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“Retro, breathy, buzzy, hazy, dreamy, fuzzy, sexy, kitty music.”
“The 4th Annual Pink Trash Ball, presented by Women Rock For The Cure™ (WRFTC) took place on May 3 at downtown Nashville’s Mercy Lounge. The fuchsia-themed fundraiser, which featured a designer fashion show and high-energy live music, helped bring awareness to breast cancer and raised over $6,000 for WRFTC’s initiatives. Betsey Johnson Nashville kicked off the event with several survivors and other models strutting down the catwalk. Dancing soon ensued as Tiffany performed “I Saw Him Standing There,” “Could’ve Been” and her legendary hit “I Think We’re Alone Now.” The Voice’s Brian Fuente, Nashville pop-rock firestarters Baby Daggers, indie rock band Black Market Research and Jason Aldean touring partner DeeJay Silver also took the stage. For more information visit WomenRockForTheCure.org ”
“Closet Case Vintage Fall/Winter 2011 Look book - featuring local nashville darlings. Watch the Video!”
"Sultry and smart-ass, intelligent and whimsical, Danelle Phillips (Baby Daggers) is poised as pop-rock's new firestarter. She's got the energetic effervescence of Hayley Williams, the raucous ferocity of Mia Zapata and the lurid lyrical gleam of an all-American Siouxsie and the Banshees. Her music is retro-inspired and revolutionary. Honestly, I've never heard anything like her before. Her grooves are contagious." -- Jennifer Chancellor, music critic, Tulsa (Okla.) World