Bluegrass Boogiemen

The Blue Grass Boogiemen have been playing traditional bluegrass professionally since 1990. Their show has proved to be very successful all over Europe. For instance, in Ireland where they won the ‘Waterford Crystal Bowl’ for ‘most popular band’ at the Guinness International Bluegrass Festival. Or in their native Holland, where they won the ‘Silver Fiddle Award’ and the ‘Gram Parsons Award'(eight times) both for best acoustic country/bluegrass band, and beat Alison Krauss to the number one spot in the ‘Strictly Country’ charts with their first album. They also were voted most popular band by the audience at the European World of Bluegrass festival twice. But also in the US, where they’ve been touring several times, people are enthousiastic about their music. About their recorded work Bluegrass Now magazine wrote: “…they have the tightest harmony of any band I’ve heard”.  

Asociaal Kabaal

Asociaal Kabaal is a Nederpunk collective from Amsterdam, consisting of a 7 piece live band. With strong social subjects under a solid raw sound, they are willing to pierce your eardrums.

Frenetic Trio

From the death metal psychobilly scene of Brazil comes Frenetic Trio. This is the kind of psychobilly that will make most traditional rockabillies sick to their stomachs. Hard, loud, pounding psycho with growled vocals and driving voodoo rhythms. For fans of Os Catalepticos, Pagan Dead, Mad Mongols, and Cannibal Corpse.

Dikke Dennis & de Røckers

Dikke Dennis is a given on RosRock. “Vette zanger, vette band”, in every sense of the word. The illustrious Amsterdam cult legend has his own band now. With Peter Pan Speedrock he always only participated in two songs, but the role of a full-fledged frontman is made for him. Full of surrender and dedication, he dives head-first into the deep end. With the Røckers he takes his own songs and punk rock classics to a higher level.

Dukes of Tijuana

Mixing both authentic Rockabilly with 80’s Neo-Rockabilly make any concert of the German band Dukes of Tijuana a great experience.

The McCurdy Brothers

They began as two Hillbilly buskers filling the markets of Norwich. Their crazy electric Swamp-billy has turned into a formidable rockabilly blues machine, sweeping through local Norwich venues with their own take on a ginormous blues sound. Playing homemade instruments made out of junk they can find, scavenge or barter for and influenced by Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughan, BB King and Muddy Waters, this unique duo will leave you rasping and screaming.

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