To top it off, they have added a US date to happen on 13 August at Wolf Trap in Vienna, VA. There is no further info whether this American date will be a one-off or part of a tour.
It was highly expected but it has now been officially confirmed. Stray Cats will play three UK shows in June.
Check them as well as the rest of the tour HERE.
It will be the 21st August at Graceland Soundstage in Memphis, TN.
Presale tickets are already available as well as the full line-up for the diferent concerts to be held HERE.
A few dates after announcing their exlusive Spanish show the band has added new dates in France, Finland, Holland, Germany and Sweden, where they will wrap up their tour..
Check them all HERE.
Just a couple of days before the Swedish Midsommar, we talked with the drummer who recorded Brian Setzer’s “The Knife Feels Like Justice”, the one and only Kenny Aronoff. This man has been sitting on the drum throne behind John Fogerty for the last two decades. He first became famous by playing with John Mellencamp but after that, he has toured and recorded extensively with literally a countless number of artists in many different styles. The albums in which Kenny has participated up to date amount the unbelievable figure of 300 million copies sold, over 40 Grammy nominatios and I am pretty sure that there is no home without an album in which Kenny has not participated. His ethics, hard work and dedication had made Kenny Aronoff one of the most -if not the most- solicited and recorded drummers in history. We talked about his background, Brian Setzer, drums and a few more things in this, I hope very nice, interview.
Hello Kenny. First of all, I would like to thank you for taking your time for this interview. It is a real pleasure.
Oh, no problem. You are welcome.
On 26th December 2016 at a Seattle hotel, our friend Rajko Tolic was kind enough to sat down with BSO bass player Johnny “Spazz” Hatton and conduct an intervew for Stray Cats Collector’s.
I would like to thank both Johnny Hatton for taking the time answering to our questions and of course, to our middle men, Rajko. Without his mediation, this interview never would have happened.
Last Thursday, 24th March, we were very honoured to talk on the phone with Lee Rocker for about one hour and have this fantastic interview. I would like to thank Lee Rocker himself for calling us and Buzz Campbell, who made this possible. From the Stray Cats Collector’s desk… THANK YOU!
Now, dear readers… sit back and enjoy!