Stamford is set for another great night of punk psychobilly and wild rockabilly as Voodoo Rockahula comes back to the Voodoo Lounge at Mama Liz’s.
Promoter Stuart Rowland has secured one of the UK’s biggest and best psychobilly bands Graveyard Johnnys. They will top a bill featuring Corby’s Cretin 77 and Stamford’s very own mystery men El Camino.
Promoter Stuart said: “Cretin 77 have recently supported the likes of the UK Subs.
“This real punk band play punk as it should be, with attitude and style of the late 1970s - a real top-notch band to get the night firing on all four cylinders.
“Next up is El Camino, a masked Mexican wrestling rock n’ roll combo with blistering vocals, manic slap bass, high-octane rockabilly guitar and hard drumming.
“This band really know how to entertain.”
“And headliners Graveyard Johnnys have just arrived back from a tour of the US and will next weekend be one of the main bands playing at the Bedlam Breakout festival.
“The band have had massive success with their latest album being played on Radio 1 and 6 Music, and have shared stages with the best in punk, heavy metal and psychobilly bands worldwide.
“This band is heading to the highest heights in alternative music - come and see them before they are too big to play Stamford again.”
Tickets are £8 on the door. DJ Rockahula will play the best in retro-punk, rockabilly and psychobilly in between bands.