Ronnie Sando: Rockabilly Trailblazer

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He wrote and recorded "Rocking on the Moon," one of the very first hits of the Rockabilly era, leading the way for the rock 'n roll revolution. He's recorded with Elvis' legendary band. In 2006, Hazleton native Joe "Ronnie" Sando was inducted into the Rockabilly Hall of Fame in Burns, TN.  Hear from this legend as he shares his memories within the recording industry.

 

 

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