Personalities | Ray Campi | Rockabilly | Country
(Vocals, double bass, b. 1934)
Campi recorded rockabilly in Texas 1956–59, then moved to California and became a school teacher. He returned to music in the 1970s and had several releases on Rollin’ Rock, which proved very popular in Europe. He also undertook a lot of session work, backing other rockabilly artists. Campi first toured Britain in 1977 with his Rockabilly Rebels and has stayed loyal to the music ever since, recording and touring continually through the years.
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