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The Paladins

About The Paladins

The three players of the Paladins -- drummer, guitarist, and stand-up bass player -- work together as tightly and precisely as the components of a gun. And this gun can fire just about any type of ammunition at hand from Rockabilly to R&B, from blues to Swing. They may have come from California, but the Paladins have as much hillbilly fire in their music as all of hell and half of Georgia.

Listen toThe Paladinson Rhapsody

The three players of the Paladins -- drummer, guitarist, and stand-up bass player -- work together as tightly and precisely as the components of a gun. And this gun can fire just about any type of ammunition at hand from Rockabilly to R&B, from blues to Swing. They may have come from California, but the Paladins have as much hillbilly fire in their music as all of hell and half of Georgia.

About The Paladins

The three players of the Paladins -- drummer, guitarist, and stand-up bass player -- work together as tightly and precisely as the components of a gun. And this gun can fire just about any type of ammunition at hand from Rockabilly to R&B, from blues to Swing. They may have come from California, but the Paladins have as much hillbilly fire in their music as all of hell and half of Georgia.

About The Paladins

The three players of the Paladins -- drummer, guitarist, and stand-up bass player -- work together as tightly and precisely as the components of a gun. And this gun can fire just about any type of ammunition at hand from Rockabilly to R&B, from blues to Swing. They may have come from California, but the Paladins have as much hillbilly fire in their music as all of hell and half of Georgia.