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With my band Dee’s Honeytones I played at the Feel the Fifties party in Steyl (near Venlo, The Netherlands) and we shared the stage with The Wyatt Christmas five. For Rockabilly-online I interviewed Andy ten years ago. Back then, they were a trio. Now I got to see the new formation live. Very awesome band. They play original songs and some covers too.

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Robbie Fulks and Linda Gail Lewis: Wild, Wild, Wild

Posted by Paul van den Hout On November - 5 - 2018

Linda Gail Lewis was asked by Robbie Fulks to collaborate on this CD ‘Wild, Wild, Wild’: a varied compilation of historical styles in (country and rock ‘n’roll) music from The South, and particularly Memphis it seems, stretching from the ‘30’s to the ‘70’s.

Both Lewis and Fulks are veterans in the music recording industry. Piano playing singer Linda Gail Lewis is of course the little sister of Jerry Lee Lewis and Robbie Fulks, with a background in bluegrass music, was nominated a Grammy-award as an alternative country singer-songwriter.

Most of the material on ‘Wild, Wild, Wild’ is written by Fulks and most songs are duets. Some of the songs seem written for Linda Gail exclusively like ‘Round Too Long’ and ‘Boogie-Woogie Country Girl’, one can say biographical songs. In the latter you can’t deny hearing her big brother’s living spirit, instrumentally and vocally. The piano is pumped by Linda Gail herself of course, but she also proves to be sensitive and elegant in ballads like ‘Hardluck Louisiana’.

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Pinup of the week: Miss Shannon

Posted by Dee-Ann On October - 29 - 2018

photo by Kelley Wendland

Shannon is a Minnesota born artist who has been performing for over 25 years. She began in dance at a young age and continued on to musical theatre, dramatic theatre, film and television. She had been singing with bands of all genres for nearly a decade, but once the rockabilly rhythm caught her, she never looked back. Shannon’s been co-fronting The Moontones (, an LA based jump blues, RnB, swing and rockabilly group, for just over a year now and has been honored to open for legends such as Wanda Jackson, Levi Dexter, The Gretsch Brothers, The Paladins and Kim Lenz and is looking forward to her 2nd year playing at the world famous Viva Las Vegas festival this coming Spring. She also enjoys knitting, baking and loves her cats, Jimmy and Henry. Read the rest of this entry »

Pinup of the week: Nikkie Giron

Posted by Dee-Ann On October - 22 - 2018

Photographer: Velvet Merlot

Nikki Giron is a singer/songwriter and alto saxophonist. Ever since she was introduced to Elvis Presley when she was 6 she knew she wanted to be a STAR! She has a passion for history vintage clothing, music, and old movies! She fell in love with pin-up after the first time after she begun her fascination with history. She is currently a music business student and performs around Colorado. A spunky girl with a heart of gold! 

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Pinup of the week: Miss Katie

Posted by Dee-Ann On October - 15 - 2018

I think I’ve always identified with pin ups, I think as a kid I always thought they were so beautiful and not like the images I saw in magazines.

I live in the dry dry oil patch called Hobbs NM.

I’ve worked for a Dance Studio for almost 6 years now and it’s been my dream job I love it so much, I work another job in merchandise during the day to help cover bills. I think I got into pin up when I needed something, it’s helped me bring through more self confidence and self assurance as well as bring me and a few of my girlfriends closer, they let me do their hair and make up and we play dress up and take pictures, its fun. I hope pin up will always be a part of my life.

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Pinup of the week: Miss Tamika Marie

Posted by Dee-Ann On October - 8 - 2018

My name is Tamika Marie.

I’m from southern Germany and love vintage style, mermaiding and all things Disney. I am biracial and growing up, I struggled with finding my identity. I never really felt like I fit in. I looked so different from both sides of my family. My mom introduced me to classic film musicals and I always loved the style of clothes the women wore. Especially in the 1940s and 50s. Now I love dressing in the vintage style and feel like I have come into my own and gained a lot of confidence.

Instragram: missmariemae

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Nine kisses videoshoot by “Dre en Tee videogasten”

Posted by Dee-Ann On October - 1 - 2018

Dre en Tee

With my band Dee’s Honeytones I released an album in 2017, called Wow Wow. I always had a clear image in my head of one of the songs I wrote called “Nine kisses”.

I called “Dre en Tee Video Gasten uit Rotterdam”, two Dutch men from Rotterdam, who make videoclips and promotional video’s. They already made a video for our song “I’m gone”:

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Which Pin-up Girl Are You?

Posted by Sophia Florence On September - 12 - 2018

Most people think that there’s just one kind of pinup girl. You know the red lips, winged eyeliner, Bandana, swing skirt, and all that jazz. And on your journey to finding your inner pin-up girl, you may want some elements of that look but want to spice it up a  bit. Well, you’d be surprised and to know that they’re many styles of pin-up out there. In this list, I’ll show you five types and styles of pin-ups that are sure to suit your style needs.

1. The Classic Rockabilly 

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Pinup of the week: Miss Ildaliz Montalvo

Posted by Dee-Ann On August - 6 - 2018

Photographer: Ildaliz Montalvo

Born in 1980 in Puerto Rico, love to travel. I am. Admin Assistant and HR Manager. Big fan of Marilyn Monroe.

Pinup of the week: Miss Bibi

Posted by Dee-Ann On July - 30 - 2018

Photographer: James Berry

My uniqueness as a mom, wife and teacher just in a few words shows my sweet and sassy side like a 1950’s red Chevy with red and white interior riding along in South Florida. So being a girl from the hot city of Miami of beautiful bright colors and historic locations. Finding the pinup community in South Florida gave me the chance to express my old soul for vintage and natural beauty. I have been in the pinup community for about five years and learning everyday about myself and embracing the uniqueness of the 50’s. I didn’t decide one day “hey I want to start to dress like a girl from the 50’s”. As a child my mother always told me I had an old soul and love dressing like Audrey Hepburn and Carmen Miranda (just two of the many woman I admire), but I embraced the style behind the beauty of these women into my own unique style and sass. Being a pinup mom has not changed the way I parent because my boys are free spirited, enjoy life, old music and fast cars just like their momma. Being a mom, a wife, teacher and pinup is the best gift I have received and it all comes together like the sweet topping on a delicious peach cobbler eating on a warm sunny day.

Instagram: Missbibidoll

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Slapback Johnny – Hit me up (Album review)

Posted by Dee-Ann On July - 27 - 2018

Slapback Johnny’s debut album Hit me up is out now! They have been hitting the stages since 2012, and now we can enjoy them in our very homes, cars or even at work. They have succeeded to grab their high speed energetic rockabilly together and press it into this album.

13 original songs written by Richard (drums) and Rex (Guitars), sung by Peter (double bass). Added horns by Tim Blonk, Lodewijk Reijs and A. Schouten. Piano and Hammond by R. Van Gasteren. Released by Rhythm bomb records. The cd sleeve, with a big hog head on the center, is designed by

It opens with a machine gun fire, oh no wait, it’s Richard’s drum roll starting the first song “Bombshell” an homage to the women so beautiful and sexy, they make heads turn once they enter the room. Peter’s raw voice and Rex’s guitar sound and -riffs gives us all the basic rockabilly ingredients we need.

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Pinup of the week: Kitty Kougar

Posted by Dee-Ann On July - 23 - 2018

Clear image photography

Coming from a pole dance background, this Brisbane woman ventured into the pinup scene, 3 years ago, and fell in love with the class of the era. she has been in a few pinup comps around queensland and won a special award in the talent section of miss trashy last year.

Pinup of the week: Lelah May Hula

Posted by Dee-Ann On July - 16 - 2018

Photography: Andreas Koch of @nolapus

As a New Orleanian, I have adopted a vintage, retro, rockabilly style that is right at home in a city that loves traditional jazz music, swing dancing, blues, and rock’n’roll.

I have been dancing with a group called the Nola Chorus Girls for five years, and we perform at local venues, festivals, and our many, many parades for all occasions. We wear original vintage-inspired costumes and dance to jazz and swing standards as performed by wonderful local musicians. I started hula hooping five years ago, as well, and while I’m not the most skilled, I am a pretty good hoop dancer with a few tricks up my sleeve (or around my waist, I guess!)

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Pinup of the week: Sierra Dawn

Posted by admin On July - 9 - 2018

Photo credit: Art Stoddard of Rocket 88 Photography

Hi I’m Sierra Dawn,

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Pinup of the week: Sarah Jane

Posted by Dee-Ann On July - 2 - 2018

Photographer: Beth Cocuzzi/ Pussycat Pinups

My name is Sarah Jane. I am a healthcare professional specializing in Gerontology and, currently, going for my Master’s at USC. I hope to one day become a vital part of the elder community and produce change and hope for our aging population. I’m a single mother of a 2-yr old rockstar named Dax and love all extreme outdoor activities. Hiking, running, backpacking, camping, white-water rafting, ziplining…you name it! When I’m not going getting my blood rushing, I love to sit down and read a good book and cook a good meal with some reggaeton, country, blues or rockabilly on blast.

Pinup has always been a soft spot for me and I find everything about it beautiful and creative.Every woman has the right to feel mysterious, sexy, seductive and classy.

Maureen and the Mercury 5

Posted by Dee-Ann On June - 29 - 2018

photo by marie gregorio-oviedo

Maureen, born in Detroit, raised in Ohio, went to music conservatory in New York but she calls L.A. her home now. With guitarist Scott “Seatbelt” McLean and bassist Steve Whalen, sax / guitarist, Sylvain Carton (from France) and drummer T. Alex Budrow they go by the name of Maureen and the Mercury 5. They just added a new member – Jordan Bush – like Sylvan, he plays
Sax & guitar, but he also plays keys and harmonica.

How and when did you start?

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Pinup of the week: Cha Cha Cherry

Posted by Dee-Ann On June - 25 - 2018

Model : ChaCha Cherry
Makeup: Lexy Michellet
Photography: VCV Agency
Outfit: Grandstand Fashion

ChaCha Cherry, a pin up born and raised in Miami, FL with her heart firmly planted in Havana,
Cuba puts all the magic in the Magic City with her love for glitter and all things vintage.
On her spare time, she can be found running marathons as well as working on her up coming talk show, “Chatting with Cha Cha”!
A treat you won’t want to miss!

In case you have some money left over, you have time off between October 18th and 21st 2018, you loved to watch Love Boat (a series from the seventies, you have to be that old to know that series) and you’re totally into Rockabilly music… well here’s the festival for you: The Baja Bop.

Bands like: Los Straight Jackets, Si Cranstoun, Big Sandy and his Fly-Rite Boys, Ruby Ann, Kim Lenz, D.J.’s and many more, will rock to and fro with you on full sea.

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Barrence Whitfield – Soul Flowers of Titan review

Posted by Dee-Ann On June - 18 - 2018

The second new album Soul Flowers of Titan from Boston’s Barrence Whitfield and the Savages is out on Bloodshot records. It was inspired by the cosmic outlook of Sun Ra and elaborates on the Cincinnati-based King Records and Federal Records sounds of the 1950s-’60s.

I’ve seen Barrence live a few times in the 90’s and also more recently a few years ago. He is so energetic, never a dull moment on stage with Barrence. In his voice you hear a touch of Screaming Jay Hawkins.

The album opens with a “flat tire” rhythm “Slowly Losing My Mind” supported by a sixties-ish Hammond sound and naughty trumpet solo.

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Al Dual – Blue’s Back in Town (album review)

Posted by Dee-Ann On June - 11 - 2018

Al Dual, a good looking Spanish guitarist, has been awarded the Ameripolitan Music Awards Memphis 2018, and he and his band has just been included in the prestigious rockabilly Hall Of Fame. He played with numerous artists such as Charlie Hightone (Spain), Chris Casello (USA), Ashley Kingman, Eddie Nichols, Paul Pigat (Canada), Lisa Pankratz, Mike Sánchez (UK), Sue Moreno (NL), Chan Romero & many more.

Al’s latest release in vinyl is called Blue’s Back in Town and is recorded in Sun Records Studio.

If you’d tell me Blue’s Back In Town was a 1956 record, I think I would believe it.  They really succeeded in creating that authentic sound. Remember the song “All I can do is cry” (1956) from Wayne Walker? It would fit perfectly next to the four original songs of Al Dual.

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