Biography

Bones Maki & the Treble-Aires are a cookin’ Americana combo — four fellas who dig into the deepest depths of this country’s rockabilly, blues and western music heritage to unearth and revive the grooviest tunes, as well as write some songs that sound just as punchy as their favorites from the pre-digital party. Bones and Erik Alderink take turns soloing and harmonizing on the microphones for sets of solid senders.

Influences:

Early country & western played in the nightclubs of Detroit during the 1940s thru the 1960s. Also dig the blues of that era, and jazz, and rock’n’roll. You want names? Eddie Jackson & the Swingsters, York Brothers, Davis Sisters, Billy Martin, Arizona Weston …

Sounds Like:

Late 1950s dance hall rockabilly and big beat honky tonk; vocal harmony with a twist beat; jump music to swing a kat to.

Recent Posts

Gig alert!

We’re playing something called “Roots Rock Revival 2″ this Friday night, July 24, at the New Way Bar (23130 Woodward Ave, Ferndale, MI 48220) with Nobody’s Business and Longneck Strangler! Door cover is a measly $8. We go on at 10 p.m. Lineup includes Loney (drums), Rudy (bass) and the legendary Rick Mills on guitar! Join us, won’t you?

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