The Dusty Aces CD release at Echo Room Dec. 6.

An array of their favourite tunes by the masters on the new CD called Raw Rockabilly

Chilliwack's own The Dusty Aces are set for a raucous CD release party for Raw Rockabilly at the Echo Room Dec. 6.

Chilliwack’s own rockabilly outfit The Dusty Aces are set for a raucous CD release party at the Echo Room Dec. 6.

Mike Cedilla, who likes to go by the handle ‘Rockin Ted’, said the new recording is an array of some of their favourite cover tunes. The CD is called Raw Rockabilly.

Rockin’ Ted along with ‘Rockabilly Jay’ Joyce on upright bass and lead vocals, and Matt DeBad on lead guitar and vocals make up the band, and they’ll be taking the stage after special guests, the Dead Cats play a few songs.

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The Dusty Aces CD Release, doors at 9 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 6, $10. 604-703-4450.

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