Al Ferrier

Hillbilly Bop / Rock ’n’ Roll / Rockabilly

always klick on pic’s

Montgomery, Louisiana, USA

Born August 19, 1935


Info! Al Ferrier

Al Ferrier

Alfous Glenn "Al" Ferrier , Sr.

(born August 19, 1934 in Olla, Louisiana , † January 6, 2015 in Natchitoches , Louisiana) was an American country , Cajun and Rockabilly musician. His nickname is "The Cajun Rockabilly", as his music is a mix of country, Cajun music , a rockabilly influenced by Carl Perkinsrock and Swamp Blues .


Childhood and youth

In his childhood, Al Ferrier was interested in Grandpa Jones , who was then a member of the Grand Ole Opry . At the age of eleven, he started playing guitar and accompanied Brother Warren, who played Fiddle . Ferrier's parents were also very musical, because his father played Fiddle and his mother guitar. With his father and mother he visited the local Barn Dances, where he also performed. At 13, he left school without a degree to work in a sawmill. … Read the original text here >>> Al Ferrier

Al Ferrier ”The Birth of Rockabilly Goldband LP-7769 [1970]

All tracks recorded 1956

No No Baby - 1956

My Baby Done Gone Away - 1956

Let's Go Boppin’ Tonight - 1956

Honey Baby (vers. 1) - 1956

Told Her No No Baby - 1956

Honey Baby - 1956

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