After their success at the “Viva Las Vegas Festival” just a few days ago, and the high tickets demand on their Costa Mesa show next 17 August, the band has added a second show to happend the previous day, 16 August.
Lee Rocker’s benefit performace for the “Sonora Vets Helping Vets” in Sonora, CA this upcoming Saturday, 14 April, has been rescheduled for Saturday, 9th June at the Municipal Park in Tuolomne City, CA.
Also, a bunch of new dates have been added to the TOUR. Stops so far scheduled include the states of Washington, Oregon, California, Maine, New Jersey, New Mexico, Missouri and Ioaw. Don’t miss Lee Rocker in a town near you!
Though the exact dates are yet to be announced, Slim Jim will appear at two festivals in late August or early September. One of them will take place in the southern French city of Tarbes and the other one will happen in Belgium, in a small city called Alleur, just outside Liege.
Stay tuned for more information!
Slim Jim Phantom and his British friends The Furious have just released a beautiful digital EP called “Live In Liverpool”.
Though it might suggest that it was recorded during a live show, it is live in the studio. Six tracks consitisting of three Stray Cats songs and three Slim Jim all-time favourites.
It is now available through all the major digital platforms.
A bunch of posts during the past few days on all the Stray Cats band members as well as on the “Viva Las Vegas – Rockabilly Weekender” anticipated a very much waited reunion. Finally, the news are all around and it is official.
Stray Cats will reunite again to perform at the “Viva Las Vegas Festival” on Saturday, 21st April 2018. Tickets can be purchased HERE. I guess we are all hoping for a World Tour.
I have just cleared the News archive, since all the set lists, past shows and releases are under the correspondant categories, so no need to saturate the page with old stuff. Now, it is time to concentrate on the present.
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!