The Blacktop Rockets at Rockabilly Rebel Weekend 6

The Blacktop Rockets at Rockabilly Rebel Weekend 6

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The Blacktop Rockets Rock The House

Thanks to Ben Trammell

Thanks, Ben for sending these names. It’s kind of you to take the time. Ben also knows that these Blacktop Rockets are from Atlanta, that Blacktop Rockets have their own website, and that we can contact Dave Weil at daveweil@404.243.3862

Johnny Knox.

Rob Knight on drums.

Dave Weil on vocals and rhythm guitar. He’s also playing with Pistol Pete in those jam session pics, in a plaid shirt.

Mark, filling in for Stuart Sanders who did the lights.

The many faces of

Johnny Knox.

Order Their CDs

The Blacktop Rockets, from Atlanta, have two CDs out via Hepcat Records.

What’ll You Have is Hepcat order #CD109 produced by Straight 8 Records, $12.00, and

Make Mine A Double is Hepcat order #CD 110 produced by Straight 8 Records at $14.00. Hepcat calls this a nice mix of Rockabilly, Blues and Country.

Call 1-800-404-4117 to order, or go to the Hepcat website

I need review, folks! I need names. Thanks for your help. You don’t have to be a professional writer. Just tell how the band made you feel, what your favorite songs were (are) and things like that. Where else have you heard them? Are they nice to you in person? Talk to Otto!

What Otto does is concentrate on the photos and let you send in your comments about the bands.

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