Rosie Flores, rockabilly and roots music legend, is currently touring, performing, writing, and recording her unique style of Americana music with microphones from Electro-Voice.
Rosie currently lives in Austin, Texas and has been busy writing her non-fiction book, “Wacky Truckstop Candy and Road Stories,“ which will be published in 2008. She will begin working on a brand new CD of guitar driven originals this winter. Rosie, along with Bobby Trimble (Flyrite Boy Extraordinaire), recently co-produced an album of brand-new recordings by the late rockabilly legend Janis Martin. The songs were chosen by Janis along with Rosie and Bobby. Fortunately, the recording was completed before Janis’ untimely passing on September 3. Rosie and Bobby are currently shopping for the perfect label for Janis’ last recordings. To check out some tracks visit Janis Martin on MySpace.
Rosie has also just finished an 11-song album with her friend and musical partner Katy Moffatt, produced by songwriter Wendy Waldman in her Los Angeles studio.