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BOBO (vocals/guitar) was born in the blue and lonesome land of Pennsylvania, where he learned to pick a few tunes on an old Silvertone acoustic scored from a yard sale for $25. His early life was spent listening to Johnny Cash, Roy Acuff, Ernest Tubb, and Hank Snow records, and to the Grand Ole Opry on those rare occasions when the atmosphere of earth allowed the signal from WSM to reach central Pennsylvania.  As a teenager he found rockabilly and 1930s-1950s blues, and has rarely strayed much further from these genres.


Bobo began performing professionally in 1997, when he joined the NY rockabilly combo Rhythm Bound.  Since 2011 he has also been the lead guitarist for Screamin' Rebel Angels, with whom he has toured across the United States, as well as in Canada and Europe.  As a songwriter, he has recorded twenty of his songs with these two groups; many more are just loitering around waiting to be recorded.  Since 1998 he has lived and worked in Brooklyn, NY.


Fun Fact: The nickname "Bobo" derives from an old photograph of Bobo Baxter, an obscure rockabilly singer known for his recording Flea Circus.




 

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BRUCE FLETT (vocals/bass) was born in Shreveport, Louisiana in 1953; he has been a professional musician since 1969, and an agent/promoter since 1991.  Flett toured with Shreveport-based bands A Train and The Bluebirds across the south, at festivals coast-to-coast, in Europe and in Canada.  Aside from the New Orleans Jazziest--where he appeared seven times--he has played at the Louisiana Hayride, the King Biscuit Blues Festival, and the Los Angeles Street Scene Festival.  He also sang onstage at the famed Apollo Theater, Harlem.


Bruce has been a lifelong fan of Blues, R&B, Rock n' Roll, Honky Tonk Country, Rockabilly, New Orleans Fun, Memphis Soul, Swamp Pop, and American Roots music interpreted by the Human Race.


Among his many musical influences are Donald "Duck" Dunn, Delbert McClinton, Hank Williams, Sr, Lead Belly, Chuck Berry, Willie Dixon, Sam Cooke, Ike &Tina, Bobby Bland, Van Morrison, Johnny Horton, Tillman Franks, James Burton, Stan "The Record Man" Lewis, Sam Phillips, Leonard Chess, and Cosimo Matassa. 


Bruce has worked in Promotions and Publicity for various Independent Record Labels; he has promoted over 100 albums since 1991. Since 2016 he has lived in New York City.


“Got to learn to Crawl before you Walk,

Learn to sing and listen before you Talk”

 

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BOBBY MOLLER (drums) is well-known in New York's rockabilly and psychobilly scenes, having played at various times with The Spastiks, The Bloodshots, Rocket J and the 88s, Jittery Jack and Amy Griffin, Screamin' Rebel Angels, and Crash Gordon & Debra Dynamite.  In 2019 he backed up the legendary Boz Boorer (Polecats / Morrissey) for a rare Brooklyn appearance.


He has toured throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe.


Bobby lives in Staten Island, New York.