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Originally released by Bill Monroe and The Blue Grass Boys in 1947, Blue Moon of Kentucky was cut by Elvis Presley in 1954 as the B-side of his debut Sun single, That’s All Right.
“I was working off the Elvis version, the whole Scotty Moore thing,” says Setzer. “It’s a traditional bluegrass song, so I put some jazz chords behind it. All of a sudden, I had something unique. That’s what makes it worthy. You can’t do it better than Elvis!”
Brian’s tone is killer as ever. “That’s my ’59 Gretsch 6120, ’63 Fender Bassman and Roland Space Echo,” he says.