Cyclones (Sweden)

Paul Epäilys on guitar and vocals
Photo above and below from Göteborg Blues Party in Slottsskogen 2006-06-29
Photo © Vanja Fridhammar
Street Altered
Hep Town Records Official Press Release
In the autumn of 2002 Cyclones were founded by three guys that have known each other for some years, as they were all involved in the same music scene. The founders Paul Epäilys, from the Moondogs, Go-Getters and Dominators, Marcus Olsson from the western swing orchestra the Toneflyers and finally Joakim Bonér from the neo-rockabilly group Blackout set time to get some new ideas together and the rockin’ trio Cyclones was formed.
They were convinced that various styles of American music such as swing of the forties, rockabilly and r&b of the fifties and surf and garage of the sixties have a lot in common. It’s all rockin’ music! Because of this they draw influences from past masters as Magic Sam, Eddie Cochran, Link Wray and the Sonics. But no note by note covers are allowed. Originality rules, and a bunch of originals are mixed into the blend.
Cyclones have toured Scandinavia and parts of Europe and have received great reviews. The band has very strong connections to the HepTown scene and now got their long awaited debut release – “Street Altered” out on the label HepTown Records. A result both the band and the label are proud of - it really rocks!
Paul Epäilys – guitar, lead vocals
Marcus Olsson – double bass
Joakim Bonér – drums
Additional musicans: Stefan Dafgård – harmonica and percussion