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Lady K Loves V2 Pencil Skirt: Win A V2 Of Your Colour Choice!

Posted by Dee-Ann On September - 1 - 2014

 LKL V2 Wintermint webLady K Loves V2 Pencil Skirt In This Seasons Hottest Colours

Summer has flown by and Autumn is creeping in; crisp cold air, fallen golden leaves and dark evenings are approaching. It’s time to transition from your Summer Wardrobe to your Autumn Wardrobe and Lady K Loves has the perfect essential every office girl will love. The V2 Pencil Skirt.


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Lady K Loves sponsors Miss Pinup UK

Posted by Dee-Ann On August - 20 - 2014

pin upLady K Loves is excited to be sponsoring Miss Pinup UK 2014. Hosted at the 10th International London Tattoo Convention, 26th-28th September 2014, the most respected and prestigious Tattoo convention in the world. Tickets to the convention, at Tobacco Docks London, are priced from £20 to £55, purchased through their website
What is Miss Pinup UK? Miss Pinup UK is a competition hosted by, that is aimed at women, over 18, who embody timeless glamour and pin up appeal. It is an exciting and not to be missed event that showcases and applauds glamour and beauty in all its glorious forms irrespective of size, age and colour. Along with Miss Pinup UK, will also be hosting Miss Pinup International over the weekend. This year’s entrants for Miss Pinup UK have a diverse set of special talents, from burlesque dancers, a cartoon animator, a make up artist, radio DJ, and HGV mechanic. At Miss Pinup UK all entrants will perform their special talent to the audience for judging.

Along with the Pinup Contest and special talents performances, there will also be burlesque and cabaret acts throughout the weekend on the stage. This is a great opportunity to see top quality burlesque in the flesh.

If you want to see plenty of pin up glamour, a variety of cool and quirky performances, a selection of rockabilly and vintage fashion to admire, and lots of fun then Miss Pinup UK is the event to attend.

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Showgirl Adventure: Rockabilly Queens!

Posted by RubyJoule On March - 23 - 2012

Readers of this column will remember that at last post, yours truly was in the running to perform at the Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekender coming up in April.  Well, thanks to you and a score of supportive friends and fans, I was voted into one of the few performance spots!  Endless thanks go out to all of you who voted– the race was so close, and every single vote mattered.

One time in Vegas... Ruby Joule, by Don Spiro

The pressure isn’t off yet though; the real competition hasn’t even begun!  You see, this burlesque show will feature the eight finalists competing for the big ol’ title of “Miss Viva Las Vegas 2012.”  I wanted to get the real low-down on what it takes to land this award, so I met up for cyber-cocktails with some of the previous winners.

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Posted by Dee-Ann On March - 6 - 2012


Producers of the New Orleans Burlesque Documentary Are Offering a Grand Prize of A Trip for Two to New Orleans and a Chance to Perform With Slow Burn Burlesque and the stars of Save Our Soul At Howlin’ Wolf in July 2012
Save Our Souls is the provocative new documentary from director Mike Sanchez, which gives a raw and intimate glimpse of the neo-burlesque scene in New Orleans in the months after Hurricane Katrina through the eyes of the performers of the Slow Burn Burlesque troupe.

Personal interviews with the artists strip away the glitter and lashes, revealing the humanity of the art-form that calls this broken city “home.” As New Orleans rebuilds, the stories and the performances of Slow Burn unfold for Sanchez’s camera, playing out to a hand-picked rock ‘n roll score, which features music from The Yelling and Russian Mafia band Debauche.

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Showgirl Adventure: Making the Best of it!

Posted by RubyJoule On February - 2 - 2012

My second grade teacher told us, “If you don’t have the best of everything, make the best of everything you have.”  Some may find this a tired cliché, but this idea took hold in my 7 year old mind and has been with me ever since.  As a burlesque showgirl, I am in the business of making the best, and presenting the best of myself on stage, in photos, and in general.

photo by Chris Gomez

You’re probably familiar with the trappings of showgirl glamour; fishnet stockings, fake lashes, big hair, red lips… but what about the inner workings of a showgirl that carry her through the craziest of situations?  Burlesque performers often find themselves facing a variety of stages, crowds, and venues– from big beautiful theatres to dimly lit dive bars, and everything in between.  For the sake of sanity and beauty, it is of utmost importance to make the best of things. Always.  This skill is perhaps the most important accessory a showgirl can possess.

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Contest results

Posted by Miriam On August - 1 - 2011

We’ve held a little contest on Rockabilly-online a couple of weeks ago, on the occasion of the book review of “Rockabilly; The twang heard ‘round the world”.
On behalf of Eventageous PR Ltd, we can give away 2 copies of this beautiful Rockabilly book.
We’re glad we’ve got lots of enthusiastic response and from the correct entries, two winners are drawn.
The correct answers are:
1-      December 4 , 1956
2-      Gibson ES-295
3-      Johnny Cash 
he lucky winners are: Miss Joannie Honig and Mr. Franky de Block.
Congratulations and enjoy this fantastic book!
The winners have received a personal message.
For those who really want to have this book in their collection, you can place your order here:

Rockabilly: the twang heard ’round the world

Posted by Miriam On July - 7 - 2011

We’ve got a request by Eventageous PR Ltd on behalf of MBI Publishing Company (of Voyageur Press) with the question if we want to make a review about the recently published book  “Rockabilly, the twang heard ‘round the world”.
Now there are several books published about rockabilly, rock ’n roll and the heroes of this time, but this book is really fantastic! Indeed an illustrated history, very stylish and graphic.
The book contains interviews and reminiscences from Brian Setzer, Wanda Jackson, Scotty Moore, Deke Dickerson, Robert Gordon, Charlie Feathers, Glen Glenn, Billy Riley etc.
More than 600 rare photographs, concert posters, singles and LP’s, memorabilia and collectibles. It doesn’t only describes the history and background of those days and artists, but it also includes looks at the fashions, guitars, amps, and recording techniques that made the genre come alive, as well as the latter day rockers (Sleepy LaBeef, The Stray Cats, The Cramps, etc.) who gave it life after the ‘50s.
The author of this hardcover book is Michael Dregni , with the cooperation of Greil Marcus, Craig Morrison, David McGee, Luc Sante and many more. The foreword is written by Rock ‘n Roll legend Sonny Burgess. The book has eight different chapters, below a brief summary:
Chapter 1: Sunrise; Elvis Presley at Sun Records 1954-1955.
Chapter 2: Whole lotta shakin’; Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison and Jerry Lee Lewis.
Chapter 3: Sun’s unsung rockabilly heroes; those who would be king.
Chapter 4: Rockabilly far and wide; local stars, regional hits.
Chapter 5: Gene and Eddie.
Chapter 6: The dark ages of the 1960s; rockabilly lives on in the shadows.
Chapter 7: Rockabilly, european style; twang with a foreign accent.
Chapter 8: Rave on; the worldwide rockabilly revival.

Even those who aren’t fans of the rockabillly genre would love this book, but when you’re a true rockabilly? Then you need this book!
We give you the opportunity to have this book in your collection. On behalf of Eventageous PR Ltd we’ll have two copies available for our website visitors. We’ve devised a little contest, consisting of three questions.
The answers to these questions can naturally be found in the book, but the real ‘die-hards’ know these facts undoubtedly.  

Question 1: what is the date (exact day and year) of the famous Sun-recordings of the Million Dollar Quartet?

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Contest: Battle of the Rocking at the Drive-in-barn 2011!

Posted by Dee-Ann On December - 7 - 2010

Rocking at the Drive in Barn is a quite big event in Belgium, that is held every year in august. An audience of 1200 people, visited this rock and roll/ oldtimer event last year and that number is increasing every year.  A lot of bands would love to shine on one of the stages, but not every band is chosen. Therefor….

2 New rockabilly/hillbilly Bands get the chance to prove themselves before an audience.The band who gets the most votes will get a contract to play on the Saturday the next year (with payment) as opening-band.

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Rockabella’s Inc. calendar for free!

Posted by Dee-Ann On November - 14 - 2010
Rockabella’s Inc.

The Rockabella Models Agency has released her 2011 Calendar. It will presented to the world at the Rockabella event: We keep the Glamour Alive on November 14th 2010, in Breda The Netherlands.

To celebrate this release: The Rockabella gives away 3 free 2011 calendars!

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