One-man rockabilly locomotive Bloodshot Bill pushes his pomade-lathered catalog of songs through a voice like a cement mixer falling into the Grand Canyon and guitar virtuosity on par with the earliest progenitors of whatever genre he suddenly swerves into. The Montreal-based madman was the winner of the “Rockabilly Male of the Year” Ameripolitan award and was rated in the top eight of “Rockin” guitarists by Vintage Rock magazine. Cult film legend John Waters described Bloodshot Bill endearingly as “Roy Orbison with a head injury.”