...by Tjendol Sunrise
Dutch Rockabilly/ Surf band Tjendol Sunrise from Amsterdam, Holland burst onto the scene in 2006 with their debut release, "The Way That You Smile" containing a good mixture of instrumentals, covers, and originals that eventually caught the eye of Dutch Rock & Roll legend, Andy Tielman.
He invited the band to produce what turned out to be his final recording to celebrate a career spanning over 50 years. The result was the critically acclaimed, "21st Century Rock" by Andy Tielman & Tjendol Sunrise.
Andy is quoted as saying that recording and performing with the young guys from Tjendol Sunrise reminded him of his early days in the late 50's with his brothers in their band, The Tielman Brothers. Tjendol Sunrise produced, performed, and recorded all 17 tracks on that album, even contributing 2 new compositions.
From that experience came the momentum to forge something new and with the release of "There's Always Tomorrow", their new album manufactured and distributed in the U.S. by jamboe Entertainment, the guys, Marc, Patrick, Willy, and J.P. push the envelope of Rockabilly / Surf fusion with Country Pop by making extensive use of the lapsteel guitar.
It's a sound that may have people wondering is it Country, is it 60's Pop, but with a little Rockabilly mixed in it is undeniablly Tjendol.
For more information of Tjendol Sunrise, visit their website at http://www.jamboetv.com