Rebekah Pulley was born in Anchorage, Alaska and began playing the guitar at the age of fifteen. She was encouraged and inspired by her father Wallace Pulley, a full time country-western musician. Wallace played, recorded and traveled the country with among others, early rock-a-billy pioneer Charlie Ryan of \'Hot Rod Lincoln\' fame. Rebekah\'s grandmother, Ollie Pauline, traveled and played the upright bass with Tennessee Ernie Ford and such performers of the day. It\'s no wonder that by the time Rebekah was born most of her childhood memories were from a Winnebago. Her parents soon stopped performing on the road - but old habits die hard and traveling would always be a part of their lives.
Leaving home at 17, Rebekah began journeying the country on her own. In 1999 she landed in Madeira Beach, Florida with no money and no acquaintances. She started working odd jobs in restaurants and while awaiting her first paycheck she fished in the Gulf of Mexico for food with a pole found in her tiny apartment closet.
With the lure of good money, she soon found herself working at the local Gentleman\'s Clubs as an exotic dancer. On her nights off she would hone her live musical performances through the open mics offered at the coffee shops and bars. Rebekah eventually came to the realization that she just wasn\'t a \'hustler\' at heart and quit dancing for a new career in music.
She has since etched out her groove in the music scene by developing her own unique rootsy-folk-pop sound and fan base. As a notable singer and songwriter she has garnered numerous awards and attention whether performing solo or with her band, The Reluctant Prophets.