Sayonara Sucka 10" LP (vinyl)

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Celine Lee & Dale Watson
Sayonara Sucka 10" LP (vinyl)

Celine Lee was born in Florida in the 1980s, but grew up listening to the music of the '40s and '50s thanks to her grandparents.
On one side were the grandparents who would listen to Peggy Lee and Frank Sinatra and on the other side were a mix of a Slavic musician Grandfather, and Grandmother, the real Miss Atomic Bombshell 1949 (inspiration for one of her debut album songs) originally from Oak Ridge Tennessee, who always had Hank Williams, Patsy Cline, and Elvis Presley playing on the turntable.
Growing up being influenced by such music, there was little surprise when she started her first band, Celine and the Hellbillies - the rebellious streak was no doubt inspired by her Punk Rock music-loving parents.
Feeling a change of atmosphere and familiarity would help her singing career, she moved to New York where she starting singing with a few local Rockabilly bands and getting to know the big city's many great artists, and some national touring artists.
One such meeting was with Texas honky-tonker Dale Watson.

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Disc 1
  1. Big Girls Cry
  2. Sayonara Sucka
  3. Grind
  4. How Can I Trust You
  5. Tease It To Jesus
  6. Miss Atomic Bombshell 1949
  7. I'm So Done With You
  8. I'll See Ya...Never
  9. Don't Let The Screen Door Hit Ya
  10. Catfight