This month features rockabilly, psychobilly, neo-rockabilly, western swing, traditional swing, harmonica-drenched vintage rhythm'n'blues, country-tinged rockabilly, piano-driven boogie, and even good old English Ted-friendly rock'n'roll, and on the cover Mr Earl Jackson, rockin' it up at the latest of a series of heavily subscribed-to Keith Woods promotions, convincing the casual newsstand lurker that we have Chuck Berry in the UK. And we report on events as diverse as that most British vintage music events, the Twinwood Festival, to the frankly bonkers but very friendly Muddy Roots Festival which gives us an insight into how the American's do it when they are in the woods not the cities. UK ROCK'N'ROLL MAGAZINE, where rock'n'roll most definitely lives!
Anyone know who this good looking fellah is? He's still a handsome guy these days, and more importantly has a great set of pipes on him, and he's over in the UK later in the year laying some tasty doo-wop on us. So, who is it? The first correct answer (use the contact page) gets a six-month subscription to the magazine, or an Ace CD if already a subscriber