The Stunning Cunning Band

The Stunning Cunning Band

 Memphis, Tennessee, USA
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The Stunning Cunning Band brings you 50's and 60's Rockabilly they way it was meant to play. They are bringing back the songs that made rock history. With a high energy show this is one band you don't want to miss.

Biography

Since the summer of 1993, Brandon Cunning has yet to be derailed from his mission of bringing Rockabilly to a new generation. With his guitar playing, vocals and “stunning” showmanship, it’s not hard to see and hear his influences of Presley, Holly, Lewis, and Setzer. Late in 2006, faced with a regional lack of interest in his 50’s Rock ‘N’ Roll music, Brandon decided to relocate from his hometown of Washington, Pa., near Pittsburgh, to Memphis, Tn., which is the birthplace of Rock ‘N’ Roll. This provided a rebirth and a chance meeting between Cunning and local Rockabilly piano sensation, Landon Lane, at the historic Peabody Hotel. After their first encounter and fast friendship, the two hired a pick-up band and were on the road within weeks for a gig in the windy city Chicago. In the summer of 2008, The Stunning Cunning Band backed up the legendary Smoochie Smith of the Mar-Keys, who had the hit song “Last Night” in 1961, at the Jackson, Tn. Annual Rockabilly Festival. They have since added Steve Clark on Stand Up Bass and Rick McFarland on Drums. This created a fresh start for the four on the Memphis and regional club circuit.
The Stunning Cunning Band has a busy schedule in the next few months. Check the website for upcoming show dates. In March 2009, they headed to Sun Studio to start recording their first album. They have written some great songs and are looking forward to getting them recorded.

Discography

1. I Refuse To Sing The Blues
2. Little Woman On My Mind
3. Blue Suede Shoes

Set List

1.All I Have To Do Is Dream-The Everly Brothers
2.All Shook Up-Elvis Presley
3.Baby Let’s Play House-Elvis Presley
4.Baby What You Want Me To Do-Jimmy Reed
5.Before The Night Is Over-Jerry Lee Lewis
6.Blue Monday-Fats Domino
7.Blue Suede Shoes-Carl Perkins
8.Blueberry Hill-Fats Domino
9.Born To Be Bad-George Thorogood
10.Crazy Arms-Jerry Lee Lewis
11.Crazy Little Thing Called Love-Queen
12.Drinkin’ Wine Spo Dee O-Dee-Jerry Lee Lewis
13.Earth Angel-The Penguins
14.End Of The Road-Jerry Lee Lewis
15.Every Breath You Take-The Police
16.Folsom Prison Blues-Johnny Cash
17.Get Rhythm-Johnny Cash
18.Good Rockin’ Tonight-Elvis Presley
19.Great Balls Of Fire-Jerry Lee Lewis
20.High School Confidential-Jerry Lee Lewis
21.Hoey Don’t-Carl Perkins
22.In The Midnight Hour-Wilson Pickett
23.I Was A Fool-The Stunning Cunning Band
24.Johnny B. Goode-Chuck Berry
25.Last Date-Floyd Cramer
26.Last Night-The Mar-Keys
27.Little Red Riding Hood-Sam The Sham And The Pharaohs
28.Litt