British rockabilly guitarist and singer Darrel Higham has returned with new album Hell’s Hotel, and take it from us, it’s a must-listen! Higham found himself at a personal and professional crossroads following the split from his wife and musical partner Imelda May in 2015. With no label or management to answer to, Higham turned his
During the 2017 NAMM Show in Anaheim, Calif., Gretsch hosted a Tribute Concert honoring Duane Eddy and Cliff Gallup with special performances by Eddy himself, Jeff Beck, Darrel Higham, Paul Pigat & Cousin Harley. "I wish Cliff could have been here," says Eddy in the exclusive Gretsch video clip below. "It would have meant a
“I lit the fuse – I’ll let the rest of the bomb go off now,” said Gretsch artist Paul Pigat of Cousin Harley after his opening and blistering rockabilly set at Thursday night’s Duane Eddy and Cliff Gallup Tribute Concert in Santa Ana, Calif. The rest of the bomb being of course, the King of
Photo courtesy of MusicRadar/ © Simon Lees/Future U.K. rockabilly guitarist Darrel Higham recently caught up with MusicRadar to dish on some of his favorite rockabilly albums. In the article, Higham also talked about returning to his three-piece roots and his new upcoming solo album. Expected out in January 2017, Hell’s Hotel features a slew of
Gretsch enjoyed some more TV time last night with an outstanding spot in Sky 1's Welsh comedy Stella, starring Ruth Jones. In the Feb. 23 episode during the funeral service for "Daddy,' Robert Plant is introduced rather dismissively as Mr. Rubber. The audience is quick to realize, however, it's actually the Led Zeppelin singer, who
Dublin-born rockabilly singer Imelda May's new album Tribal recently debuted at number one and number three on the Irish and British Charts respectively. Check out the new music video for its single "Wild Woman," featuring Gretsch artist Darrel Higham rocking his Gretsch Custom Shop G6120.