• Rocky Road Ramblers
  • Jonny and Lynnette have become a winning formula on the country music scene since they combined their solo careers to become a duo back in 2009 and since then have never looked back winning both solo and duo awards.

    With their passion and love for traditional country and rockabilly music The ROCKY ROAD RAMBLERS were formed.

    They initially got together for a one off show at Walesby's Golden Buckle festival in the summer of 2017 and from that performance one thing led to another and before the band knew it they found themselves on the road heading up and down the country playing venues and festivals.

    The band members are Jonny, who takes lead and harmony vocals and with his Gretsch guitar he adds rhythm and lead guitar work to their sound.

    Next up we introduce Lynnette with her double bass named 'Maybelle'. Lynnette takes care of the slappin' and a ' pluckin' of the bass notes and also shares lead and harmony vocals.

    The husband and wife team are proud to be joined by Adrian, Lynnette's younger brother, who with his slick lead guitar licks and awesome lap steel playing really brings this band to life.

    Last but by no means least sitting pretty on the drums, the girl with rhythm running through her veins we introduce Jonny's daughter Sophie.

    Playing country and rockabilly music from legends such as the grandaddy himself Hank Williams and the lively BR549 they also include sweet songs from greats such as Patsy Cline and Wanda Jackson to name just a few.

    The band are excited to be heading to Memphis in early 2019 to the legendary 'Sun Recording Studios' where they are set to record their second album. It will be a real adventure for the four to be recording where some of country music's greats have cut records like Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and not forgetting the King Elvis Presley.

    The Rocky Road Ramblers released their debut album "In The Jailhouse Now" in 2018. The title track was originally written and recorded in 1928 by the yodelling brakeman Jimmie Rodgers. It went on to be a hit for Webb Pierce in the 50's and also featured in the film 'Oh Brother Where Art Thou' in 2000 but it was after hearing a version of the song by Texas recording artist Dale Watson, that the band fell in love with the track and decided to record it themselves. The band plays the song with such energy and it is always a favourite at their live shows with Jonny Williams taking the lead vocals and rhythm guitar, Lynnette Marie slapping the double bass and adding harmony vocals, Adrian Marsh rocking the Lap Steel and lead guitar and Sophie O’ Shea keeping a solid beat on the drums.

    The band would like to thank everyone for the overwhelming response and encouragement they have received since their first performance and can't wait to see everyone on the trail.

    The Rocky Road Ramblers simply want to play their brand of music and in their own words 'have a good time all the time!'

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