Face melting loud rock’n’roll from one of London’s best kept secrets... Mother’s Little Helper. Featuring guitarist James Walbourne, bassist Nick Wilkinson and drummer Kris Sonne, MLH mix 50’s rock’n’roll with a nasty/modern/in your face edge.
“Rock-a-billy. From Jeff Beck to Morrissey, the torch remains held in high esteem and still lighting up venues across the nation, most notably in the form of Mother’s Little Helper. This authentic trio could hold it’s own at any time from the 50’s to the present day. If you haven’t yet experienced the excellent MLH, now’s your chance. Take it. And be reminded why some folk won't entertain any other genre.” Chrissie Hynde, The Pretenders
"Mother’s Little Helper played the hardest-rocking music I heard anywhere in 2016, ripping through songs that are mostly sixty years old, and making them sound like they were written yesterday. And James Walbourne, my favourite living guitarist, channels Scotty Moore, James Burton and Link Wray and adds his own power, speed, musicality and menace.” Nick Hornby, Author
“Mothers Little Helper are some of the best musicians i know - they understand the two sides of the rockabilly coin - keep one foot in the classic sounds and style while stepping forward with the other.” Slim Jim Phantom, Stray Cats.