The Rockinitis series showcases electric guitar blues from the mid-50s to the early '60s. Unfettered pleasure in the form of Black dance music. Third time's the charm as two heavy-hitters join the fray. Wexford, Ireland's Bill Kealy, has been packing dancefloors for 30 years. He was sucked deep into the rhythm & blues vortex after following the trail back from the music of his youth; The Kinks, The Animals, and the like. A truly international DJ, hear his sets at The Federal Rhythm & Blues Club in Crewe, For Dancers Only in Dublin, or as a regular guest DJ at top R&B; clubs almost everywhere. Steve Longworth spent his teenage years dancing to Soul at Wigan Casino. He was then drawn towards the R&B; and popcorn sound. Since the early 2000s, he's been running nights all across England's North - Soulful Shack, Down In The Basement and The Ad-Lib, to name a few. He's played gritty blues 45s at clubs from Barcelona to Melbourne and now regularly spins at Sheffield's mighty Room At The Top. Features Al Simmons, Eddie Burns, Skip Robinson, The Nightriders, Roy Brown, Peppermint Harris, Ulie & The Uniques, Junior Wells, Little Walter, Dusty Brown, Ace Holder, Lynn Johnson, Detroit Junior, Jimmy Anthony, Magic Sam, and Poppa Hop.