The Rockin' Rebels at Campus JAX

THE ROCKIN' REBELS ONLINE and ONSTAGE!

The Rockin' Rebels began in 1981 in Huntington Beach appealing to both rockabilly and punk fans.

They soon became a household word with teenagers all over Southern California. The first thing they did was record two singles.

The first single "She's My Angel" and their second effort called "Let's Bop" which got quite a bit of radio attention, climbing to No. 8 on KROQ.

They received extensive airplay in the U.S and Japan markets, and were rated in Music Connection Magazine as one of the top drawing attractions in the L.A Market 1982.

The Rockin Rebels were one of the strongest forces in the Rockabilly movement in all of Southern California.

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THE ROCKIN' REBELS
The Rockin' Rebels began in 1981 in Huntington Beach appealing to both rockabilly and punk fans. They soon became a household word with teenagers all over Southern California. The first thing they did was record two singles. The first single "She's My Angel" and their second effort called "Let's Bop" which got quite a bit of radio attention, climbing to No. 8 on KROQ. They received extensive airplay in the U.S and Japan markets, and were rated in Music Connection Magazine as one of the top drawing attractions in the L.A Market 1982 .The Rockin Rebels were one of the strongest forces in the Rockabilly movement in all of Southern California.

THE ROCKIN' REBELS ONLINE and ONSTAGE!

The Rockin' Rebels began in 1981 in Huntington Beach appealing to both rockabilly and punk fans.

They soon became a household word with teenagers all over Southern California. The first thing they did was record two singles.

The first single "She's My Angel" and their second effort called "Let's Bop" which got quite a bit of radio attention, climbing to No. 8 on KROQ.

They received extensive airplay in the U.S and Japan markets, and were rated in Music Connection Magazine as one of the top drawing attractions in the L.A Market 1982.

The Rockin Rebels were one of the strongest forces in the Rockabilly movement in all of Southern California.