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THE STRAY CATS Release New Live Album ‘Rocked This Town: From LA To London’ This Friday And Share Q&A

DATE: SEPTEMBER 9, 2020
FROM: MITCH SCHNEIDER/MARCEE RONDAN
THE STRAY CATS
SET TO RELEASE
NEW LIVE ALBUM
‘ROCKED THIS TOWN: FROM LA TO LONDON’
ON SEPTEMBER 11
AND SHARE Q&A
The STRAY CATSthis week release their live album ROCKED THIS TOWN: FROM LA TO LONDON. Available Friday,September 11 via Surfdog Records and distributed by BMG (CD, vinyl, digital), this collection of 23 tracks recorded during the band’s critically acclaimed 40th Anniversary Tour in 2019 combines their unparalleled virtuosity and red-hot rock & roll spirit, all raw and completely live–the way it was played on sweaty stages around the world. Read the band Q&A below, view the album trailer hereand click hereto pre-order the album.
ROCKED THIS TOWN: FROM LA TO LONDON was produced by the multi-platinum band’s guitarist/vocalist Brian Setzer, upright bass player Lee Rocker and drummer Slim Jim Phantom–original founding members of the iconic American rock and roll trio–and mixed by Vance Powell (Jack White, Chris Stapleton, Arctic Monkeys). The album’s career-spanning track listing (below) features their greatest hits as well as several brand-new scorchers from last year’s 40, the band’s first new album in 26 years.
THE STRAY CATS:
Q&A
WITH BRIAN SETZER, LEE ROCKER AND SLIM JIM PHANTOM
ABOUT THEIR NEW ALBUM
‘ROCKED THIS TOWN: FROM LA TO LONDON’
You guys know how to capture lightning in a bottle, and the audiences are with you the whole way. What’s the secret to delivering a great Stray Cats show?
BRIAN: The first thing I noticed last summer was that we had spread out on stage.  I guess over the years, as the crowds got bigger, we spread out more.  I discovered we needed to be close together like we were still playing in our garages.  That really brought the band back together. As long as we’re within an ear-shot and eye-shot of each, the magic just happens.
LEE: The secret of the Stray Cats is that every time we hit the stage, it’s with 110% laser focus. Brian, Jim and I challenge each other every night to raise the bar and rock harder! 
JIM: The secret of a great Cats show is keeping it rocking and relaxed all at once which is the hardest thing for any band to do, especially in a fast-paced musical style like rockabilly where there’s a fine line between being wild and rocking and being out of control. We’ve done so many shows and know each other so well as musicians that everyone is on the same wavelength with knowing when to let it loose and when to hold it back just a little–that’s what makes any band good. As a band you need to steer the audience and keep them with you all at once–you can’t just go out there and wear everybody out right away!
The track selection on the album adds up to a greatest hits collection and a whole lot more. How do you feel it represents the legacy of The Stray Cats?
BRIAN: Even after a two-and-a half month tour, we barely made a scratch in the amount of cities that you can visit.  I feel we definitely needed a live album so that people who couldn’t make our shows could get to experience a Stray Cats show.  I realized that besides the songs from our new album 40, people were singing along with practically every song.  This represented to me that the Stray Cats were much more than hit records.  We had created life-long fans.
LEE: This live record really captures what we are about. It’s our best songs played with sweat, passion and attitude. It’s the soundtrack of my life.
JIM: We opened the show with “Cat Fight” which is a new song–that sets the tone right away that this is not just some oldies, greatest hits gig. We felt it was very important to have new songs for the tour, and then to open the show with a brand new one is a pretty bad ass move if you ask me–everybody knows the hits are coming, the fun is how you get there.
40 years on, what have you guys learned about each other musically? The band’s chemistry is undeniable, as this live album proves.
BRIAN: Stray Cats play with a lot of dynamics.  This comes from watching each other and listening to each other play onstage.  This can only come from a band that has been together for a long time.  And from guys who grew up on the same block.  I love playing with the boys, and you’ll love listening to this album.
LEE: The Stray Cats are ALL about the chemistry between us. Every night it’s different, every time we hit the stage and play “Rock This Town” or “Stray Cat Strut.” It’s different and unique. It’s the magic, it’s the secret, it’s what make us the Stray Cats.
JIM: Personally, I keep learning how good the other two are! They play so well and I get to listen to it every night–I’m still super into it! We’ve spent a big chunk of our lives doing music together, going back 40 years and if you count Lee and I practicing just the bass and drums back in the garage in Massapequa [Long Island, New York] since the 8th grade, it’s even more time than that. We had an undeniable chemistry immediately way back then, and we’ve really embraced it and worked on it so that by now, it just comes out that way!
Tracklisting:
1. CAT FIGHT (OVER A DOG LIKE ME)
2. RUNAWAY BOYS
3. TOO HIP, GOTTA GO
4. DOUBLE TALKIN’ BABY
5. THREE TIME’S A CHARM
6. STRAY CAT STRUT
7. MEAN PICKIN’ MAMA
8. GENE & EDDIE
9. CRY BABY
10. I WON’T STAND IN YOUR WAY
11. CANNONBALL RAG
12. MISIRLOU
13. WHEN NOTHING’S GOING RIGHT
14. (SHE’S) SEXY + 17
15. BRING IT BACK AGAIN
16. MY ONE DESIRE **
17. BLAST OFF
18. LUST ‘N’ LOVE
19. FISHNET STOCKINGS
20. ROCK THIS TOWN
21. ROCK IT OFF
22. BUILT FOR SPEED
23. RUMBLE IN BRIGHTON
**On LP and digital only

Photo credit: Suzie Kaplan

The Stray Cats from L-R: Brian Setzer, Slim Jim Phantom, Lee Rocker,
By Russ Harrington
About The STRAY CATS:
The STRAY CATS, the band that put Rockabilly music back on the record charts in the early ’80s, scored several big hits on both sides of the Atlantic thanks to a striking visual 1950’s style brought “up to date” with exaggerated pompadours and colorful tattoos and as well as genuine musical chops that evoked the best players of rockabilly’s original heyday. Formed by guitarist/vocalist Brian Setzer, upright bass player Lee Rocker and drummer Slim Jim Phantom in the Long Island town of Massapequa, NY, in 1979, the trio shared a love for Rockabilly music. After banging around New York for a few months, in the summer of 1980, and seeing a pompadoured kid on the cover of UK magazine NME, they hopped a plane to London where a rockabilly revival movement was just beginning to emerge. Their massive hits and videos include “Runaway Boys,” “Rock This Town,”“Stray Cat Strut” “(She’s) Sexy + 17,” and “I Won’t Stand in Your Way.”
For more information on TheSTRAY CATS, visit:
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Marcee Rondan│[email protected]

 

THE STRAY CATS Set To Release New Live Album ‘Rocked This Town: From LA To London’ On September 11

 

 
DATE: JULY 17, 2020
 
FROM: MITCH SCHNEIDER/MARCEE RONDAN
 

 

 
 
THE STRAY CATS
SET TO RELEASE NEW LIVE ALBUM
‘ROCKED THIS TOWN: FROM LA TO LONDON’
ON SEPTEMBER 11
 
 
 
ROCKED THIS TOWN: FROM LA TO LONDON is the name of the upcoming live album by The STRAY CATS. Available September 11 via Surfdog Records and distributed by BMG (CD, vinyl, digital), this collection of 23 tracks recorded during the band’s critically acclaimed 40th Anniversary Tour in 2019 combines their unparalleled virtuosity and red-hot rock & roll spirit, all raw and completely live–the way it was played on sweaty stages around the world. View the album trailer here and click here to pre-order the album.
 
The live album was produced by the multi-platinum band’s guitarist/vocalist Brian Setzer, upright bass player Lee Rocker and drummer Slim Jim Phantom–original founding members of the iconic American rock and roll trio–and mixed by Vance Powell (Jack White, Chris Stapleton, Arctic Monkeys).The album’s career-spanning track listing (below) features their greatest hits as well as several brand-new scorchers from last year’s 40, the band’s first new album in 26 years.
 
40 kicked the door open on a fiery new chapter in The STRAY CATS’ career. It entered the charts at #1 on the Current Rock chart; #3 on the Indie chart; and #5 on the Billboard Album Sales chart. This marked the group’s highest entries since 1983’s Built For Speed, which was released 36 years ago. American Songwriter declared “The Stray Cats remain a well-oiled machine, as super charged in 2019 as they were 40 years earlier (5/21/19), while All Music noted: “Comfortable in their skin and still intoxicated by a big rockabilly beat, the Stray Cats sound vigorous and sly…(5/24/19).”
 
On the live front, The STRAY CATS performed overseas shows last June and July and then toured America from August 2-September 1 (presented by SiriusXM). As Newsday (New York) noted,“All three are now virtuosos on their instruments, with Rocker and Phantom weaving together intricate rhythms while Setzer delivers wild guitar solos. And Setzer’s rockabilly croon has only deepened and improved with age, as he showed on their breakout hit ‘Stray Cat Strut’ and a gorgeous version of ‘I Won’t Stand in Your Way.’ The simplicity of their setup makes what they do with songs like ‘Rock This Town,’ which becomes an epic anthem live with solos from Setzer and Rocker, all the more stunning” (8/3/19).
 
Tracklisting:
1. CAT FIGHT (OVER A DOG LIKE ME)
2. RUNAWAY BOYS
3. TOO HIP, GOTTA GO
4. DOUBLE TALKIN’ BABY
5. THREE TIME’S A CHARM
6. STRAY CAT STRUT
7. MEAN PICKIN’ MAMA
8. GENE & EDDIE
9. CRY BABY
10. I WON’T STAND IN YOUR WAY
11. CANNONBALL RAG
12. MISIRLOU
13. WHEN NOTHING’S GOING RIGHT
14. (SHE’S) SEXY + 17
15. BRING IT BACK AGAIN
16. MY ONE DESIRE **
17. BLAST OFF
18. LUST ‘N’ LOVE
19. FISHNET STOCKINGS
20. ROCK THIS TOWN
21. ROCK IT OFF
22. BUILT FOR SPEED
23. RUMBLE IN BRIGHTON
 
**On LP and digital only
 
 
   
Photo credit: Suzie Kaplan
 
 
The Stray Cats from L-R: Brian Setzer, Slim Jim Phantom, Lee Rocker,
By Russ Harrington
 
 
About The STRAY CATS:
The STRAY CATS, the band that put Rockabilly music back on the record charts in the early ’80s, scored several big hits on both sides of the Atlantic thanks to a striking visual 1950’s style brought “up to date” with exaggerated pompadours and colorful tattoos and as well as genuine musical chops that evoked the best players of rockabilly’s original heyday. Formed by guitarist/vocalist Brian Setzer, upright bass player Lee Rocker and drummer Slim Jim Phantom in the Long Island town of Massapequa, NY, in 1979, the trio shared a love for Rockabilly music. After banging around New York for a few months, in the summer of 1980, and seeing a pompadoured kid on the cover of UK magazine NME, they hopped a plane to London where a rockabilly revival movement was just beginning to emerge. Their massive hits and videos include “Runaway Boys,” “Rock This Town,” “Stray Cat Strut” “(She’s) Sexy + 17,” and “I Won’t Stand in Your Way.”
 
For more information on The STRAY CATS, visit:
 
Press Releases + Assets:
 
 
For press inquiries, contact SRO PR:  
Mitch Schneider│mschneider@sropr.com
Marcee Rondan│marcee@sropr.com
 
 

 

STRAY CATS Release New Video for “Desperado”

 
DT:      SEPTMBER 19, 2019
 
FM:     MITCH SCHNEIDER/MARCEE RONDAN/ANDREA FAULK
 
 
 
THE STRAY CATS
RELEASE NEW VIDEO FOR
“DESPERADO,”
THE LATEST TRACK FROM
’40,’
THEIR FIRST NEW ALBUM IN 26 YEARS
ON SURFDOG RECORDS
 
 
 
The STRAY CATSBrian Setzer (guitar, vocals), Lee Rocker (bass, vocals) and Slim Jim Phantom (drums, vocals)–came back strong this year with red-hot shows and the critically acclaimed 40. It’s their first new album in 26 years and one celebrating the iconic American rock and roll trio’s 40th anniversary. Issued by Surfdog Records and distributed by BMG (CD, vinyl, digital), the album spun off four singles: Cat Fight (Over A Dog Like Me),” “Rock It Off,” “Cry Danger” and the latest, “Desperado,” described by the Washington Post as an “instrumental that could have been plucked from one of Clint Eastwood’s spaghetti westerns” (5/21/19).
 
“Reverb and tape delay–I love those two sounds,” says Setzer about “Desperado.” I was thinking of a Clint Eastwood movie. He’s in the desert waiting for someone to come over that he could shoot.” The recently released “Desperado” video blends scenes from vintage spaghetti western films and old beach movies for a crazy-fun pop culture mash-up. View the video here.
 
“I think Brian keeps in mind what everyone’s strengths are,” Slim Jim Phantom told Newsday (5/14/19) about the material on 40. “There’s one track that I was very flattered to hear he wrote for me called ‘Three Times a Charm’ and it was very much him imagining me doing the thing like Gene Vincent had Dickie Harrell do, where the drums answer the singing and part of the riff is the drum part.”
 
40, released May 24, entered the charts at #1 on the Current Rock chart; #3 on the Indie chart; and #5 on the Billboard Album Sales chart. This marks the group’s highest entries since 1983’s Built For Speed, which was released 36 years ago. American Songwriter declared “The Stray Cats remain a well-oiled machine, as super charged in 2019 as they were 40 years earlier (5/21/19), while All Music noted“Comfortable in their skin and still intoxicated by a big rockabilly beat, the Stray Cats sound vigorous and sly…(5/24/19).”
 
On the live front, The Stray Cats toured America from August 2-September 1 (presented by SiriusXM) on the heels of June and July overseas shows. The seeds for the reunion were planted in April 2018 when the Stray Cats performed at the Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekend festival. As Lee Rocker told the Washington Post (5/21/19), recalling the moments waiting in the wings before the band walked onstage: “It was just me, Brian and Jim. ‘C’mon Everybody’ on the sound system and 20,000 people and the sound of that crowd. That was really something that I won’t forget. And I don’t even know what it was. But it definitely hit me. It was one of those moments that you know you just swallow and you go, ‘Wow.'”
 
Here are some of the critical accolades the band received from various publications about their blazing U.S. dates:
 
 
 
 
“The beauty of this band is, even their new songs sound old. That’s always been by design. So those brand new tracks fit right into the set with ease.”
–Brett Callwood, LA Weekly, 8/30/19
 
  
“It’s was definitely a swingin’, rockin’, and shoutin’ of a good time as the sensational, iconic and legendary band the Stray Cats prowled their way to the Greek Theatre on Wednesday night. It’s been a long 40 years since they dropped their first album, In no way, shape or form are the Stray Cats showing any signs of slowing down…”
–Daniel Seyum, Music Connection, 8/30/19
 
 
 
 
“All three are now virtuosos on their instruments, with Rocker and Phantom weaving together intricate rhythms while Setzer delivers wild guitar solos. And Setzer’s rockabilly croon has only deepened and improved with age, as he showed on their breakout hit ‘Stray Cat Strut’ and a gorgeous version of ‘I Won’t Stand in Your Way.’ The simplicity of their setup makes what they do with songs like ‘Rock This Town,’ which becomes an epic anthem live with solos from Setzer and Rocker, all the more stunning.”
–Glenn Gamboa, Newsday (New York), 8/3/19
 
  
“Thanks to Setzer’s wide-ranging guitar vocabulary, the trio has added more ‘abillies’ – jazzabilly, bluesabilly, twangabilly, punkabilly, boogieabilly, surfabilly, swingabilly, even bluegrassabilly. At times Setzer, like Chuck Berry, would switch styles of music in mid-solo Sunday. He truly cut loose on the extended ‘Fishnet Stockings,’ fingers going full speed up and down the fretboard, downshifting to descending lines, jamming in any direction he wanted and, of course, giving Rocker and Phantom moments to solo…
–Jon Bream, Star Tribune (Minneapolis), 8/19/19
 
 
 
“The Stray Cats still have the same pedal-to-the-metal energy as ever…Judging from the band’s interaction with each other and the fans, the Stray Cuts were having big fun on the prowl. Notable was Setzer’s guitar playing. Shining through were the subtleties of his jazz and swing-based solo career. Between the straightforward, blues-rooted pentatonic scale, Setzer went beyond his descending fretboard flourishes and tremolo bar bends with jazz runs that rivaled Django Reinhardt.”
— Jeff Elbel, Big Takeover, 8/19/19
 
  
“What’s most striking is that Setzer, Rocker, and Phantom are each masters of their own domain. You can’t get enough of Setzer’s sterling-silver, economical turns when a valley opens up. He rips through each stanza, dropping jaws with a wink and a smile. Phantom, of course, standing behind a small kit, muscles the beat poppin’ without reservation or nonsense. Rocker plays the perfect the counterpart, plucking his standup bass with rigid authority and measured flexibility.”
–Shawn Perry, Vintage Rock, 9/2/19
 
 
 
 
The Stray Cats from L-R: Lee Rocker, Brian Setzer, Slim Jim Phantom
By Russ Harrington
 
 
About The STRAY CATS:
The STRAY CATS, the band that put Rockabilly music back on the record charts in the early ’80s, scored several big hits on both sides of the Atlantic thanks to a striking visual 1950’s style brought “up to date” with exaggerated pompadours and colorful tattoos and as well as genuine musical chops that evoked the best players of rockabilly’s original heyday. Formed by guitarist/vocalist Brian Setzer, upright bass player Lee Rocker and drummer Slim Jim Phantom in the Long Island town of Massapequa, NY, in 1979, the trio shared a love for Rockabilly music. After banging around New York for a few months, in the summer of 1980, and seeing a pompadoured kid on the cover of UK magazine NME, they hopped a plane to London where a rockabilly revival movement was just beginning to emerge. Their massive hits and videos include “Runaway Boys,” “Rock This Town,” “Stray Cat Strut” “(She’s) Sexy + 17,” and “I Won’t Stand in Your Way.”
 
 
For more information on The STRAY CATS, visit:
 
Press Releases + Assets:
 
 
For press inquiries, contact SRO PR:  
Mitch Schneider│mschneider@sropr.com
Marcee Rondan│marcee@sropr.com
Andrea Faulk │ afaulk@sropr.com (tour press)
 
 

 

The Stray Cats To Perform August 2 Intimate Hometown Show In Long Island, New York for SiriusXM

 
 

 

 
 
 
 
 
SIRIUSXM PRESENTS A HOMETOWN CONCERT WITH
THE STRAY CATS ON AUGUST 2
 
Band Returns to Revolution in Long Island, NY for the First Time in 40 Years to Take the Stage for SiriusXM Subscribers
 
Show kicks off band’s 40th Anniversary U.S. Tour
 

Special, invitation-only concert, to air on SiriusXM channels: Outlaw Country, Little Steven’s Underground Garage and 1st Wave

 

 
NEW YORK–June 27, 2019- SiriusXM announced today that the iconic and acclaimed American rock and roll trio, The Stray Cats, will perform an intimate invitation-only show for SiriusXM subscribers on Friday, August 2 near the band’s hometown of Massapequa, New York on Long Island, where they first formed in 1979. This performance–which will kick-start their much-anticipated 40th anniversary U.S. tour–marks the first time the trio will take the stage at Revolution Bar & Grill for a show after unsuccessfully auditioning at the venue 40 years ago.
 
“In 1977, we auditioned at the Revolution (formerly Past Times Pub) down the road from our house, and didn’t get the gig,” said The Stray Cats. “Now we’re finally coming back!”
 
The special performance for SiriusXM will feature The Stray Cats performing fan favorites from their illustrious 40-year career, as well as new songs off the critically acclaimed new album, 40, their first new music in 26 years via Surfdog Records with distribution by BMG. 
 
The band’s original founding members Brian Setzer, Lee Rocker and Slim Jim Phantom will perform this special concert airing on SiriusXM’s Outlaw Country (channel 60), Little Steven’s Underground Garage (channel 21) 1st Wave (channel 33) and on the SiriusXM app.
 
SiriusXM subscribers will have the opportunity to win tickets to this private SiriusXM performance through an invitation sent by e-mail to qualified subscribers who have consented to e-mail marketing from SiriusXM and who have registered their music interests with us at siriusxm.com/perks. Additionally, subscribers since June 13, 2019 will be able to enter for the chance to win a trip for two to Massapequa, NY including airfare, hotel stay, and a pair of tickets to SiriusXM Presents The Stray Cats at Revolution in Long Island. See Official Rules for complete details at siriusxm.com/StrayCats
 
SiriusXM subscribers will be able to listen on SiriusXM radios, and those with streaming access can listen online, on-the-go with the SiriusXM mobile app and at home on a wide variety of connected devices including smart TVs, Amazon Alexa devices, Apple TV, PlayStation, Roku, Sonos speakers, and more. Go to www.SiriusXM.com/streaming to learn more.
 
 
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About The STRAY CATS:
The STRAY CATS, the band that put Rockabilly music back on the record charts in the early ’80s, scored several big hits on both sides of the Atlantic thanks to a striking visual 1950’s style brought “up to date” with exaggerated pompadours and colorful tattoos and as well as genuine musical chops that evoked the best players of rockabilly’s original heyday. Formed by guitarist/vocalist Brian Setzer, upright bass player Lee Rocker and drummer Slim Jim Phantom in the Long Island town of Massapequa, NY, in 1979, the trio shared a love for Rockabilly music. After banging around New York for a few months, in the summer of 1980, and seeing a pompadoured kid on the cover of UK magazine NME, they hopped a plane to London where a rockabilly revival movement was just beginning to emerge. Their massive hits and videos include “Runaway Boys,” “Rock This Town,” “Stray Cat Strut,” “(She’s) Sexy + 17,” and “I Won’t Stand in Your Way.”
 
 
 
For more information on The STRAY CATS, visit:
MSO Press Releases + Assets:
 
 
 
 
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For Stray Cats press inquiries, contact SRO PR:
Mitch Schneider│mschneider@msopr.com
Marcee Rondan│marcee@msopr.com
Andrea Faulk │ afaulk@msopr.com (tour press)

 

 

 

 
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