"The Hellzaboppers" use an eclectic mix of country, R&B, swing, doo-wop, rock, punk, surf, traditional rockabilly, or, whatever other styles, to serve their needs. They incorporate these influences into something fresh, but still undeniably, "rockabilly."
Strollers will enjoy, the title cut, "Lil' Swamp Girl". Songs like "One More Time" and "Go Away" are hook-filled, danceable, country western swing influenced tunes. Speaking of hooks, check out the traditional rockabilly influenced, fan favorite, "Big-Boned Baby". Rockers such as "Hot Kustom '55", "Love Rocket" and "Sonnuva Bitch", show off their "rock n' roll" attitude. Cover tunes like, "Bring My Cadillac Back," "Rip It Up" and "Let's Bop" echo the band's R&B, rockabilly/neo-rockabilly roots.
In the end, The Hellzaboppers transcend time and space to transport you back to the '50s via the influence and decadence of decades since.
The Hellzaboppers have been playing some major shows in L.A., most recently opening for Wanda Jackson, James Intveld, The Blasters, Hot Rod Lincoln, Big Sandy & The Fly Rite Boys, Levi Dexter, Wayne Hancock, The Coasters, as well as playing at L.A.'s largest rockabilly show, The Hollywood Showdown. After previously only playing at Pre-Viva Las Vegas Bashes, they are finally played at Viva Las Vegas 9, the world's largest rockabilly weekender, in 2006.