“Los Angeles might be the corporate music capital of the world, but it’s also the home to America’s longest-running underground music scene, a scene that has survived underground 50 years thanks to die hard musicians, promoters and fans of the rebel rock you won’t see on MTV. A scene hidden in Hollywood, but never caught on film. Until now.” – Written by Betty B.
Documentary filmmaker Brent Huff has tackled some pretty intense material — teenage drug abuse, the pressure cooker politics of fashion modeling — but his latest feature, “It’s a Rockabilly World,” veers off the beaten path [read More…]
Rockabilly music burst onto the national scene in the mid-fifties and quickly filled the pop music void that existed in the early 1950s. This new sound seemed to come out of nowhere and, at first, didn’t [read More…]
Rockabilly singer, songwriter and guitarist Sonny Burgess — who became one of Sun Records’ stars with his raucous and unbridled whoops and howls, accompanied by his furious guitar — died at age 88, on [read More…]