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L.A. Rockabilly Blues

by Lennon Page

Mix Stevie Ray Vaughn--“The House Is A Rockin”, Willie Dixon--“I Can’t Quit You Baby”, add a touch of Elvis’ “Jailhouse Rock”, mix it with Beatles Rickenbacker guitar, and you have a taste of what Lennon Page and L.A Rockabilly Blues is all about.
Genre: Rock: Rockabilly
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  Song Share Time Download
1. I Got Stung
2:05 $0.99
2. You Can't Judge A Book By It's Cover
3:39 $0.99
3. Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On
2:51 $0.99
4. No Other Baby
3:52 $0.99
5. Blue Jean Bop
1:41 $0.99
6. The Hurt Won't Seem To Stop
2:57 $0.99
7. The House Is A Rockin'
2:29 $0.99
8. I Can't Quit You Baby
4:24 $0.99
9. Jailhouse Rock
2:34 $0.99
10. All Shook Up
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Album Notes
Lennon Page's brand of rock & roll is the perfect complement to any dancing, energetic crowd full of "rock of classics" lovers. Playing cover tunes such as "I Can't Quit You Baby" by Led Zeppelin, "The House is Rockin" by Stevie Ray Vaughan and "All Shook up" by Elvis Presley (done in double time), this act reaches true rock proportions. The original tune, "The Hurt Won't Seem To Stop", is soulful, bluesy and straight no chaser. Add in his crowd pleasing guitar work, and you have a complete event of guitar featured rock that sets Lennon page apart from the multitude of L.A. performers. Musicians seem to be entranced watching Lennon Page work his red Rickenbacker through his Vox amp!

With a vocal that perfectly complements his bluesy musical style, Lennon Page connects with his audience like very few entertainers can. However, with a steady hand and a loose, casual style, Page's fret work is an obvious main event in his performance. He does some of his best work when he and his guitar are left to their own devices.

In his live performance, Lennon Page is a true-blooded entertainer. The band takes the stage and starts playing while Page is nowhere to be seen, though his riffs fill the venue. Eventually, he walks through the front door, playing his way through the packed crowd like a mariachi in a Mexican Restaurant, pausing to show his skills every now and then on his way to the stage. His deft fingers and heartfelt love for his music and his audience makes for an extraodinarily entertaining show.

In today's world of stylistic combinations and musical crossbreeding, it's nice to know that some people still hold true to their roots. Lennon Page is one of those folks. His no nonsense approach to classic rock & roll, mixed with faultless showmanship, give the crowd a rockin' good time.

Lennon Page has rock star written all over him: from his torn blue jeans to his onstage swagger and his personal life mysteriously hidden from his fans. Page has recently released "LA Rockabilly Blues" and is currently playing throughout the Southland.

I took the name Lennon Page from two artists (John Lennon and Jimmy Page) who I admire."

"I enjoy the club scene where you can get right up close to the people," Page says.

Lennon Page will be busy with his new line-up recording a new album.

"I want to make an album of toe-tappers, songs that get you up, make you dance, give you energy at work or while driving your car," he said. "I want to make music of universal appeal, happy music, music that everybody likes, songs that old people and young people can both enjoy in a park, in a club, in a restaurant, in a living room - anywhere---just fun music. That's the only goal."

To find out more about Lennon Page, call (972) 506-8638, e-mail LennonPage@LennonPage.com



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