Chuck Berry

Im sure you will of all by now heard the sad news of the death of the legend Chuck Berry. This week we decided we would share some of his greatest songs and one of the many covers by other artists of his songs. He also has a new album coming out on the 16th of June called “CHUCK”.

Kicking things off here is his most famous:


Heres one of his more cheeky numbers:


Heres a song which certainly “inspired” a certain Beach Boys song :

Heres the one and only  JD McPherson’s cover of Carol:


The ReChords – Don’t Know Much – Self Released

Melbourne’s much loved trio The ReChords have released an outstanding single.

A snappy up to date song with real commercial appeal and perfect harmony. Its nice to see progression and modernisation in the Rockabilly scene.

They have the classic style and instrumentation with modern production and writing. We would love to see them continue down this path.

In our opinion completely under rated.

The release is accompanied by a simple yet super effective clean video. – Website

Recording Quality (out of ten): 10 

Authenticity (out of ten): 8

Songwriting (out of ten): 9 

Enjoyment (out of ten): 10 

Overall Score (out of 40): 37




Exposed – Vintage Music Blog

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Welcome to Exposed the Vintage Music Blog !!

We specialise in reviewing the best new music in vintage styles such as:

  • Rockabilly
  • 50’s Style Rock N Roll
  • Swing & Jive
  • Western Swing
  • Merseybeat
  • 50’s and 60’s Style Country

We aim to give our honest opinion on all releases. We want to help give any vintage music fanatic a true idea of whats available.We have created a rating system to help you get an idea of how an album sounds:

It will look like this:

Recording Quality (out of ten):

Authenticity (out of ten):

Songwriting (out of ten):

Enjoyment (out of ten):

Overall Score (out of 40):

35-40 = Gold Award

An outstanding release. Superstar/Superstars of vintage music in our eyes.

30-34 = Silver Award

A great release.

25-29 = Bronze Award

An release worth listening to. Usually up and coming newer acts with a few little problems to iron out.