In the early 1950s there was heavy competition among area bands playing an audience-savvy mix of covers, original songs, and hillbilly flavored blues.
The bonus setlist consists of bands formed by Harmonix employees as well as local bands from near Harmonix's headquarters in , or from.
The group was founded by bassist Nikki Sixx and drummer Tommy Lee, lead singer Vince Neil and lead guitarist Mick Mars.
In 1983, recorded a rockabilly album titled.
Factors contributing to this decline are usually cited as the 1959 death of in an airplane crash along with and , the induction of Elvis Presley into the in 1958, and a general change in American musical tastes.
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Many of his songs were in blues form, while others took the form of folk ballads, parlor songs, or waltzes.