Some articles on blue caps:
... Gene Vincent and The Blue Caps is an album by Gene Vincent and His Blue Caps ... Cliff Gallup and rhythm guitarist, Willie Williams, had left The Blue Caps in the summer of 1956 ...
... in Portsmouth, Virginia, Facenda was asked to join Gene Vincent's Blue Caps in 1957, where he was given the nickname "Bubba" ... He toured again with the Blue Caps beginning in 1982, including in Europe ... In 2012, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inducted Facenda as a member of the Blue Caps by a special committee, aiming to correct the previous wrong of not including the Blue Caps with Gene Vincent ...
... He changed his name to Gene Vincent, and formed a rockabilly band called the Blue Caps (a term used in reference to enlisted sailors in the U.S ... He and his band are named "Gene Vincent and His Blue Caps", not "...the Blue Caps" as often stated ... Gene Vincent and His Blue Caps soon gained a reputation playing in various country bars in his native Norfolk, Virginia ...
Famous quotes containing the words caps and/or blue:
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