Doodah Farm are a 4 piece rockabilly pop band from Liverpool. A sense of urgency drives their Down-to-Earth rhythms and infectious melodies, giving Doodah Farm their musical DNA.
The first murmurings of creative energy came when Stevie Myler got himself completely sober for the first time in his adult life and when he bumped in to old friend Mark Dickinson they started playing their own material as a duo. Soon it became clear that two was not enough and a traditional band line-up was the answer, so they recruited Joe Lamb on mandolin/ukulele and Matt Deaves on drums to provide the dancing beat that the boys needed to propel their rockabilly folk-pop anthems.
Doodah Farm are a fun band and thats a word that can be understated in many ways. The band exude passion and energy whilst having a very accessible sound. Their infusion of styles, instruments and influences create an enjoyable and emotional sound. If you like the sound of Doodah Farm their double A-side for Oi Oi/Soft Lad was released October 31st so check it out!