2 NEW HANK ANGEL SINGLES!!! Available NOW!!!

Available NOW! 2 New Singles from Hank Angel!

Hank Angel and the Silver Bishops                                                                                   3 Song CD Single, The Early Tapes! Previously Unreleased! Recorded on Gene Vincent’s Birthday 1996, Live-Off-The-Floor, in the studio. No overdubs. With Dove Brown (Jr. Gone Wild) and Jon Card (D.O.A., SNFU, SubHumans), Barry Lindal (Cheatin’ & Hurtin’, Gasoline Redhead).

SILVER BISHOPS - SINNER CD FRONTSHank Angel and the Trounce Alley Quartet                                                                       3 Song CD Single, from the upcoming full-length gospel-billy album ‘SINNER YOU BETTER GET READY!!!‘. With the FABULOUS Trounce Alley Quartet! A collection of traditional, old-time and original gospel songs, done in Hank Angel’s trademark fast and frantic style. Tent-Revival Gospel music to make you raise your hands, feel the power in the blood and think of that church in the wildwood.

To listen, download or purchase either of these fine titles, go to: www.hankangel.bandcamp.com

First Look At The 2 New Singles!

Just finished the graphics for 2 new singles. Both will be released on April 3rd at 18th Annual The Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekender! To hear a sneak preview, go to: www.hankangel.bandcamp.com SILVER BISHOPS - SINNER CD FRONTSAnd please check out the facebook invite to the show at VLV! Hope to see y’all there! https://www.facebook.com/events/769148809829337/

RAVE REVIEW FROM GERMANY!!!

A BIG THANK YOU to Frank Bergmann in Germany, for giving the new album a     RAVE Review!  “… It has all it takes… 17 sizzling hot tunes… wailing sax…pumpin piano… revved up Rockabilly and psychobilly from it’s early days… a la Bill Haley & his Comets… Bob Dylan meets Dave Alvin… serious rocking can’t be done much better!”                Danke Frank! Ich freue mich auf die Durchführung dort eines Tages!

You can listen, download and purchase the new album – LOUD FAST & OUT OF CONTROL!!! – at www.hankangel.bandcamp.com

Frank Bergmann's Review (Germany)