The Wolverhinos

The Wolverhinos

Oliver Rheene: Vocals, Acoustic and Electric Guitar
Shawn Mac Wyre: Vocals, Electric Guitar
Ray Black: Upright Bass
Raw Byrd: Drums
Home: Germany
Record Label: Catty Town Records
Musicstyle: Modern Rockabilly
Booking: mail(at)

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The fifties were one of the most important decades in human history.Young people danced, dreamed and loved, enjoying the excitement of Rockabilly, Country and Blues, while the economy flourished, the cold war started and the modern human society had its first contacts with extraterrestrial beings.

Today, hardly anyone listening to modern artists like Robyn, Led Zeppelin or Miley Cyrus is aware of the fact that some of their favourite songs were written back then. Being deprived of their original meaning, watered-down for commercial purposes and their message distorted, these songs are biding their time as a caricature of the original idea.
But don’t despair, for redemption is nigh.The Wolverhinos painstakinglyresearch the original versions of recent hits, thus being able to play them as they were meant to be, juicy, crispy, spicy and in a major key.
Singer Oliver Rheene has assembled an international, high-caliber team, supporting him in this noble task: Flown in from Canada is passionate guitarist and singer Shawn Mac Wyre,on upright bass the legendary rockabilly producer Ray Blackand seated at the drums no one else but the versatile, yet dead reliable Raw Byrd.

  1. Love Runs Out
  2. Budapest
  3. Rock and Roll
  4. Blame It On The Boogie
  5. Ace of Spades
  6. Don't Turn Around
  7. Whole Lotta Love
  8. Big Yellow Taxi
  9. Stolen Dance
  10. Call Me Maybe
  11. Let's Dance
  12. No No No
  13. Wrecking Ball
  14. Dancing On My Own