“If you like kick-ass rockabilly, played in a way that would make Gene Vincent proud here it is. And if a song like ‘The Wiggle’ doesn’t have your ass doing the same you must be ready for a dirt-nap” – Original Cool (USA)

“If you like kick-ass rockabilly, played in a way that would make Gene Vincent proud here it is. And if a song like ‘The Wiggle’ doesn’t have your ass doing the same you must be ready for a dirt-nap” – Original Cool (USA)

“Northern Ireland’s best kept secret, these guys just get better and better” – The Next Big Thing (Scotland)

“Northern Ireland’s best kept secret, these guys just get better and better” – The Next Big Thing (Scotland)

“SABREJETS ARE GO…..Soap up that quiff, ladies and gentlemen, and get the pomade out as rockabilly group The Sabrejets return to the live stage. The Sabrejets are leading lights at home and abroad in the rockabilly revival. If you’re into The Cramps, Link Wray and pre-army Elvis then be there when The Sabrejets pick up their guitars.” – Belfast Telegraph (N Ireland)

“SABREJETS ARE GO…..Soap up that quiff, ladies and gentlemen, and get the pomade out as rockabilly group The Sabrejets return to the live stage. The Sabrejets are leading lights at home and abroad in the rockabilly revival. If you’re into The Cramps, Link Wray and pre-army Elvis then be there when The Sabrejets pick up their guitars.” – Belfast Telegraph (N Ireland)

“The epitome of low budget B-Movie chic – leathers, bikes, gang rumbles et al – The Sabrejets are fronted by Brian Young and play good, meaty, rootsy stuff with a touch of the psycho: a far cry from the sugary or tinny retro-billy that has given roots rock a bad name. The Sabrejets style is akin to a combination of pre-burger Elvis, The Stray Cats and The Cramps. Rockabilly aficionados will also detect Link Wray influences.” – The Newsletter (N. Ireland)

“The epitome of low budget B-Movie chic – leathers, bikes, gang rumbles et al – The Sabrejets are fronted by Brian Young and play good, meaty, rootsy stuff with a touch of the psycho: a far cry from the sugary or tinny retro-billy that has given roots rock a bad name. The Sabrejets style is akin to a combination of pre-burger Elvis, The Stray Cats and The Cramps. Rockabilly aficionados will also detect Link Wray influences.” – The Newsletter (N. Ireland)

“The only thing Sabrejet Brian Young might know better than rockabilly is the sting of a tattoo gun. These guys do rockabilly like they wrote the damn book! This is a band that could have played on the same bill with Gene Vincent in 1957 or The Cramps in 1977.You can hear what I’m raving about on their latest CD. Trust me, if you’re a fan of rockabilly like I am, you’ll wanna get your greasy little fingers on this one.” – Tailspins (USA)

“The only thing Sabrejet Brian Young might know better than rockabilly is the sting of a tattoo gun. These guys do rockabilly like they wrote the damn book! This is a band that could have played on the same bill with Gene Vincent in 1957 or The Cramps in 1977.You can hear what I’m raving about on their latest CD. Trust me, if you’re a fan of rockabilly like I am, you’ll wanna get your greasy little fingers on this one.” – Tailspins (USA)

The evening kicks off in true Belfast style with the Sabrejets, our home-grown kings of psychobilly mayhem. With a new album due out later this year, it was a chance to see what’s new with the band. The answer would depend on how you feel about the Sabrejets; there are some interesting new songs here tonight that mark a departure from their normal material but they are exactly as you want them to be – loud, straight ahead, and at times totally frantic.