|Shaking Silhouets & Pipeline '61
Belief and dedication are the only ingredients a band needs when playing rockabilly and rock 'n' roll music. The Shaking Silhouets from Holland are definitely dedicated and they do believe in true rockabilly and rock 'n' roll in it's original form. Every band has their own style of playing and each individual member has his own different influences which together make up their own brand of rock 'n' roll. In this case The Shaking Silhouets have combined a mixture of skiffle, rockabilly and rock 'n' roll, thus developing into a blend of seventies British rockabilly with a difference. De band have played mayor concerts in Europe and in their homeland The Netherlands, where they very popular and have strong following. Rock 'n' roll isn't dead or languishing, it's alive, and continues to flourish well over forty years from it's birth in the fifties, it will never die and with the release of their debut album 'Silhouet Rock' on Rockhouse Records, I'm sure The Shaking
Silhouets will gain success all over Europe and at the same time adding their contribution to that remarkable music known as "Rock 'n' Roll". Stay wild and keep rockin'! Wild Bob Burgos, 1991
In 1996, when the Shaking Silhouets had fallen to pieces, two drivin' members of the band, Haico and Harry, decided they just had to go on making their own great rockabilly music. This emerged into the forming of Pipeline '61. With some new members and a lot of good faith, they released their first 45 EP on their own label "Pipeline Records" that same year.
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