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Maddox Brothers And Rose - Honky Tonkin (1949)
Maddox Brothers And Rose - Honky Tonkin (1949)
Published: 2009/12/26
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Maddox Bros & Rose - The Death Of Rock And Roll
Maddox Bros & Rose - The Death Of Rock And Roll
Published: 2008/12/21
Channel: HepKat59
Maddox Brothers & Rose - Vintage video clip
Maddox Brothers & Rose - Vintage video clip
Published: 2010/12/28
Channel: oleracoon
The Maddox Brothers & Rose   13   Philadelphia Lawyer
The Maddox Brothers & Rose 13 Philadelphia Lawyer
Published: 2013/12/30
Channel: uzytkownik117
Maddox Brothers And Rose - Dig A Hole
Maddox Brothers And Rose - Dig A Hole
Published: 2013/06/01
Channel: Tom Page
Maddox Brothers And Rose - Move It On Over 1948
Maddox Brothers And Rose - Move It On Over 1948
Published: 2009/12/26
Channel: HillbillyBoogie1 - Uptempo Hillbilly Music -
The Maddox Brothers And Rose - Stop Whislin
The Maddox Brothers And Rose - Stop Whislin' Wolf
Published: 2008/12/08
Channel: HepKat59
THE MADDOX BROTHERS AND ROSE     Love is Strange
THE MADDOX BROTHERS AND ROSE Love is Strange
Published: 2011/02/12
Channel: imanuglyfrogtoo
Maddox Brothers & Rose Live Footage
Maddox Brothers & Rose Live Footage
Published: 2011/08/17
Channel: HillbillyBoogie1 - Uptempo Hillbilly Music -
Maddox Brothers & Rose,Faded Love,1950
Maddox Brothers & Rose,Faded Love,1950
Published: 2009/01/02
Channel: Lilly's Vintage Country Music
MADDOX BROTHERS AND ROSE - LET ME LOVE YOU 1957
MADDOX BROTHERS AND ROSE - LET ME LOVE YOU 1957
Published: 2009/12/06
Channel: consul1959
Maddox Brothers & Rose - Death of Rock and Roll
Maddox Brothers & Rose - Death of Rock and Roll
Published: 2012/05/16
Channel: Adam Nicke
35$ and A Dream Documentary...Maddox Brothers & Rose
35$ and A Dream Documentary...Maddox Brothers & Rose
Published: 2014/06/22
Channel: calvin kennedy
Maddox Brothers & Rose - Meanest Man In Town
Maddox Brothers & Rose - Meanest Man In Town
Published: 2011/02/08
Channel: dvdman49
Maddox Brothers & Rose - A Beautiful Bouquet (1954)
Maddox Brothers & Rose - A Beautiful Bouquet (1954)
Published: 2011/01/15
Channel: HillbillyBoogie1 - Uptempo Hillbilly Music -
Maddox Brothers & Rose - George`s Playhouse Boogie (1949)
Maddox Brothers & Rose - George`s Playhouse Boogie (1949)
Published: 2010/07/11
Channel: HillbillyBoogie1 - Uptempo Hillbilly Music -
MILK COW BLUES by the Maddox Brothers and Rose
MILK COW BLUES by the Maddox Brothers and Rose
Published: 2012/08/12
Channel: cdbpdx
Maddox Brothers & Rose - Looky There Over There
Maddox Brothers & Rose - Looky There Over There
Published: 2008/07/24
Channel: markowee
Don Maddox (Of The Maddox Brothers & Rose) - Step It Up And Go
Don Maddox (Of The Maddox Brothers & Rose) - Step It Up And Go
Published: 2013/06/27
Channel: Jørgen Petersen
Maddox Brothers - Let Me Love You
Maddox Brothers - Let Me Love You
Published: 2009/11/21
Channel: markowee
MADDOX BROTHERS & ROSE - Milk Cow Blues - 1947
MADDOX BROTHERS & ROSE - Milk Cow Blues - 1947
Published: 2010/09/06
Channel: Georges Decrete
Maddox Brothers & Rose - I
Maddox Brothers & Rose - I'll Go Steppin' Too
Published: 2010/07/04
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Maddox Bros. & Rose - The Donkey Song
Maddox Bros. & Rose - The Donkey Song
Published: 2009/11/21
Channel: markowee
Don Maddox of Maddox Brothers & Rose w/ Cari Lee
Don Maddox of Maddox Brothers & Rose w/ Cari Lee
Published: 2007/02/15
Channel: flipsville
Maddox Brothers & Rose - No Help Wanted
Maddox Brothers & Rose - No Help Wanted
Published: 2010/07/04
Channel: HillbillyBoogie1 - Uptempo Hillbilly Music -
The Maddox Brothers & Rose   02   Midnight Train
The Maddox Brothers & Rose 02 Midnight Train
Published: 2013/12/30
Channel: uzytkownik117
Maddox Brothers & Rose - Paul Bunyan Love (1956)
Maddox Brothers & Rose - Paul Bunyan Love (1956)
Published: 2010/08/08
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Maddox Brothers & Rose - Fountain Of Youth (1955)
Maddox Brothers & Rose - Fountain Of Youth (1955)
Published: 2011/01/15
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Maddox Bros & Rose - Water Baby Blues
Maddox Bros & Rose - Water Baby Blues
Published: 2009/05/29
Channel: HillbillyHepKat59
Maddox Bros & Rose - Oakie Boogie
Maddox Bros & Rose - Oakie Boogie
Published: 2009/10/28
Channel: 50sRockabilly
MADDOX BROS & ROSE - NEW STEP IT UP AND GO
MADDOX BROS & ROSE - NEW STEP IT UP AND GO
Published: 2009/12/06
Channel: consul1959
Maddox Bros & Rose - You Won
Maddox Bros & Rose - You Won't Believe This
Published: 2009/06/21
Channel: HillbillyHepKat59
Maddox Brothers And Rose - Hangover Blues (Decca 28551) [1953 hillbilly]
Maddox Brothers And Rose - Hangover Blues (Decca 28551) [1953 hillbilly]
Published: 2014/11/26
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Rose Maddox - "Move it on over"
Rose Maddox - "Move it on over"
Published: 2009/03/27
Channel: loupi52
Maddox Bros & Rose - Old Man Blues
Maddox Bros & Rose - Old Man Blues
Published: 2009/11/22
Channel: markowee
ROSE MADDOX The One Rose performs Honky Tonkin!_rare clip!
ROSE MADDOX The One Rose performs Honky Tonkin!_rare clip!
Published: 2007/12/30
Channel: garyroute66
The Maddox Brothers & Rose   17   Water Baby Boogie
The Maddox Brothers & Rose 17 Water Baby Boogie
Published: 2013/12/30
Channel: uzytkownik117
Maddox Brothers & Rose - Philadelphia Lawyer
Maddox Brothers & Rose - Philadelphia Lawyer
Published: 2015/09/05
Channel: Lonesome Lefty
Maddox Brothers & Rose - Fred
Maddox Brothers & Rose - Fred's boogie woogie
Published: 2011/03/12
Channel: genevincent1967
Maddox Brothers & Rose - Wild Wild Young Men
Maddox Brothers & Rose - Wild Wild Young Men
Published: 2012/11/25
Channel: 1962Jivatone
MADDOX BROTHERS & ROSE   Step It Up and Go
MADDOX BROTHERS & ROSE Step It Up and Go
Published: 2010/02/25
Channel: imanuglyfrog
Rose Maddox And The Maddox Brothers, There
Rose Maddox And The Maddox Brothers, There's No Right WAy To Do Me Wrong
Published: 2016/07/04
Channel: Lilly's Vintage Country Music
Maddox Brothers & Rose,Time Nor Tide, 1947
Maddox Brothers & Rose,Time Nor Tide, 1947
Published: 2009/01/16
Channel: Lilly's Vintage Country Music
Maddox Brothers And Rose  Hangover Blues  DECCA 28551
Maddox Brothers And Rose Hangover Blues DECCA 28551
Published: 2012/10/02
Channel: 53jaybop
Maddox Brothers & Rose - Small Town Mama
Maddox Brothers & Rose - Small Town Mama
Published: 2010/04/14
Channel: HillbillyBoogie1 - Uptempo Hillbilly Music -
MADDOX BROTHERS AND ROSE : SHIMMY SHAKIN
MADDOX BROTHERS AND ROSE : SHIMMY SHAKIN' DADDY
Published: 2017/03/12
Channel: rico wild overall
Maddox Brothers And Rose - Bring It On Down To My House Honey
Maddox Brothers And Rose - Bring It On Down To My House Honey
Published: 2009/12/26
Channel: HillbillyBoogie1 - Uptempo Hillbilly Music -
Maddox Brothers & Rose - Honky Tonkin
Maddox Brothers & Rose - Honky Tonkin'
Published: 2015/09/05
Channel: Lonesome Lefty
The Maddox Bros & Rose - I
The Maddox Bros & Rose - I've Got Four Big Brothers - 1955 Rockabilly - Columbia Promo
Published: 2017/07/04
Channel: TheErrol1975
The Maddox Brothers & Rose   23   Pay Me Alimony
The Maddox Brothers & Rose 23 Pay Me Alimony
Published: 2013/12/30
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The Maddox Brothers and Rose
Origin Boaz, Alabama, U.S.
Genres Country, Western swing, Old Time, Gospel
Years active 1937–1956
Labels Four Star, Columbia, Decca
Associated acts Rose Maddox
Members Rose Maddox
Fred Maddox
Cal Maddox
Henry Maddox
Don Maddox
Past members Cliff Maddox (Died 1949)

The Maddox Brothers and Rose, known as America’s Most Colorful Hillbilly Band from the 1930s to the 1950s, consisted of four brothers, Fred, Cal, Cliff and Don Maddox, along with their sister Rose. Cliff died in 1949 and was replaced by brother Henry. The group disbanded in 1956.

Biography[edit]

The family hailed from Boaz, Alabama, but rode the rails and hitch hiked to California in 1933 when the band members were still children, following the failed efforts of their sharecropper parents during the early part of the Depression. They were a little in advance of the flood of Okies who were to flood the state in the 1930s. They struggled to make a living as intinerant fruit and vegetable pickers following the harvest as far north as Washington state, and as far east as Arizona, as well as in the San Joaquin Valley. They often worked from dawn to dusk, sleeping and eating on the ground.[1]

Having settled in Modesto, the family developed their musical ability and, in 1937 performed on the radio, sponsored by a local furniture store. In 1939 they entered a hillbilly band competition at the centennial Sacramento State Fair after driving to Sacramento in their Model A. When they took the stage they tore through "Sally Let Your Bangs Hang Down" with rocking rhythms and risque lyrics. They became, officially, California's best hillbilly band.[2][3]

The brothers and Rose appeared at places such as the 97th Street Corral in Los Angeles.[4]

From 1946-1951 the group recorded for 4 Star Records (Hollywood), then for Columbia Records. Some 4 Star masters were leased and released by US.-Decca Records at the beginning of the 1950s. The following quotes are from Rose Maddox. "We were called hillbilly singers - not country - then. No, none of this country music then. People just called us hillbilly... People tell me that I was one of the first women to sing what I sang - country boogie. I guess I was. There was no rock 'n' roll in those early days, before 1955. Only country boogie. My brothers also played that way. We called it country then.

The Maddox's material ranged from the country standards of Hank Williams and Merle Travis, cowboy songs, to the Western swing of Bob Wills, to old-time, folk, and church singing, to jazz, swing, boogie woogie and even a taste of early rock and roll.[5][6]

Fred Maddox played upright bass using the "slap bass" technique as early as 1937.[7] This trademark backbeat, a slapping bass style, helped drive a broad change in popular music, sporting a faster, immediately discernible rhythm that came to be known as rockabilly.[6]

Fred Maddox's bass is displayed at the Experience Music Project in Seattle. "They wanted his bass because they believe he might have hit the first note of rock 'n' roll on it."[8]

Don Maddox is the last surviving member of the band and lives in Ashland, Oregon. He has experienced a career resurgence 50 years after his success with Maddox Bros and Rose, playing at the world-renowned Britt festival in Jacksonville, Oregon, opening for "Big and Rich", performing at the Muddy Roots festival in Cookeville, Tennessee in 2011 and 2012, playing on the Marty Stuart show, and a receiving a standing ovation show at the Grand Ole Opry. He also performed in Las Vegas at the first annual Rockabilly Rockout at the Gold Coast Casino on Oct 5th, 2014. , "[7]

Band members[edit]

  • Cliff Maddox (born 1912 Boaz, Alabama - died 1949)
  • Cal Maddox (born November 3, 1915 Boaz, Alabama - died 1968)
  • Fred Maddox (born July 3, 1919 Boaz, Alabama - died October 29, 1992)
  • Don Maddox (born December 7, 1922 Boaz, Alabama)
  • Rose Maddox (born August 15, 1925 Boaz, Alabama - died April 15, 1998)
  • Henry Maddox (born March 19, 1928 Boaz, Alabama - died 1974)
  • Bud Duncan (born March 18, 1928 Picket, Arkansas)

Discography[edit]

  • America's Most Colorful Hillbilly Band v.1 (Arhoolie Records, 1976/1993)
  • America's Most Colorful Hillbilly Band v.2 (Arhoolie, 1995)
  • On The Air (Arhoolie, 1983/1996)
  • Live On The Radio (1996)
  • The Hillbilly Boogie Years (Rockateer, 1996)
  • A Collection of Standard Sacred Songs (King, 1956)
  • The Most Colorful Hillbilly Band in America (Bear Family, 1998)

References[edit]

  1. ^ NPR : Honky Tonks, Hymns and the Blues
  2. ^ Ramblin' Rose - The Life and Times of Rose Maddox. Jonny Whiteside. 1997. page 42. ISBN 0-8265-1269-0
  3. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-06-10. Retrieved 2010-02-20.  Lyrics
  4. ^ Billboard Jan 15, 1949 page 33
  5. ^ Americas Most Colorful Hillbilly Band
  6. ^ a b Honky Tonks, Hymns, & the Blues
  7. ^ a b The Maddox Brothers & Rose
  8. ^ The Blue Moon Boys - The Story of Elvis Presley's Band. Ken Burke and Dan Griffin. 2006. Chicago Review Press. page 26. ISBN 1-55652-614-8

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