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Ezra Lee & The Havoc Band - Boomerang Boogie (2016)

23-02-2016, 19:57
Blues | R&B | Country | Rock

Title: Boomerang Boogie
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Rhythm Bomb Records
Genre: Rockabilly, Blues, Honky Tonk Country, Rhythm & Blues, Boogie Woogie
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 43:19
Total Size: 106 MB

1. Boomerang Boogie (2:49)
2. My Baby Wants To Rock And Roll (2:36)
3. Nasty Boogie (3:09)
4. Is It Wrong (For Loving You) (3:24)
5. Caught In The Middle (2:30)
6. Honky Tonk Girl (3:16)
7. Motorbilly Radio (Go Cat Go) (2:52)
8. My Baby Don't Lie To Me (3:20)
9. Tore Up (2:39)
10. Honky Tonk Downstairs (3:25)
11. Try To Forget My Name (2:08)
12. So Long (2:15)
13. Endless Sleep (2:38)
14. She's Tough (3:17)
15. Let It Rock (2:52)

Ezra Lee & The Havoc Band, Delivering high energy piano based Rock'N'Roll, Blues, Honky Tonk Country, Rhythm & Blues and Boogie Woogie.

Ezra Lee on Lead Vocals & Piano.
Shaun Havoc on Drums & Lead Vocals/Backing Vocals
Kevin Spiers on Guitar & Vocals
Ray Westcott on Electric & Upright Bass.

Introducing the band ...
Ezra Lee .. Piano, Vocals.
At 14 Ezra joined the legendary Australian pub band Johnny Green's Blues Cowboys and toured with the band for six years. In 2009 the Melbourne rockabilly label Preston Records released two original albums Out Of The Valley and Ezra's first full length album, You Can't Stop A Freight Train engineered by Grahame Thomas and in May 2010 traveled to Barcelona, Spain to perform at the Screamin' Rockabilly Festival to support Bill Haley's Original Comets.

In August Ezra Lee started performing in the new stage show The Ultimate Rock 'n' Roll Jam Session with James Blundell, Nick Barker, Dave Larkin and Doug Parkinson. On the 22nd of April 2011 Ezra Lee performed at the Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekend in Las Vegas, supporting Jerry Lee Lewis. In 2012 Ezra Lee recorded Ca$hed Up n Crazy Г­n Maitland, NSW and performed in the UK and Europe and recorded his latest album Coal Fired Man in Berlin for Rhythm Bomb Records.

In 2013 Ezra Lee and his band opened for and were the band for The Queen Of Rockabilly, Wanda Jackson on her six date Australian tour.

2014 has seen Ezra move to Melbourne, Victoria and along with former drummer & friend Shaun Havoc, start this new band, Ezra Lee & The Havoc Band.

Shaun "Havoc" Lees. Established roots, rockabilly & rock'n'roll drummer across both Victoria & NSW. Former Victorian bands include. The Kingbillies, Hoot'N'Holler, Jump'N'Jive, The Flying Saucers, Andre Camilleri & The Heart Breakers and the Rock'A'dees. NSW playing included, The Pat Capocci Combo, The Ezra Lee Show, Monster A GOGO, The Leadbellies, Rob Cass & The Cosmic Cowboys, The Rattlesnakes and The Blues Rattlers. Influences include, Gene Krupa, Buddy Rich, Ronnie Tutt, Brian Fahey, Daniel Glass, Sandy Nelson, Mitch Mitchell to name a few. Playing & recommending C&C Custom Drums, Zildjian Kerope Cymbals, Remo Drumheads & Promark Sticks.

Ray Westcott ..Electric & Upright Bass.
Melbourne-based musician with many years experience in performance-based music playing bass guitar, double bass. Former bands include Billy & The Headliners, Jay & The Giants. Atomic Hi - Tones & The Rocking Daddies

Kevin Speirs .. Guitars & Vocals. Once described by the British NME (New Musical Express) as a master of his instrument, lead guitarist Kevin has played in Melbourne and overseas in the roots music scene for a good many years. He has also recorded and produced many of Melbourne's Rock and Roll fraternity. A self-confessed guitar slave and record collector, he draws from Blues, Country, Soul, R&B, psychedelic and ambient genres and brings these flavours into the Ezra Lee and Havoc Band mix.

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