Duane Eddy 2009

Twangsville #86 now available

  • Here Come Christmas
  • Larry Knetchel
  • Congratulations to Chris Eddy
  • New Blonde Gibson Duane Eddy Signature Guitar
  • Duane Helps Out Doyle Dykes
  • Guitar Town At Copper Mountain
  • Duane Interviewed for NAMM Oral History
  • Spot The Pick
  • The 2010 Duane Eddy Circle Convention
  • 2009 Musicians Hall Of Fame Induction
  • For Your Collection
  • Downloading Duane
  • Rare 78's
  • Shopping Circle


Duane's 2009 Christmas song "HERE COMES CHRISTMAS" now downloadable in members area(thanks to Tony Borgosano)


TIMOTHY GAINES OF STRYPER releases first solo instrumental project with 12 songs written and produced by Chris Eddy (Duane's son).
Read press release here


Would you like to receive "Twangsville" electronically up to two weeks before postal copies then send email to twangsville@duaneeddycircle.com giving your email details

Full merchandise facility coming to the website for 2010


Duane at Musicians Hall of Fame Inductee Ceremony Nashville 14 October 2009

Steve Wariner, Duane, Dick Dale - Duane, Al Jardine (Photos : Deed Eddy)

See Duane play 'Rebel Rouser' at 2008 ceremony here


Twangsville #85 issued September 2009


New photos with Doyle Dykes here ; photos Duane at school here


Larry Knetchtel passed away on Tuesday August 18th aged 69 .
The Times have published an obituary here.

Larry at the piano
Photo: Deed Eddy


ACE CD1237- 'History of London American Label' features Kommotion & The Girl On Death Row JASMINE511 'Raunchy' features Moovin 'N'Groovin, Rebel Rouser, Stalkin', Ramrod, Cannonball, The Lonely One & Detour

Duane headlined a free three day concert on August 7 - 9 at Guitar Town, Copper Mountain in Colorado. He played a full set on the Sunday (9th) evening backed by The Players featuring Randy Leago on sax. The entire ensemble joined Duane for the final number 'Hard Times'

Photo:Betty G
Duane appeared at the Ryman Nashville on Saturday 18 July at Muriel Anderson's All Star Guitar Night and played "Rebel Rouser" .

Here is a short clip


The "Marty Stuart Show" was shown on UK TV SKY 279 on Thursday 16th July at 5pm and repeated daily thereafter for about a week. This show features Duane playing "Raunchy" and "Rebel Rouser" and was originally aired in US in March.

Simply Movies on Sky 341 has now closed down so hopefully you were able to catch "The Wild Westerners"
Duane Eddy at the induction ceremony at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville on May 17, 2009

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Photo Credit: Ed Rode                Photo:Deed Eddy

To honour Roy Clark, Duane performed the instrumental
“Ghost Riders in the Sky,” one of Clark’s signature tunes


BGO records have issued Duane's GTO album "Guitar Man" BGOCD 857 together with UK CBS vocal single as bonus tracks in June 2009

Our 31st convention was an enormous success. Full details and photo gallery here.


Listen here to Geoff Barker's interview with Duane on his "Saturday Night Rock and Roll Party" broadcast on Saturday 25 April between 6pm and 8pm. Duane revealed some titles from his forthcoming album "ARTIFACTS OF TWANG" - "Paradise Cove", "Jungle Cocktail", "Purgatory", the song with Phil Everly "You'll Love Again After I'm Gone" and other vocal contributions from Brian Setzer and Griffin House.


Hear a clip of Raunchy(here) as played on the Marty Stuart show.
Duane appeared with Marty Stuart on RFDTV Saturday March 14 2009 ( recorded Monday 26 January) playing "Raunchy" and "Rebel Rouser".
RFD now available in UK on SKY 279
Premiere of "The Wild Westerners" on UK TV Saturday 21 Feb 2009 on Sky "Simply Movies" Channel 341 (They also showed "Pepe" on Saturday 14 Feb)


Check out new blog facility here Many videos of Duane available: Check out youtube


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