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Dominatrix Rap - The Blue Moon Boys Featuring Nic Roulette - Live In New York (CD, Album)


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1997
Label: Beat Time! - BTCD01 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Rockabilly


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  1. - BTCD01 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Rockabilly Label: Beat Time! The Blue Moon Boys Featuring Nic Roulette - Live In New York (, CD) | Discogs.
  2. The Blue Moon Boys, featuring lead vocalist Nic Roulette, harken back to the hipster sounds of the s. While rooted in the rockabilly tradition, the Indiana-based quartet incorporates elements of swing, R&B and punk rock to create a unique, hard-driving, sound.
  3. The Blue Moon Boys' debut cd, "Live In New York" was hailed as "album of the year" by "The Roanoke Times" and "Whatzup" magazine in Ft. Wayne, Indiana. Their second cd, "Rock and Roll Christmas Show", which featured such tongue-in-jowl yuletide tunes as "Santabilly Boogie" and "God Rest Ye Merry Surfpunks," sold out its first pressing in two weeks.
  4. Nic Roulette & The Blue Moon Boys. From the archive: ; If you didn’t experience Elvis in the fifties, experience Nic Roulette now. From Fort Wayne, Indiana, this is high octane rockabilly, rooted in the fifties sound and equally loved by the punk .
  5. Jun 23,  · Nic Roulette and the Blue Moon Boys at the Rockabilly Rebel Weekend at the Fountain Square Theater, Indianapolis, Indiana I shot this on a Sony 8mm camera. Wish I'd have been able to.