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Casino Rumblers

Casino Rumblers

Casino Rumblers


Hard to pigeonhole, rockabilly / metal band from Sydney, Australia, the Casino Rumblers are: Dave Bean - vocals, bassPaul O'Conner - vocals, guitarSimon Wale - drumsChris Brasche - tromboneDave Bell - saxophone Paul and Simon are previously of the Blue Mountains rockabilly band The Psyclones, and Simon also played in Slant 6. Dave Bean and Wes have also played in The Sonic Aces, 8 Ball Baby and Me Me Me. Chris Brasche previously played in the Louisville Sluggers and Dave Bell came to the band via various jazz and swing ensembles. Read more on Last.fm
Hard to pigeonhole, rockabilly / metal band from Sydney, Australia, the Casino Rumblers are: Dave Bean - vocals, bassPaul O'Conner - vocals, guitarSimon Wale - drumsChris Brasche - tromboneDave Bell - saxophone Paul and Simon are previously of the Blue Mountains rockabilly band The Psyclones, and Simon also played in Slant 6. Dave Bean and Wes have also played in The Sonic Aces, 8 Ball Baby and Me Me Me. Chris Brasche previously played in the Louisville Sluggers and Dave Bell came to the band via various jazz and swing ensembles. Previous members of the Casino Rumblers include Eli McInnes, Heath Greentree and Kane Christensen. The Casino Rumblers have consistently toured since their beginnings five years ago, the most recent of which was a national tour across Australia supporting The Misfits. Discography: 2003 - Voodoo Doll 2006 - See How It's Gonna End 2006 - Black Holiday http://www.myspace.com/casinorumblers Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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