Roddy Jackson

Roddy Jackson was a piano pounding white teenager with a gravelly voice who recorded three singles in the late fifties for the Specialty label, a company that had only a handful of white artists under contract. Sometimes referred to as the Jerry Lee Lewis of the West Coast, he is one of the last true Rockabilly pioneers performing today, electrifying the stage on piano & tenor sax like a rock & roll wildman.

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