s he recorded for Sun, Starday, Decca and lots of other labels
and is still active today!
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