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    The Southerners
    Barstool Rodeo CD

    Female fronted Outlaw Rockabilly band from Southern
    The Southerners sound mixes traditional drumless Rockabilly and Country, delivered with a Punk attitude.

    Review by Fred "Virgil" Turgis - Jumpin' from 6 to 6
    Nice female vocal and the right band to go with it.
    The Southerners are a young new American (Californian) combo that plays authentic and drumless rockabilly. Female vocalist Celeste Gilstrap is very well supported by the tight rhythm section of Justin Williams (slap bass) and Byron Williams (acoustic guitar) with fine interventions by lead guitarist Hector Mattos. They deliver a good mix of tunes, all originals except two, mostly penned by Byron Williams.
    The album opens with the Mexican flavoured instrumental Bandoleros.
    Barstool Rodeo is solid rockabilly where the team of rhythm guitar and slap bass is perfect.
    Miss Gilstrap's vocal is very personnal and you can't easily compare her to any other female singer, but she can sound like a female Johnny Cash, as you can hear on Ripped In Two.
    After a couple of other rockabilly tracks, you'll find Lonesome Love which slows the pace.  That doesn't mean it


    • 1Bandoleros - Barstool Rodeo - I Want A Love - Let The Teardrops Fall - Reachin For The Bible - Lonesome Love - Ripped In Two - I'm Moving On - Lovesick Man - Forget To Remember - The Dance - Goodbye '53 - Little Devil - Blues Medley.

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