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Page 4 -Faye Adams


Page 42 – Richard Weize Archives


Page 44 – Rhythm Riot 2016


Page 48 – Instrumentals Forever Part 7.


Page 50 – Sophisticated Ladies and/or Touch Cookies


Page 52 – Uncle Have and Mida Records


Page 63 – Usual Reviews etc.


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432 45 Varberg, Sweden

This is a summary of the latest issue –


Jimmy Williams – Page 4


Instrumentals Forever Part 6 – Page 10


Baton Rouge Blues – Page 14


US Country Shows in Sweden – Page 29?


Betsy Dawn Williams (L’il Bee Dee) – Page 38


Elvis 1954 – Page 42


Happy Harold Thaxton – Page 44?


Hemsby 57 – Page 49


Reviews – Page 54


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The latest issue of American Music is out NOW!img_0484INDEXimg_0485Elvis at the Hayrideimg_0486The Roddy Jackson storyimg_0487Instrumentals Foreverimg_0488Hemsby 56img_0489Usual Comprehensive Reviewsimg_0490Click on the image below for more info on how to order etc.AmerMusic

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Varberg, Sweden

The latest issue of American Music Magazine is out now, see below.AM Mag APR FCIndex –IMG_0259There ia an amazingly detailed article about Dave Rich –[gallery ids="8174,8175,8176"]Rhythm Riot 2015IMG_0264Instrumentals Forever – Part 4IMG_0265Ponderosa Stomp 2015IMG_0266Cash Box FlashbackIMG_0268For more information on how to order click on the image below –AmerMusic

Please let us introduce you to American Music Magazine.
We’ve been publishing hot rockin’ articles since 1979. Every issue is jam-packed with the facts on genuine rock ‘n’ roll music – our music – all accompanied by a wealth of photographs. There are in depth features on the rockin’ originators, both known and obscure, and the record labels from the golden era. Just take a look at our back issues section to see the treasure of artists who’ve graced our pages:http://www.americanmusicmagazine.com/rpmam.pdf
Our editor is Bo Berglind who was born in 1945 and lives in Varberg, Sweden. His musical tastes range from country to rhythm and blues. One day primitive rock-a-billy is Bo’s best, the next it’s rhythm & blues, teenbeat or country. His particular interest in record collecting has always been Memphis and Sun Records with Elvis and Little Richard the particular reasons to get into music. Over the year Bo’s helped gather information for releases on Bear Family, Star-Club, Classics, Spin, Hydra, Edsel, Demon, Stomper Time and many other labelsAt the bottom of the page you can see and hear some more of Bo’s key influences that helped inspire him to start his musical journey:

Bo’s contact details are:Bo Berglind; Kungsgatan 5; SE-432 45 Varberg; Sweden. email: See above.

Editorial Committee
An editorial committee which includes Kent Heineman, Claes-Hakan Olofsson and Erik Petersson ably supports Bo Berglind in the production of the magazine. They share Bo’s tastes in music although Erik has a predilection for ‘raw rockabilly’ music epitomized by the likes of Jack Earls and Link Wray. AMM also collaborates with the Tales From The Woods collective in the U.K. http://www.tftw.org.uk.
Kent Heineman
AMM publishes three issues a year (April – September – December), each with 56 pages or more in A4 size with full colour front and back covers. Although most of the reviews of the latest record releases are in Swedish, the majority of the main articles and features are invariably in English and are written by respected authorities such as Martin Hawkins and Ian Wallis, and include the best possible illustrations.
To Subscribe
Erik Petersson handles subscriptions and requests for sample copies. Please contact Erik at erik@americanmusicmagazine.com and he will advise you of the current subscription rates and the cost of a sample copy. We give prices in Swedish Krona, €, $ and £.
Erik Petersson
 UK Contact
Alternatively, if you are in the U.K. you can contact our representative there – Richard ‘Dickie’ Tapp and he will advise you of the current £ prices. You can contact Dickie at dickietapp@googlemail.com.
Back Issues:
Claes-Hakan Olofsson
Claes-Hakan Olofsson handles our vast array of back issues. Please contact Claes at claeshakanolofsson@hotmail.se and he will be pleased to help you.Claes-Hakan OlofssonWe accept Paypal payment at erik@americanmusicmagazine.comAdvertising rates can be obtained from our editor, Bo Berglind, by contacting him at the email address shown above.If you have the urge to write and/or have a fund of information concerning the music we cover, again please contact our editor, Bo Berglind.We look forward to hearing from you.
As promised here are some of Bo’s main musical influences.
Little Richard: Good Golly Miss Molly Elvis Presley: Good Rockin’ Tonight Larry Williams: High School Dance Jerry Lee Lewis: Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On Johnny Burnette: The Train Kept A Rollin’ Cliff Richard: Move It Gene Vincent: Be Bop Boogie Boy Brenda Lee: Sweet Nothin’s Hank Williams: Never Again Fats Domino: Blueberry Hill And here are ten youtube videos that Bo always enjoys watching – although he remarks that these can change from day to day, just like the weather! Howlin’ Wolf: Smoke Stack Lightning: Rock ’n’ Roll Trio: Hound Dog: Janis Martin: My Boy Elvis: Marty Robbins: Blue Spanish Eyes: Little Richard: Good Golly Miss Molly: Jerry Lee Lewis: Sweet Little Sixteen: Carl Perkins: Blue Suede Shoes: Jimmy& Johnny: Sweet Love On My Mind: Ronnie Hawkins: Who Do You Love: George Jones: Choices:
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All the UK Rock’n’Roll Gig Guide listings you need, your favourite Rock and Roll columnists, Rock and Roll CD reviews, Rock and Roll events and holidays.


The MARCH issue of UK ROCK’N’ROLL MAGAZINE is in the shops now. Main feature is GENE VINCENT – in a new feature in response to NEW fans of rock’n’roll who’ve asked if the magazine can introduce them to some of the originals, so that’s what we’ve done – the slight twist to our story are some insights from someone from a sleepy village in the midlands who once toured with Gene – Western Star recording legend VINCE EAGER. There’s also a review on THE BLUE CATS new CD/DVD which UKRNR is rather taken with. Get down your local high street (if you still have one) and pick a copy up from WH Smith. Rock On




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