Rockabilly was born in 1950s America, had a revival in the 1970s and an exhibition shows that it still refuses to die today.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 14 april 2011

Rockabilly was born in 1950s America, had a revival in the 1970s and still refuses to die today. With pictures taken from a rockabilly rave at Camber Sands and Bisley’s Hot Rod Hayride, photographer Andrew Shaylor’s lovingly curated exhibition celebrates the contemporary rockabilly look and lifestyle. Rockin’ (The Rockabilly Scene) runs from 11 April to 15 May at London’s National Theatre.

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