Bobby Wayne was born in Spokane, Washington in 1936. He discovered music early on and by 1951 he was playing country music all over the Pacific Northwest. In the spring of 1955, Bobby's mother moved to Atlanta. She brought Bobby out to visit her and while in a diner, he had his defining moment when"Mystery Train" blared out of the jukebox. When he asked his mother who the wild singer was, she replied "Elvis Presley, isn't he great?" From that moment on Bobby was crazy for the Big Beat.
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Wayne, Bobby - Sally Ann / War Paint / Long Lean Baby / Draggin 7" EP
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    Spokane's Bobby Wayne and his Warriors knocked out the Northwest's FIRST rockabilly killers in '55, "Sally Ann" b/w the 6120-instrumental twang of "Warpaint." Now dig these ultra-rare recordings -- reissued direct from the original masters -- along with "Long Lean Baby" and "Draggin'," two PREVIOUSLY UNISSUED rockers from the same wild '55 session! Also available as a digital download on iTunes. TRACK LISTING:1. Sally Ann2. War Paint3. Long Lean Baby4. Draggin' ...