Top 15 youTube Rockin' Gals

There seem to be more female performers on the rockin' scene now than ever before and to quote one of the greatest, Barbara Pittman, they're getting better all the time. Here's 15 hot performances with apologies to any I've missed out.

Marti Brom - Black Cadillac
To me, still the cream of the crop, Marti Brom gives a scorching version from the 10th Rockabilly Rave in March 2005.

Vicky Tafoya - Why Do Fools Fall In Love
With her backing band, the Big Beat, live at The Rhythm Riot 2004. With a voice to match her look, she's the Marie Adams of the new Millennium.

Cari Lee & The Saddle-Ites - Eenie Meenie Miney Mo
Hot version with great sound. I love these country-girl outfits.

Catslappin' Crissy - Rock My Baby
New one on me but goes like the clappers.

Miss Mary Ann & the Ragtime Wranglers - Watchdog
Miss Mary Ann shows off her great vocals at the Hi-Rockabilly Festival in Calafell, Spain in September 2004.

Imelda May - Johnny's Got A Boom Boom
From the Old Joint Stock Theatre in Birmingham, April 2008, Imelda hypnotises with her band that includes hubby Darrel Higham and the great Al Gare on bass.

Josie Kreuzer - Good Time Girl
Always enjoyable, but where is Josie Kreuzer these days?

Kim Lenz - The Swing
Great cover of my favourite Johnny Carroll song from the Hollywood Showdown 8.

Lil Esther and her Tinstars - Rock Boppin Baby
The Edwin Bruce bopper get's a fitting tribute from the wonderful Lil Esther at the Rockers Club Festival 2008.

Honeycats - Happy Hour
The Japanese rockaphillies cover the old Housemartins song.

Eva Eastwood - Shake This Shack
The Swede recorded on stage at Hemsby 2006

Sue Moreno - Believe What You Say
More than just a pretty face, Sue Moreno gives a hot performance of the Ricky Nelson number at the 2007 Rockabilly Rave. Did I mention hot?

Ruby Ann & Eddie Clendening - Hoy Hoy
Duet from the New Years Party 2008 at the Amsterdam Cruise Inn. They burn up the Collins Kid classic with two dymanic guitar solos from Eddie Clendening.

The Southerners
Hot and sweaty might in an Anaheim juke joint in 2007.

Ranch Girls & the Ragtime Wranglers - Way Down Yonder in New Orleans
The much-missed Ranch Girls from a gig at a big jukebox fair in Holland in May 2002.

Shaun Mather
April 2008.

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