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By IH Friday 02 November 2012 Updated: 08/11 11:50
VOODOO soaked rock and roll will be on the menu when Vince Ray and the Boneshakers rocks into Vault Rugby on Saturday (November 10).
Vince is known equally for his artwork which has adorned album covers by the likes of The Damned and T-Shirts, and posters for international festivals such as Viva Las Vegas and Inkfest, as he is for his music.
He describes his sound as Eddie Cochran colliding with Motorhead featuring weird and twisted tales of foxy femme fatales, hell bent hot rod races and B movie horror soundtracks.
Vince Ray and the Boneshakers have shared stages with big names on the punk, rockabilly and psychobilly scenes, including The Stray Cats and The Reverend Horton Heat, and have released three albums on Raucous Records - Boneshaker Baby, Zombie Radio and The Sound Effect of Sex and Horror.
They are joined at the Vault, which marks Rugby-based promoters Clarendon Music's first birthday - by psychobillies The Marksmen, fresh from their support slot with The Meteors, Leamington-based rockabillies The Scatsville Busters and Coventry punks The Army of Skanks.
Tickets are available in advance from www.clarendonmusic.bigcartel.com or in person from Vault priced at £10, or £12 on the night. Doors open at 8pm.
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