Not that we want you to leave our website, but here are links to sites that one or more of us find interesting and/or useful.
Viva Las Vegas
Best lost weekend in North America.
Rockabilly Hall of Fame
The "Home of Rock 'n' Roll Music Roots". A great resource for learning more about your favorite artists, events etc.
If you don’t know of Deke you should. Besides being a great entertainer his website is chock-full-o strange tidbits, history and hardware anomalies. A great place to spend hours of your free time.
Dixie and Betty
The Dixie & Betty Show is a live, weekly web series about all things subculture! Watch hosts, Dixie Rebelle and Betty Santiago, as they interview featured guests, and showcase live bands, including Seatbelt! Every Thursday at 8pm!
Drummer extraordinaire of Royal Crown Revue and Brian Setzer Orchestra fame, Daniel Glass is an award-winning drummer, author, historian and educator. He is widely recognized as one of today's foremost authorities on classic American drumming. His website is an especially great place to learn more about the history of drums and drumming.
Is there anything more iconic in rockabilly than the Gretsch 6120? It sounds as great as it looks, and looks as good as it sounds.
DW has always made great stuff, but they really hit the mark with the Classics series. Great vintage drum sound and look without any of the vintage baggage.
Vintage Drum Guide
If you can’t resist the lure of vintage drums (I can’t) this site, along with its sister site Vintage Drum Forum is a great place to learn more before taking the plunge.
B. Noel Barr
Good music in the afternoon, tune in.