ROCKABILLY HALL OF FAMEŽ MERCHANDISE & SERVICES
for the Saturday, July 31st Show
MEMPHIS MOJO'S SHOW REVIEW
On Friday, July 30, 1954,
Elvis first stepped on stage in Memphis at the "The Shell".
To commemorate this event The Shell and the Rockabilly Hall of Fame
hosted a rock and roll weekend, Fri., Sat., July 30, 31, August 1
Jay Chevalier all the way from New Orleans
Jay "Castro Rock" Chevalier
Art Adams closed the evening doing a full hour of uptempo rockers
Bubba and Wanda Feathers doing their Dad's great songs
Johnny Cash tribute artist Bill Dewey
Bill Dewey, Dave Hermsen, Kim Curtis, W. S. Holland
Bill and W.S.
Nick Hein (Scotty Moore's grandson)
Roy Wilson & The Buzzards from NYC
Elvis Tribute vocalist, Jamie Aaron Kelly
Jamie rockin' in pink and black
Dave & The Bad Cats: Dave Hermsen, Gary Skipper, Bob Timmers
On Vocals: Roman Self doing "Bop A Lena"
Buck Hitchinson on guitar
Art Adams and Roman Self
Gary Skipper (Nashville) and W.S. Holland (Johnny Cash's drummer for 37 years)
Jamie and Roman chat back stage
Nick's full band, all between the ages of 15 and 16, sounding great!
Photos: Bonnie Tankersley, Dave Hermsen, Lynne Self
THE OVERTON PARK SHELL
1928 Poplar Ave., Overton Park