Working Girls Guitar is the truest Rosie Flores recording I’ve ever produced. For the first time, I’ve handled playing all guitar parts, arranging the songs, choosing the material and writing with a conceptual idea in mind. This recording reveals the history of my love for music, from Elvis to Bobby Vee to Surf Music, R&B, Beatles, Stones, to Country Blues and Rock and Roll. It’s all here for the taking.
I’m a big fan of modern Americana art, and Jon Langford is one of my favorite artists. Langford is an original punk and has always stayed true to those ethics, which is apparent in his musical, visual and theatrical performance art. It’s hard to pick just one of his pictures, but this intimate painting of […]
I love Tony Fitzpatrick’s mixed media collage work. If you look closely, you’ll see parts of vintage matchbooks, baseball cards, and printed text. My current favorite is Motor Gypsy Comet Grease. Check out his blog, where he shares also his inspiration, behind the work.
Janis Martin was an American rockabilly and country music singer. She was one of the few women working in the male-dominated rock and roll music scene during the 1950s and an early female innovator. In 1995, Martin appeared on my Rockabilly Filly album. We recorded an unreleased album together six months before her death. These […]