Great time for a new look
How can vintage style be connected with modern technology? The best thing to do is to re-launch the internet presence of the Munich Rock'n'Roll and Rockabilly guys from the Continentals. Even if the true enjoyment in full size impresses particularly impressively on the desktop, the new website is now also for mobile devices very user-friendly.
On 19th May 2017 the eleventh album of the Continentals will be released
Later, as originally planned, the Frankfurt-based label Foxrocks by MCDP International publishes the anniversary album for the 35th anniversary of the Munich rockers. But the wait was worth it and the fans can look forward to it! With the exception of "Rock This Place", a Fabulous Thunderbirds cover in swing format, 13 new compositions are in the best tradition of Rock'n'Roll, Rockabilly and Country/Cajun style. Variety is guaranteed!
The current video clip of the Continentals "Cathouse Blues" is available on YouTube.
With which are the wonderful dancers of the Boogie Magic's, where the band would like to thank for their cooperation. The Munich filmmaker Hanns Gröner is responsible for recording, editing and finishing.
One of the most exciting Continentals albums ever!
The tenth album of the Continentals again offers a hot cross-over brew of Rock'n'Roll, Rockabilly, Blues, Surf and Country Rock. All in the style of American roadmovies and trash films. In addition to the title song "My Rose Tattoo", there are five other, brand new compositions on this CD with "Hot Wheels", "Cathouse Blues", "Wild At Heart", "Hurt By You" and "The Lions". The album „My Rose Tattoo" is available on CD as well as via download.
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„Since their inception in Munich 1980, this band have been a mainstay on the German and European
rock'n'roll circult. They have opened for the Comets and Carl Perkins and also backed Frankie Ford,
Janis Martin and Buddy Knox. Their most recent stint saw them accompanying Wanda Jackson."
(Harry Dodds – Now Dig This Magazine)