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ROCKABILLY SCENE “Back on the Scene with Paul MacPhail”

Brandy Roberts from Shreveport, Louisiana, is a young rockabilly singer one needs to get acquainted with. He sounds and plays piano very, very similar to Jerry Lee Lewis. I’ve heard all the imitators and this guy definitely is the closest thing to a young Jerry Lee on the planet. His stage act is like the Jerry Lee of the 50s-60s, and wherever he plays the audience goes nuts. With four CD releases in the past 12 years, and a string of dates in Korea, Japan, Norway, and casinos from the Dakotas to the Deep South, this piano rockabilly is building a name for himself. He records much of the Killer’s material along with hits of Carl Perkins, Mickey Gilley, Chuck Berry, Charlie Rich, and others. His repertoire consists of rockers, blues, and ballads, and his stage performance is wild. He rocks out on “I’m on Fire”, “Great Balls of Fire”, “Nothing Shaking But the Leaves on the Trees”, “Nadine”, “Down the Line”, and his own composition “Boogie Child”, and his ballads are beautiful with “You Win Again”, “Sunday Morning Coming Down”, “Somewhere over the Rainbow”, and “Behind Closed Doors”. A whiz on the piano, he tears into “High School Confidential”, “I’m Ready”, and “Sea Cruise”, before slowing it to blues like “Who Will the Next Fool Be” or the up-tempo “Goodnight Irene” and “Mexicali Rose”. For CDs…P.B. Enterprises Inc. P.O. Box 18423, Shreveport, LA. 71118                                

     - Paul MacPhail    [Fire Ball Magazine]

Brandy Roberts has been  a  personal  friend  for  many years.  He is very talented
in his field  and I would highly recommend Brandy for any upcoming  performances
he may encounter.

    - Jerry Lee Lewis

"Listeners Annual Rockabilly Awards" awarded Brandy Roberts "The Entertainer of
the Year Award"  for best rockabilly CD of  winter and spring 1998 / 1999.  Also best
new rockabilly entertainer 1998 / 1999 presented on March 23, 1999.

    - KICK FM Community Radio

Brandy has chosen a mix of up-front rock 'n' roll and country ballads, and some of
the numbers are quite breathtaking.   "Boogie Child," in which  Brandy  acknowledges
his debt  to  Chuck Berry, Carl Perkins, Fats Domino and Jerry Lee Lewis, is as fine a
piece of boogie woogie rock 'n' roll that I've heard in a long time.

    - Chris Woodford: "Now Dig This" Magazine

Brandy Roberts makes no doubt who his idol is with this release. He rolls and he
hammers just like The Killer himself. "Boogie Child," written by Roberts, sounds
like it was out of a vault of early Jerry Lee songs.

     - Texas Jamboree Magazine

Brandy Roberts, from Shreveport LA , is Jerry Lee Lewis through and through.  Like so many of us, Brandy was smitten at an early age and from then on that's how he wanted to play.  Not that rock n roll or boogie-woogie is Brandy's only talent.  Previous CDs have shown Brandy to be a fine country singer but as far as this latest CD is concerned it's Jerry Lee practically all the way.  Chuck Berry's 'Nadine' lends itself easily to the style as do the Mickey Gilley numbers 'Object Of My Affection' and 'Dont The Girls All Get Prettier At Closing Time', which both end up being more Jerry Lee than Mickey Gilley.

With just a minimal backing group Brandy's voice and piano are very much to the fore.  Words and music come across loud and clear.  Brandy must have loved making this CD.  In the terms of playing like Jerry, this is as good as it gets.

    - Chris Woodford

Brandy Roberts' fourth album, 'Rocking My 88's' features Jerry Lee, Mickey Gilley, Charlie Rich, and Chuck Berry numbers with fourteen songs!  Fans of rockabilly will dig this CD. 

    - Paul MacPhail    [Fire Ball Magazine]

Brandy with Mickey Gilley
Brandy with Mickey Gilley
Brandy singing with Mickey Gilley
Brandy with Barbara Fairchild
Barbara Fairchild with Brandy's Parents
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