When Rock ‘N’ Roll casts a fond eye back to its roots, it will always remember the blond rockabilly bombshell, Sparkle Moore, who was the rockin’ female icon during its infancy. Sparkle was honored on September 5, 2010, by induction into the Iowa Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, where they recognized her early pioneer status by proclaiming her the ‘Queen of Rockabilly.’ She started her rock ‘n’ roll journey in 1955 in Omaha, Nebraska, and became known for her 1955-1959 rockabilly music.
For over forty decades, her primary musical focus has been on writing, arranging, singing (all the voices), playing, and recording songs sound-over-sound in her home studio. Her music is unique, and covers a broad spectrum of material both in style and content. If you like variety, originality, and totally independent artistry, with compelling subject matter, her recordings are a “must-have”. The songs were mastered from her home recordings. In addition, they are collector’s items. This American rock ‘n’ roll pioneer is one of a kind and has no competition. Her recordings are all-original.
“OLD KATS NEVER DIE -- THEY JUST KEEP ON PURR-R-IN‘!”