Stu Huggens Same Man, Different Time
This is Stu Huggens first recording with Lanark Records. A great fit of for the Traditional Country Vocal stylings of Stu’s singing and a label that specializes in roots music, (country, Americana, and rockabilly).
Stu found success as the founder and lead singer of the Susquehanna...View More
Linda Gail Lewis Hard Rockin Woman Vinyl LP
Lanark Records is proud to announce a vinyl record release of Linda Gail Lewis’ latest, Hard Rockin’ Woman. It continues to garner both critical and fan praise as one of her strongest releases to date with rave reviews and strong radio airplay worldwide. Produced by Quentin Jones and...View More
Danny B Harvey & Annie Marie Lewis Barbwire Heart
Danny B Harvey & Annie Marie Lewis Barbwire Heart
Danny B Harvey is best known as the guitarist for the super group HeadCat (a band he formed with Lemmy from Motorhead and Slim Jim Phantom from Stray Cats) but he was also a founding member of The Original Neo-Rockabilly band The...View More
Linda Gail Lewis Hard Rockin’ Woman
"Linda Gail Lewis knows a thing or two about Hard Rocking from years of touring and recording with her big brother, Jerry Lee Lewis! But today Linda may be better known around the world for her own legendary high energy rock and roll shows! Hard Rockin Woman, Linda’s first album on...View More
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Lanark Records is pleased to announce that its own Quentin Jones has been inducted into theRockabilly Hall of Fame, located in Nashville Tennessee. Jones is listed as a Second Generation Artist along with such roots music greats as the Stray Cats, Danny Gatton, Robert Gordon, The Rockats, The Polecats, High Noon, The Blaster, Rev Horton Heat, Big Sandy, Levi Dexter, James Intveld, Billy Burnett, Br549, Eddie Angel and many more. Second Generation artist listings are artists that have recorded or preformed post 1963.
Bob Timmers , Founder and Curator of the Official Rockabilly Hall of Fame® since 1997 said :“After the pioneers of rockabilly made their initial impact on the music scene in the '50s and early '60s, many performers have followed in their footsteps to "carry the torch." This section of the Rockabilly Hall of Fame is devoted to that "2nd Generation."
" In an ongoing effort, we will list the artists and individuals that we feel have made a significant contribution to rockabilly music in recent years.”
Along with its building in Nashville, the Rockabilly Hall of Fame is an outstanding website where people can find videos, mp3s, history, and memorabilia on their favorite roots artists. The web site ishttp://www.rockabillyhall.com/
Quentin Jones accomplishments as a guitar player, a producer, songwriter, bass player, engineer, and label owner led to his inclusion on the Second Generation list .
Jones’s latest project was producing and engineering the Linda Gail Lewis album “Hard Rockin’Woman. He wrote five of the songs and played guitar and bass trading off on both with the great Danny B Harvey. This album has revived the highest praise from publications like Mojo magazine (who gave it 5 stars) to greats like her brother, Jerry Lee Lewis.
Jones other credits include playing guitar on the1996 Robert Gordon album, “Robert Gordon” and playing guitar/engineering and co-producing the 2014 Robert Gordon album “I’m Coming Home”
He has also worked on three albums from rock and roll pioneer Charlie Gracie, including 2001’s “I’m Alright” which Jones produced and engineered. Jones also played guitar and bass on this album. Jones went on to co-produce with legend AL Kooper and co engineered Charlie’s 2012 album “For the Love of Charlie” which was released by ABKCO Records. Jones wrote many of the songs on this album and on 2016s Charlie Gracie album “Angel on my Shoulder”.
Jones is the guitar player, producer and main songwriter for the Reach Around Rodeo Clowns, a band that brought rockabilly strong notice in the north east USA and put a new twist on the sound. The “Clowns” were tweeted about by the great writer Stephen King and have had press in major publications, and are played heavily on radio and streaming sites. Their music has been used in many indie films. They have released six full albums and continue to record and play live shows.
Jones’s songs have been covered by many artists including the Stray Cat, Lee Rocker, Charlie Gracie, The Rockats and others. Along with Linda Gail Lewis, Gordon, Gracie, and the Clowns, Jones producing credits include such artists as Tommy Conwell, Nick Kane, The Rockats, Dr Hamoinca and Rockett 88, and many more
Jones has played guitar live with Robert Gordon, The Rockats, Charlie Gracie, Linda Gail Lewis, rhythm guitar for Eddie Angel as well as Danny Harvey, and even 20 plus shows as lead guitar forPeter Noone and Herman’s Hermits and many others. At the 2014 Viva Las Vegas rockabilly festival Jones played guitar for Robert Gordon, the Rockats,The Reach Around Rodeo Clownsand joined Tim Polecat for “Make a Circuit With Me” all on the same day.
Quentin jones is endorsed by Gretsch Guitars.
Come out and celebrate the Clowns guitar player, Quentin Jones induction into the Rockabilly Hall of Fame with a special show on October 29, 2016 at Roxy and Dukes Road House in Dunellen NJ! This is a show you will remember!!!Read More
Fresh off the heels of performing at the Lancaster County Chamber of Commerce Annual Picnic, the BurliQ’s want to let everybody know that they are in the process of recording a new theme album which will delight all who hear it. Next up for the BurliQ’s is being the headline act at the Atlantic Baseball League All-Star extravaganza at the Ware center in Lancaster n July 12. This is a private event. However, the general public can get a glimpse of this new material, when they perform at Fiorentino’s Italian Restaurant at the Lancaster PA airport, outside on the deck with a runway view, on July 9 from 8 until 11PM. Come out for a night of great food and fun!Read More
If you like your rock & roll sweaty, loud, gutsy along with killer hooks, then the latest releases from Lanark Records are just what you’ve been craving. First up, The Sweet Things have been called “one of America’s greatest unsigned bands”. The members of the band bonded over their love of acts such as The Rolling Stones, The Faces, Johnny Thunders, etc. and have performed in other credible punk bands such as L.E.S. Stitches, The Sharp Lads, The Dimestore Haloes, The Dead Tricks, Stiletto, Mazard, and Tongue. Remember when rock & roll had swagger, attitude and a little dangerous? These guys revive that time with their latest Lanark Records single, “Love To Leave” as part of the label’s 52 Singles In 52 Weeks campaign and folks have already started taking notice! Steppin’ Out Magazine has named their song “Love To Leave” song of the week, gushing: “Charismatic rock band The Sweet Things is what your ears have been craving.” Indie tastemakers Faster And Louder enthuse: “The Sweet Things are a real treat for anyone who loves guitar-centric rock n' roll with a whiff of booze.” These touring veterans have already played BAM, The Lenox Lounge, Vans Warped Tour, The Grand Victory, Beast Of Bourbon, Bowery Electric, Saint Vitus, the Acheron, Webster Hall among others. Watch for more from The Sweet Things soon!
New in the Lanark singles series is Diamond Sands & The Glass Cutters and “My Baby Died”. Horns, a thumping melody and a lot of mystery surround this release. Little is really known about them and critics have wondered about how much truth is really in the folklore. Legend has it Diamond Sands was a dishwasher at The Pavilion where The Glass Cutters were scheduled to play. Diamond Sands filled in for their ailing lead singer one evening (supposedly the West Nile Virus…or maybe it was East) and it just so happenedRead More