About the RHOF
Rockabilly Hall of Fame
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We embrace all types of early rock 'n' roll, whether it's called rockabilly, hillbilly boogie,
or something else. Our purpose is to give recognition to the pioneers of this music genre.
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and NOT affiliated in any way with the Jackson, TN Hall of Fame.
Contact or Mail Donations to: Rockabilly Hall of Fame®
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Nashville, TN 37221
E-Mail Bob Timmers
This is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Donations are tax deductible
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is the Founder/Curator
of the Official
Rockabilly Hall of Fame® (1997).
Bob is not in the best of health lately,
but he updates this Home Page with
current interesting rockabilly-related
news worthy links whenever possible.
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Posted Dec. 14, 2016 - The Beale Street Memphis New Year's Eve show will launch Lewis into what promises to be a busy early 2017. On Jan. 6, Lewis will return to his native Louisiana for a show at the Golden Nugget at Lake Charles, and he'll play the Mid-South again Feb. 4 at Sam's Town in Tunica. Lewis will also be featured at the Stagecoach Festival in late April in Indio, California. Lewis manager, Greg Ericson, also confirms Lewis is "looking to go back into the studio" in the coming year. Lewis' last studio album, "Rock & Roll Time," came out in 2014.
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Rockabilly Hall of Fame - Volume 1
Rockabilly Hall of Fame - Volume 2
Rockabilly Hall of Fame - Volume 3
Rockabilly Hall of Fame - Volume 4
E-MUSIC: Rockabilly Hall of Fame - Volume 5
Bill Flagg - Guitar Rock
Bobby Lowell - Rocka Billy: Just Won't Stop!
Roman Self - Tribute to Ronnie Self
John D. And The Thunderboltz
King Kerosene - Just Warmin'
Leon Bass - Love-a-Rama
Grant Grieves - 45s
Grant Grieves - Red Hot! Rockin' Now & Then
Grant Grieves & The Flashbacks - Nashville Demos
Tommy Riddle - Poppa Poppa Da Da
Dr. Tom Butt - Rockin With The Doc
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FYI: Narvel Felts was a member of Jerry Mercer and the Rhythm & Blues Boys, performed in August 1956 with Roy Orbison and Eddie Bond on the concession stand roof at the Family Drive-in in Dexter, MO. We believe the Narvel Felts & Jerry Mercer "Radio Rockabillies" (LP) is no longer available. It was a fantastic set of rockin' tracks, from various radio programmes recorded towards the end of 1956, with Narvel & Jerry sharing the vocal duties. But, See YouTube
Billy's book still available
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