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Sugar Hill Records is excited to announce that Wanda Jackson will be performing on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno tonight, Tuesday, November 20th.  Wanda’s backing band for this special performance includes Shooter Jennings, Neal Casal (Ryan Adams & The Cardinals, Chris Robinson Brotherhood), Rami Jaffee (Wallflowers), Jonathan Wilson, and Ted Russell Kamp.  The legendary singer is credited as the first woman to record a rock song and has toured with artists ranging from Elvis to Adele.  She is a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induc

Guitarist / crooner Dave Hex founded Triple Hex in the early oughts in Brooklyn, releasing the rockabilly tinged Phantom Highway 13 EP in 2006 on Thigh High Records.  The band followed up with extensive touring throughout Europe in 2007 before releasing a Stooges-esque three track 7” entitled Scratch My Back.

Z2 Entertainment is proud to present West Water Outlaws & The Congress to the Boulder Theater on Friday, November 2nd.  Tickets will go on sale to the public on Friday, October 5th, 2012 at 10:00 am for $10 in advance and $12.50 the day of the show.West Water OutlawsThe Outlaws were formed in early 2010 when singer Blak

Harold Honey epitomizes Rockabilly Punk Blues with the release of his new album, Helltown.  The singer/songwriter harks back to the sounds of the fifties and sixties while maintaining his thoroughly modern sensibilities by combining elements of Jimi Hendrix, The Pixies, Tom Waits and even Johnny Cash in his music.

Z2 Entertainment is proud to present The Werks & Good Gravy at the Fox Theatre on Wednesday, October 3rd. Tickets go on sale today- Friday, August 24th for $8.00.

Z2 Entertainment is proud to present The Devil Makes Three at the Fox Theatre on Friday, October 5th.  Tickets go on sale Friday, July 20th for $15.00 in advance and $18.00 day of show. With a slightly punky perspective on vintage American blues, The Devil Makes Three is a breath of fresh musical air on its eponymous Milan debut.

Janis Martin was one of the few female recording artists working in the male-dominated rockabilly field in the 1950s. Nicknamed “the female Elvis” for her dance moves, the Sutherland, Va. native, born in 1940, recorded a number of singles for RCA Victor and Pallette from 1956 to ’61. Her first single, “Will You Willyum” b/w “Drugstore Rock ’n’ Roll,” sold more than 750,000 copies, landing her national TV appearances. In 1960, her husband demanded she leave music.

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