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A Sample of The Nervous Fellas – Rockabilly Music

This was the last Official Line-Up of The Nervous Fellas Rockabilly Band in 1991

A shout out to Mike Fury and the King Rats doing a Guana Batz tune
if you didn’t hear it then… here it is 20+ years later for ya!

The Nervous Fellas 1991 Live from the Town Pump on CBC radio

with

Billy Rogers -Drums,               
Ronnie Hayward- Doghouse Bass,
Butch Murphy -Vocals                  
Mark Twang -Guitar

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Nervous Fellas Live at the Arts Club Vancouver Canada 1991

performing an Original Nervous Fellas song
“Crazy, Alone & Blue”

Billy Rogers -Drums
Mark Twang -Guitar
Ronnie Hayward -Doghouse Bass
Shaun Butch Murphy -Vocals

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A Small Tribute To Billy Rogers R.I.P. Rockabilly Drummer Extraordinaire
born and raised in Queens, New York

Mad Man by The Nervous Fellas

Shaun Butch Murphy -Vocals
Mark Twang – Geetar
Ronnie Hayward – Doghouse Bass
John Decan – Drums

The Nervous Fellas Rockabilly Band recorded this at Blue Wave Studio Vancouver Canada, 1988

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The Nervous Fellas | Born To Be Wild

Nervous Fellas “Born to Be Wild”

Shaun Butch Murphy -Vocals
Mark Twang -Guitar
Pete Turland-Doghouse Bass
John Decan -Drums

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about The Nervous Fellas Rockabilly Band’s CD “Born to Be Wild”

or click here The Nervous Fellas  Downloadable CD

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Original Song “Wild Wild Baby”

From the East Side Label 1988
“The Other Side of Rock n Roll”
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Shaun Butch Murphy – Vocals
Mark Twang – Guitar
Ronnie Hayward – Doghouse Bass
Al Black -Drums

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Bonus:

Here is a Bonus Song  from

The Lowriders with Howard Rix & Mark Twang

A Small Tribute to Howard Rix R.I.P. Rockabilly Singer

East Van Rockabilly  – Lights Out

Howard Rix – Vocals
Mark Twang – Guitar
Rick – Bass
Brian “Hoss”- Drums

Here is a cover of “Lights Out” live at the Commodore Ballroom in Dec. 1983.