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Deke Dickerson / The Raging Teens / Roy Sludge / The Alrighters
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Deke Dickerson
/ The Raging Teens / Roy Sludge / The Alrighters

Deke Dickerson The Raging Teens Roy Sludge The Alrighters

Saturday, Sep 15, 2012 9:00 PM EDT 2012-09-15T21:00
, Allston, MA
21 years and over

14.0 14.0
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Deke Dickerson is one of America's great musical treasures. As a performer, he is revered around the world as a great roots musician, singer, and all-around entertainer. He performs year round at venues all across the United States and throughout the world. As a writer, Deke has written award-winning liner notes for box sets and CD's, and writes for several guitar magazines, including Guitar Player, Vintage Guitar, Guitar World, and The Fretboard Journal. Deke also produces music in his own recording studio that have been featured in movies such as "Jackass 3D" and television shows such as "Monster Garage" and "The Rachel Maddow Show." Deke also produces his own signature guitar through the Hallmark guitar company.

The Raging Teens are turning up the heat on the burgeoning American rockabilly revival with the release of their second full-length and Rubric Records debut, ROCK 'n' ROLL PARTY (out February 20, 2001). The energetic four-piece out of Boston, Massachusetts, by way of Portsmouth, New Hampshire commands a devoted fan base throughout New England and as they learned on various nationwide tours, strong word of mouth for their excellent live shows has spread coast to coast. The Boston Globe claims that The Raging Teens "put more sweat and aggression in their songs than the standard rockabilly band," while the Boston Herald described the band's lead guitarist as "a 20-something prodigy who dresses like a debutante and plays like a demon; she can recapture the solos that Scotty Moore played with Elvis in the '50s without messing up her hair." Nifty praise for a band whose members were (except for one) all but teens themselves when they founded the band in 1997. 


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