The Rockin Daddys Live at the Heritage Train Kept A-Rollin with Rich Hagensen

The Rockin Daddys Rockabilly Band playing live in New Westminster, Canada at the Heritage Grill.
Their version of Tiny Bradshaw’s Train Kept A-Rollin inspired by Johnny Burnette and the Rock and Roll Trio.
A rockabilly classic recorded in 1956 on Coral Records.

A lose train wreak raw and biting tune dedicated to the memory of Paul Burlison, who with his octave pops and pull-offs on his Fender Telecaster, was one of the first to get a feedback/distortion guitar sound on record.

This song is always fun to play and has been covered by stacks of bands.

Rich Hagensen – Vocals and Flattop
Mark Twang  РTele Geetar
Kenny “Rebelrouser” Wilson – Slap Bass
Sandy McSnare – Skins

Long live Rockabilly!

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