Album Cover
Cursed Cadillac
Ted Stevens and the Doo-Shots
Released: Apr 1, 2015
Label: Southcoast Media LLC
Track Listing
1 Cursed Cadillac
2 She's got all that too (and a real tattoo)
3 Center Stage
4 Rusty Old Rail
5 Hot under the Collar
6 Baby I'm Yours
7 Creepy Clowns and Wedding Gowns
8 She's got a bottle of Scotch, She's full on Hot
9 Take it real slow
10 Lee Van Cleef

Liner Notes

Ted Stevens latest release recorded with the Doo-Shots in Wesley Chapel Fl by Robbie Robertson of BlueSouth Recording.  


Ted Stevens and The Doo Shots: Fun with a Capital “F” - The Sarasota Post (blog)
The Sarasota Post (blog)Ted Stevens and The Doo Shots: Fun with a Capital “F”The Sarasota Post (blog)You'll certainly be transported back to this happy time listening to the Doo Shots. Ted Stevens, lead man, guitarist and vocalist for the band is only 49 but somehow looks the part of a 50's guy naturally. Of course the slicked-back hair helps. He's ... [Read More...]
A Tribute to Sun Records Rockabilly Ruckus
Libra Musica
Donning suits, classic guitar, and a stand up bass, Ted Stevens and the Doo-Shots looked exactly how they sounded – Rocked-out rockabilly. Frontman and guitarist Ted Stevens’ enthralling performance, his guitar playing mean and smooth at the same time and his vocals on point with the classic rockers of yesteryear. And the word “style” should always be next to bassist Butch Alan’s name as he played with enough style for everyone and their mother. And to top it all off his shirt collar matched the leopard print designs on his I said style! And drummer Smokin’ Joe Hendricks looked like he was having the most fun of all. Playing behind your prototypical drumset for half of the evening, he was beckoned by Ted to come down from his full ensemble drumfort and play with only a single snare drum. There he stood alongside Ted and Butch rapping on that snare with the exuberance of a young child that just got his first drumset for Christmas. At one point he even started playing on an old sand filled drum that was being used as an ashtray. The joy of not taking yourself too seriously was evident and it created such a cool atmosphere. [Read More...]