Johnny Spence is a British Rock 'n' Roll legend who began his career in the early 1960s as a member of for Johnny Kidd's band The Pirates.
As a trio The Pirates, featuring Johnny on vocals, made first recordings in 1964, and their single My Babe has been considered a classic ever since.
Along with guitarist Mick Green and drummer Frank Farley, The Pirates cut some great albums - especially in the late 1970s and early '80s, and they are considered to be one among the greatest Rock 'n' Roll trios ever.
Doctor's Order, Finland's finest and toughest Rock 'n' Roll 'n' Rhythm & Blues trio, have released six albums as a trio, as well as albums with Pirates Johnny Spence and Mick Green.
The new album by Johnny Spence and The Doctor's Order really is Hot and Rockin'.
It is a stunning Rock 'n' Roll/Rhythm & Blues release which was recorded over four days in Vantaa, Finland.
Johnny and his Finnish Doctors are at full power, pumping out 15 hard hitting, tough sounding, rockin' 'n' rollin' tracks on the album.
There are some brand new songs written by Johnny Spence, along with a bunch cover songs originally performed by Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Kidd & The Pirates, The Hurriganes, Carl Perkins, Gene Vincent, Lightin' Hopkins and Rufus Thomas.