Rockabilly Band Dublin

Live Music And DJ,Cover Bands,Themed Entertainment,1950s & Rock & Roll
Rockabilly Band Dublin
Reasons to book this ACT
  • One of Ireland’s newest and up-coming Rockabilly acts

  • Have performed live on national radio and staged multiple festivals

  • Bass Player has toured with Robbie Williams, Jamie Cullum and Eric Clapton

  • Intense, high energy and inspirational live performances

  • Based in Dublin, Ireland and available to perform at events worldwide

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This high energy Rock N Roll, Blues and Rockabilly act play music from the likes of Frank Sinatra, Amy Winehouse, Jerry Lee Lewis, Elvis Presley, Etta James, George Michael, Justin Timberlake, Kenny Rogers, Dolly Parton plus many more.

Bass player, Brandon is a former winner of “Bass Player of the Year” - Bass player magazine, and also a nominee of countless other awards such as, “Record of the week” – N.M.E, and “International artist of the year”. Known worldwide for his rockabilly, country and blues roots Brandon is one of the go to men in the music business in all areas of performing. He has perfected his craft having toured Europe, America and Asia with some house hold names such as Jerry lee Lewis, Jamie Cullum, Eric Clapton, BB king and Robbie Williams.

Lead singer, Donna started singing when she was 16 and began writing her own songs in her 20’s. She has been heavily influenced by blues, rockabilly, country and rock n roll with Elvis being her number one idol.

The  can perform as a duo or a trio act and are all well toured. Since the release of their first EP ‘Woman in Black’, they have attracted fans from all over the world. After recording their second song, ‘Beale Street’, a tour was put together for the summer of 2013. During those months, the band had label interest, management interest, performed live on national radio around Ireland, staged at the Dublin Soul Festival, Rose of Tralee Festival, The Carrickma Cross Festival, the Monaghan Blues Festival and six shows at the Cork Jazz Festival amongst countless venues in Ireland alone.

The whole affair has an old school, 1950′s vibe to it, influenced by Rock N Roll legends, but with an original and unique twist, the band pull it off with bags of vintage inspired style and charisma.

To find out more about how to book contact our team of Entertainment Experts.

Plan B – She said
Chris Issak -Blue hotel
The Beatles - Help
Frank Sinatra – That’s LIFE
Elvis - I got a Woman
Blur –Parklife
Jamie Callum – When I get famous
Tom Jones/steophonics – Mama Told me not to come
Patsy Cline – Crazy
Kenny Rogers – Gamblers
Teenage Kicks – the undertones
Frankie Lymon – why do fools fall in love
Amy whinehouse – Back to Black
Coalminers Daughter – Loretta Lynn
Little Mix – Move
Bill Haley - Rock Around The Clock
Katy perry - roar
Joe Dolan – Make me an Island
9 - 5 - Dolly parton
Dolly - Jolene
Rock and roll kids
Stand by me
Mystery train
Elvis – Bosonova Baby
That’s alright Mama
Treat me Nice - Elvis
Hit the road jack
Lucille – little Richard

The Fureys – Red Rose Café
Jsmes Brown - Ain't That a Groove
Brewing up a storm - The Stunning
Fever
Jackson
Folsom
Beatles – saw her standing there
White Stripes - Seven Nation Army
Sam Cooke - wonderful world/bring it on home
Bob Dylan - Don't Think Twice
Keith urban - Till Summer Comes Around
Nina Simone – Turn on Me
John Mayer – Slow dancing in a burning room
Bill Withers - Ain`t No Sunshine
Rolling Stones - Paint It Black
Queen - Crazy Little Thing Called Love
Nirvana - Smells Like Teen Spirit
Elton John - Your song
Cry me a river – Justin Timberlake
Husabye Mountain
Cocaine Blues – Johnny Cash
Van Morrison – Moondance
George Michael - Faith
I just wanna make love to you – Etta James
Michael Jackson - Billie Jean
Marvin Gaye - I Heard It Through the Grapevine
Creedance Clearwater Revival - Bad Moon Rising
Mamas & Papas - California Dreamin
Ritchie Valens - La Bamb

"Donna has long been known for her finely crafted writing as well as her incredible live performances, appearing at some of Ireland’s most notable festivals. Now, after numerous live interviews and being playlisted on Ireland’s RTE 1 Radio, they are at last being recognized as one of today’s most exciting new artists."

T Mak World Magazine - Toronto

"I just don't sing like Jonny Cash,' states Dubliner Donna in her track 'Woman in Black', but she does have a Cash-like, guttural quality to her vocals, which is really quite lovely."

Irish Independent News Paper

"This promising young talent has a unique sound."

The Echo NewsPaper

"Donna is the next big thing"

Louis Walsh