Pearlz NEWZ:

HOT FUN IN THE SUMMERTIME!    Our next public show will be at the Preservation Beer Company (75 North Main St, Fairport) on Saturday, June 29th from 7:00 to 10:00 PM.
This will be our very first performance at The Preservation Company, so please come out and help us introduce them to The Pearlz Band!

And new shows are frequently being added, so please visit our SHOWS page for our full 2024 schedule.   We will do our best to post any schedule changes on our Website and FaceBook page at least three hours before our scheduled Showtime.  
PEARLZ ON YOU TUBE!    Check out The Pearlz Band You Tube Channel for videos of our live shows.   Hit SUBSCRIBE in YouTube - totally FREE! - and you'll be notified of any new videos!  
NANCY IN ROC55 MAGAZINE!    Roc55 is a print and online magazine designed for adults 55 and over in the Rochester area. It features articles on health, leisure, and profiles of local people. The March-April 2024 issue features a write up of our own Nancy Drum. Check it out here: Nancy featured in Roc55!
NANCY AND THE BEYONCE CONNECTION    The online magazive teenVOGUE has a feature article this month about Beyonce's new country album and the history of Black artists in Country music. About halfway through, there's a section titled The Black Country artists before Beyonce , and right below that is a picture of our own Nancy Drum with Country legend Lesley Riddle!
  Check it out here: Nancy in teenVOGUE   Who knew we'd ever have a Beyonce connection?
Lesley Riddle was one of the most influential figures in early country music. He taught Mother Maybelle Carter (Johnny Cash's mother-in-law) his unique picking style, and years later he met Nancy and also taught HER as well, and they became lifelong friends.   In 2020, Nancy wrote a short article about it for The Birthplace Of Country Music Museum in Bristol Tennessee/Virginia.   The Museum now features an exhibit about Nancy's friendship with Lesley Riddle!
You can view it here:  Nancy and The Lesley Riddle Connection     
Nancy is featured in the Hall's NEWS blog: Rochester Musician Makes History