Learning The Game CD
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Hayden Thompson is a loved and highly respected genuine 1950s Rock 'n' Roll legend.
He started his career on Sun Records, just like Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins, Charlie Rich and Roy Orbison, just to mention a few of the young wild-eyed southern boys who frequented the tiny recording studio at 706 Union Avenue, Memphis, Tennessee.
Hayden Thompson's career has spanned seven decades, and even though the hit record he's been looking for has not yet emerged, he refuses to remain a footnote.
He still gives shows within the rockabilly circuit on two continents, and his loyal fans treat him like he sold 10 million records.
His recordings of this millennium definitely prove that he is certainly at the top of his game, and that his voice is as powerful and authoritative as ever.
The new album "Learning the Game" will be the third one in the series of Hayden Thompson's new recordings on Bluelight Records.
The first one, simply titled Hayden Thompson (2007), was an uptown country album, and the follow-up Standing Tall (2010) was pure Rock 'n' Roll.
This third one proudly presents more stripped-down rockabilly from hand-picked covers to original songs contributed by various songwriters, served by Mr. Thompson and his right-hand men,
Hayden Thompson is a force of nature that keeps coming back stronger.
Learning The Game is the toughest Hayden Thompson album thus far.