Born in North Carolina, BeeDee got her first start in music singing in the Baptist choir, but from the first time she heard her grand-daddy play clawhammer banjo and imitate a train whistle on his harmonica, her soul was captured by the raw sounds of hillbilly music. After moving with the family to Indiana where her dad had picked up a job as head of the music library at Ball State University, she later transplanted herself to New England. Today she is based in Massachusetts, where she can be found consorting with various honkytonk and rockabilly characters. This, her first CD, will please both the fans of Wanda Jackson style female rockabilly and the lovers of the Ronnie Dawson and Planet Rockers sound. 12 of her own compositions and just one cover on which she's backed by rockin' music aces such as Graham Tichy (Bones Maki & The Sundodgers), Jeff Potter and Mark Camsjager (Lustre Kings) to name just a few. Betsy-Dawn Williams will surely become one of the leaders of female rockabilly music in the USA, just give her a few months.
1-Too Many Words 2-Lurlene Can't Read 3-This Feelin' Called Love 4-Wrong Again 5-Outerspace Motorspace Scooter Machine 6-When We're On The Street 7-Get It Off Your Mind 8-So Say 9-Walkin' & Talkin' 10-Can't You See 11-Winter Loser 12-Lucky World 13-Why Doncha Call (2004/EL TORO) 13 tracks - US Girlie Rockabilly & Hillbilly at its finest ! will please cowboys & rockers alike