Jamie Waldron Trio plays a fun blend of 50's country, rockabilly, blues, and western for your dancing pleasure.


Pat Roberts and the Heymakers are the traditional, roots, and rockabilly veterans from Phoenix, Arizona. Featured: Pat Roberts on lead guitar and vocals, Ed Michaels on drums, and Paul Thomas on upright bass and vocals.


Whiskey Kiss is a female fronted Rockabilly band from Phoenix, AZ. Led by husband and wife duo, Niki and Nick White, their music blends swing with traditional rockabilly for a dynamic, danceable sound. They are newcomers to the Phoenix rockabilly scene, but they have already made their mark by playing some of the biggest rockabilly festivals in town and are playing Viva Las Vegas in 2013, the biggest rockabilly festival in the world. Their debut EP is scheduled to come out in February 2013. Wanda Jackson, Imelda May, and Connie Francis are just some of the artists that influence their brand of music.

Jump Jive & Wail

Jump, Jive & Wail has earned the reputation of being one of the finest jump-swing bands in the world. Formed in Las Vegas in 1998 by vocalist/trombonist Ken Levine, JJW was quickly playing some of the biggest showrooms Vegas has to offer. Former member of Louis Prima, Jr’s band, Ken had a dream of fronting his own group combining the music of such legends as Louis Prima and Louis Jordan, while adding in his own original work. Jump, Jive, & Wail has entertained crowds in New York, Los Angeles, Hong Kong, and nearly everywhere in-between. The players themselves are internationally renowned and respected musicians, having expertise in just about every genre of music. What started off as a dream is quickly becoming a legend; and what used to be a few fans, now reaches the thousands.


The Rebel Set are a three piece garage rock group from Phoenix and when I say “garage” rock band, I’m not talking about the recent trend of noisy lo-fi music. These guys are a real “garage” rock band. The trio takes from early sixties punk, surf, and psych. The guitar kicks ass, the songs are even dirtier, and the production sounds like that of an old sixties garage punk 45. Standout tracks include, “Poison Arrow”, a dark brooding garage cut with an extremely catchy verse, “Martian”, with guitar that harkens back to Apache, and an eerie theramin intro, “Birds and Bees”, a 60’s punk throwback that is impossible not to thrash to, and “Muckraker”, which sounds like an early Iggy Pop song. Overall, this album rules and these guys should be proud for creating something new and awesome out of something old and awesome.
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