Hillbilly Madness run amok
Called the “Motorhead of Rockabilly” by a delirious fan after a particularly raucous show in Holland, there’s nothing tentative about Cousin Harley’s pedal to the metal approach to this stripped down form of rock and roll. As Pigat notes, “Cousin Harley’s been my main project for 12 or 13 years now, and people think it’s easy to play rockabilly, but nothing could be farther from the truth. Everyone has to be on board from the first note or it just doesn’t work.” And judging from the people who drove or flew hundreds of miles to attend shows on his last European jaunt, everything’s working just fine.
Live and Obdacious
Rollick and romp in a jet-fueled rockabilly haze! These shows aren’t for the faint of heart.
You’ve been warned!
Listen to my old guitar
It's a Sin
Divorce Me C.O.D.
Noodlin’ on the news
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Canada's rockabilly heroes Cousin Harley are back with their fifth release, The Dutch Sessions, recorded direct-to-tape in the village of Schipluiden in The Netherlands, over the course of three rainy days off on their 2013 European tour. Paul Pigat, Keith Picot, and...
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Get That Bastard
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Photos by Adam PW Smith
Paul Pigat plays some amazing guitars and amps from Gretsch® Guitars
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