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Rosie Flores Biography
Rosie Flores is an American rockabilly and country, music artist. Her music blends rockabilly, honky-tonk, jazz, and Western swing along with traditional influences from her Tex-Mex heritage.
Rosie Flores Age
Rosie Flores was born in San Antonio, Texas, the United States on September 10, 1950. She is 68 years as of 2018. She is an American Citizen and is of white ethnicity. Additionally, she resides in Austin, Texas, where August 31 was declared Rosie Flores Day by the Austin City Council in 2006.
Rosie Flores Family
Flores was born in San Antonio, Texas, United States, where she lived until the age of twelve after her family moved to San Diego. Flores recalls that growing up, loving to watch musical television shows like The Dick Clark Show and Hit Parade. She began singing as a young child, and her brother, Roger, taught her to play rhythm guitar when she was a teenager.
Rosie Flores Husband
She has managed to keep her marital status off the cameras and hence there is no information about who she is dating or if she has had previous relationships.
Rosie Flores Career
Flores formed her first band, Penelope’s Children, while still in high school in California. In the 1970s, she played the San Diego nightclub circuit and was the namesake of the alt-country band Rosie and the Screamers. In the 1980s, after leaving the Screamers, she joined a “cow-punk,” all-female band called Screamin’ Sirens. The latter band produced a series of 7-inch singles and tracks for compilation albums before releasing a single full-length recording in 1987, an album called Voodoo.
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Her self-titled solo first came out on Warner Bros. and Repeated in 1987. The single, “Crying Over You”, put her on the Billboard charts for the first time. Since then, she has recorded ten additional solo albums. Flores has toured widely, appearing in the United States, Europe, Asia, and Australia, and also performing frequently in Austin, continuing into 2019.
In 1995, she joined Wanda Jackson on a coast-to-coast North American tour, and in 1997 she toured as a member of Asleep at the Wheel. She has also traveled with a concert tribute she created to honor Janis Martin. A program which she performed at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum among other places. In 2012, she was part of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s tribute to Chuck Berry. Her media appearances include Austin City Limits and Late Night with Conan O’Brien, and she had a cameo role in the 1993 film The Thing Called Love.
In addition to her work as a performer and songwriter, Flores has helped to revive the careers of female rockabilly musicians from previous generations and to create new interest in their music.
Her album Rockabilly Filly, released in 1995 on Hightone Records, included vocals from early rock and roll musicians Janis Martin and Wanda Jackson. In 2007, Flores brought Janis Martin to a recording studio in Blanco, Texas, to record what would be both Martin’s first solo album in thirty years as well as her last before her death of cancer.
After the project was turned down by a number of record labels, she raised more than $16,000 on Kickstarter to release the album, which was titled Janis Martin: The Blanco Sessions. Flores is credited as a producer. Her current guitar of choice is her James Russart SteeltopCaster. She uses Fender amplifiers and has also played Fender Telecasters, Gretsch electrics, Gibson Les Pauls, and various acoustic guitars.
Rosie Flores Net Worth
She is a rockabilly and country, music artist whose primary source of income is her usic career. Her estimated net worth is still under review but will be updated as soon as it is clear.
Rosie Flores Discography
1982: Hit City L.A. / Oh Heartache
1986: I’m Walkin’ / The End Of The World
1987: Heart Beats To A Different Drum / Somebody Loses, Somebody Wins
1987: Crying Over You
1987: Somebody Loses, Somebody Wins
1987: Crying Over You / Midnight To Moonlight
1988: One Track Memory / He Cares
1988: Brand New Heartache / Lonesome Town
1993: Honky Tonk Moon
Rosie Flores Awards
1997: she won the Academy of Country Music in
Band of the Year (touring)category for the Asleep at the Wheel in Top Vocal Group category.
2007: won Peabody Awards with the Whole Lotta Shakin’.
2014: she won Ameripolitan Music Awards in Honky Tonk Female category as herself.
She also won the Ameripolitan Music Awards in Rockabilly Female category as herself.