Crazy Cavan and The Rhythm Rockers
Live at Picketts Lock
(2 x 10” vinyl LP)
Recorded live at the height of the '70s Rock 'n' Roll revival, this 2LP set captures Crazy Cavan & The Rhythm Rockers at their rockinest best.
Wholly synonymous with the 1970s Rockabilly/Rock 'n' Roll Revival, the mighty Crazy Cavan & The Rhythm Rockers remain active to this day, forty years on, enjoying pretty much the same legendary status as the first generation Rockers who originally inspired them.
Formed in 1970 in South Wales, the band first took shape as Count Dracula & The Vampires an outfit formed by Cavan Grogan (vocals), Lyndon Needs (lead guitar) and Terry Walley (rhythm guitar) in 1964.
Their ranks were swelled when Don Kinsella (bass) and Brian Thompson (piano) joined in 1968.
The addition of drummer Mike Coffey in 1970 saw the group coalesce as Crazy Cavan & The Rhythm Rockers.