I just joined a 3 piece Rockabilly group a couple weeks ago. Its great. The leader/singer/guitarist has got the genre nailed. The chops, the style everything. His gritty voice and a little distortion on the guitar really give the music an "edge" and keeps from being too cornball. The great thing is that music is very danceable and has a nice little niche that seems to be somewhat untapped. There are alot of classic rock cover bands out there and this is something different. Besides which, I always found it difficult to find classic rock songs to cover that are really appealing to dance to. And those that are danceable are played by many classic rock cover bands. One challenge with the rockabilly thing is that many songs share the same "boogie woogie" bassline. I'm setting out to rectify that in my band to keep it fresh. Some songs really need it though. Here's the start of our setlist... 1. I fought the law - Buddy Holly 2. that's alright mama - Elvis / Carl Perkins 3. 20 flight rock - eddie cochran 4. say mama - gene vincent 5. cocaine blues - Johnny Cash 6. folsom prison - Johnny Cash 7. rumble -Link Wray 8. misrilou - Dick Dale 9. little sister - Elvis 10. secret agent man - Johnny Rivers 11. rock this town - Stray Cats 12. summertime blues - Eddie Cochran 13. love potion #9 - ? 14. pipeline - The Ventures 15. blue suede shoes - carl perkins 16. rubber neckin' - Elvis 17. memphis tennesee - Elvis / Carl Perkins 18. who do you love - Bo Diddley / G. Thoroughgood 19. carol - chuck berry 20.laudy miss claudy - the buckinghams / elvis 21. ramblin' man - waylon jennings 22. mystic eyes - them 23. baby, please dont go - them 24. born on the bayou - ccr 25. honey don't - Beatles / ? 26. get rhythm - Johnny Cash Anyone have suggestions for other songs we can add? Anyone have experience in a Rockabilly band that they would like to share?