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July 3, 1998 | JOHN ROOS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
With her appealing growl-of-a-voice and rhythm guitar leading the way, singer-songwriter Kim Lenz and her three-piece Jaguars are the latest act creating a stir in rockabilly. Though she is only 30, this talented artist is no pretender; she understands the rock-solid roots of rockabilly. In fact, Lenz is such a traditionalist she recorded her debut album, "Kim Lenz and Her Jaguars" (HighTone/HMG), live in the studio on one-track in mono sound.
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September 8, 2012 | By Randy Lewis
“Rockabilly filly” Rosie Flores returned to her Southland stamping ground Wednesday for the unveiling of a project obviously near and dear to her heart, “The Blanco Sessions” album she produced for '50s rockabilly singer and songwriter Janis Martin. The album comes out Sept. 18, but showcasing the material Martin sang for her first new recording in more than two decades falls to Flores. Shortly after working on the album in 2007 with Flores, Martin, then 67, learned she had cancer, and died a few months later.
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September 8, 2012 | By Randy Lewis
“Rockabilly filly” Rosie Flores returned to her Southland stamping ground Wednesday for the unveiling of a project obviously near and dear to her heart, “The Blanco Sessions” album she produced for '50s rockabilly singer and songwriter Janis Martin. The album comes out Sept. 18, but showcasing the material Martin sang for her first new recording in more than two decades falls to Flores. Shortly after working on the album in 2007 with Flores, Martin, then 67, learned she had cancer, and died a few months later.
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July 3, 1998 | JOHN ROOS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
With her appealing growl-of-a-voice and rhythm guitar leading the way, singer-songwriter Kim Lenz and her three-piece Jaguars are the latest act creating a stir in rockabilly. Though she is only 30, this talented artist is no pretender; she understands the rock-solid roots of rockabilly. In fact, Lenz is such a traditionalist she recorded her debut album, "Kim Lenz and Her Jaguars" (HighTone/HMG), live in the studio on one-track in mono sound.
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January 16, 2003 | Heidi Siegmund Cuda
Dragstrip 66 gala is a 10 Dragstrip 66 hit a milestone on Saturday night. The monthly drag club held in Silver Lake at Rudolpho's celebrated its 10th anniversary with a line out the door that extended to Glendale! And speaking of Glendale, the Scene Bar on Wednesdays is the place to be, as DJ Sam Velde from L.A. rock band Bluebird soars with rock and punk. Catch Bluebird at the Knitting Factory Friday night, as it celebrates its new album, "Hot Blood."
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August 21, 1999 | MIKE BOEHM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Big Sandy & His Fly-Rite Boys have a big gig coming that will give them a chance to chirp with the Crickets and meet a Beatle. The roots-rock and western swing band from Anaheim is booked to play at Paul McCartney's annual Buddy Holly tribute concert, Sept. 7 (which would have been Holly's 61st birthday) at the Roseland Ballroom in New York City.
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June 28, 2000
MAIN ATTRACTIONS CLASSIC CARREY The Cinemax SummerScreen Outdoor Film Festival continues with "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective," Tom Shadyac's 1994 comedy about a gumshoe (Jim Carrey) tracking down the Miami Dolphins' mascot, at Huntington Beach Pier Plaza, Pacific Coast Highway and Main Street. Dusk. Free. (714) 374-1657. LATE-NIGHT BLUES 2,000 Lbs. of Blues plays at the Renaissance Dana Point, 24701 Del Prado. 8 p.m. Free. (949) 661-6003.
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