The Twangabillies play roots rock 'n roll
and vintage country with pride and passion.
The Twangabillies' lead singer and bass player Reed Hadley - whose main musical influences
are Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash, and Stonewall Jackson - toured the country for 14 years with
rock pioneer Bill Haley's band The Comets. Prior to the Twangabillies, Reed was the front man and
played bass for 14 years with the Double Clutchin' Weasels.
The Twangabillies' stripped-down sound is driven
by the twin guitar (Gretsch and Fender Telecaster) attack of George Cress and Bill Haynes. George's
musical resume includes the Jitter-Bops, Rick Allen and the Upsetters, and the Twang Daddies. Bill
- another Double Clutchin' Weasels' alumnus - humbly concedes to playing in bands "too important
Another former Weasel, drummer Andy Brundage, also played in the retro-rockabilly band The One-400s,
and in the Americana band the Original Suburban Cowboys.
Recent Twangabillies' appearances include the Media
Americana Roots Ramble festival and area clubs including the Brickette Lounge (West Chester, PA);
The Hunter's Den (Wilmington, DE); and The Hideaway (Claymont, DE).