Bands & DJ's BIOS

The TrebleTones

The TrebleTones are a Rockabilly Trio from Hamilton Ontario. This power trio is known for blending classic rockabilly with punk & rock n roll, bringing you all your favorites along side original material.

Carolyn Fe Trio

Carolyn Fe is raw, real, and with captivating energy. The audience is immediately drawn into a live show of unbridled enthusiasm as the band exudes their love of playing. Old elements of the blues are mixed with a newer eclectic concoction of various musical styles, resulting in a sound of their own.

The King Jives

the King Jives - rockabilly, roots trio...proud Hamilton band.

The Sloe Gin Fizz

With unparalleled energy, these Hillbilly-Rockers of the Eastern Townships breathe new life to the spirit of the King and the golden age of Rock & Roll, in an orchestral brouhaha of copper, nickel, and fire. The Sloe Gin Fizz explode on the stage, mashing up Blues, Swing, Country, and Rockabilly with 21st century energy.

Hell Bent Rockers

The Hell Bent Rockers are a high energy rockabilly quartet that have been rockin’ the Hamilton, ON music scene for years. With their high-energy mix of classic rock & roll and authentic 50’s rockabilly , you can’t help but get up and dance when these cats hit the stage.

Mark Malibu & the Wasagas

Canada's original Surf Punk Instrumentalists. We existed from 1979-1982. We were 16 years old. We played with many new-wave and punk bands confusing audiences everywhere.
We reunited in 2014 for several shows with all original members. That’s 32 years later! Surfs Up again !

Peter and the Wolves

Calgary’s Peter & the Wolves, are an old fashioned rock and roll band bent on makin’ you wanna kick out your chair shake it all night long!
In 2013, they emerged from Bowness, a fresh-faced rockabilly outfit shaped by their forefathers’ rowdy, unstoppable urge to shake it. Led by Howlin’ Pete Cormier, the Wolves were playing the bar scene while half its members were still in high school. Sweat dripped from their brow and soaked their sharkskin suits; they pulverized the room and left them panting for more.

DJ Pat White

Pat is a rockin' DJ from Montreal From breathtaking jivers to killer boppers, he's got what it takes to keep you on the dance floor all night​​

DJ Tony B Good

Tony Be Good was originally a Rockabilly radio show, which also included other styles of music from around the 1950s. Also, there is Sauce Vintage, a video project that also focuses on Rockabilly and other styles of the same kind. Today, the two have merged and the project is renamed "Du Tony Be Good". It is now a single project for retro culture and the 1950s.

And more bands and DJ's to be confirmed soon!

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