The Boogie Bop Boys play music from the roots of Rock'n'Roll - music from the late
1940s & the 1950s. The songs are usually from the U S A, but some of them were written,
or covered by, UK artists like Johnny Kidd, Tommy Steele and Cliff Richard.
The Boogie Bop Boys recorded these tracks live with the Lakeside Mobile Studio..
Boogie Bop Dame - Ian Boogie’s classic Rock’n’Roll hit
- try searching for it on You Tube!
Rockabilly Risin’ - Pete Boogie’s new song
- it just sounds like an old one!
Lipstick, Powder & Paint - written by Jesse Stone
and first made famous by the wonderful Big Joe Turner in 1955!
Boney Maronie - The classic Larry Williams track,
performed by Ritchie Valens and immortalised by the Who