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Sometimes the most American of settings can reveal the deepest artistic talents the world has ever known. Johnny Cash on the farms of Arkansas, Mike Ness on the mean streets of Los Angeles, and a skinny kid from the ghettos of Tupelo named Elvis who happened to be brimming with soul. JD Mcpherson is one of those talents cut from that same artistic cloth. Growing up in southern Oklahoma, Mcpherson, the progeny of an ex-military, farming father and “good word” preaching mother, Mcpherson had an intriguing childhood and those influences shine blissfully through his music. His sound is raw it feels old, like the hum of a 50’s convertible cruising the back roads of the Mississippi delta, but it’s new and innovative.While most kids from the st...
The Caezars as we know them today formed in late August 2009 with a determination to play fresh, raw and slightly obscure Rock’n’Roll.
The line-up first consisted of just AJ and Dan, but developed quickly by adding surprise discovery Mikey on drums (because he was in the neighbourhood) and Steve on bass, who joined after AJ finally remembered; "the name of that young bassist at the Rave one year."
Pieced together in the small wooden outhouse known to many as “Moose Lodge”, The Caezars set out and just so happened to cause a stir on the Rockabilly circuit with their take on late 50's, Early 60's Rock'n'Roll. After their first few gigs in Portsmouth, and at the Brighton Rumble Rockabilly Club, the band have gone from strength t...
Born and raised in Santa Barbara, California where Pep was a member of the legendary "spook-a-billy" outfit Ghoul Brynner attracting such loyal fans as members of Toad the Wet Sprocket, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, and Dishwalla. Pep Torres started singing in the early 1980's when he was 15 and by the age of 17 eas strumming rockabilly guitar along with his records. As a vocalist, Pep has met the nodding approval over the years of his peers such as Jackie Lee Cochran, Ray Campi, Art Fein, Ronnie Mack, Casey Casem, lee Rocker, Tony Conn, Big Al Downing, and Larry Donn. Pep has recorded for television and often performs at tributes including the annual Elvis Birthday Bash at The House of Blues.