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Dressy Bessy was formed in 1997 in Denver, Colorado. A chance meeting between singer Tammy Ealom, bass player Rob Greene and original drummer, Darren Albert formed a trio and soon after, The Apples in stereo guitarist John Hill joined the band. 1999 saw the release of Dressy Bessy’s critically acclaimed debut Pink Hearts Yellow Moons, immortalized in director Jamie Babbit’s indie classic film “But I’m A Cheerleader.” In 2000 Dressy Bessy recorded a cover of the song “Bubbles”, originally by The Free Design, for The Powerpuff Girls: Heroes and Villains soundtrack. 2003's Dressy Bessy caught the ear of John Peel resulting in a Dressy Bessy performance at the BBC for Peel's legendary Peel Sessions. In the same year the band made their network television debut on Last Call with Carson Daly. In 2005, Ken Tucker reported for NPR on Dressy Bessy’s Electrified album in a head-to-head review with Coldplay’s X&Y. Tucker proclaimed Dressy Bessy a "much more effective pleasure machine...” “Side 2” from the same album appeared on the soundtrack to the teen hit "She’s The Man," starring Amanda Bynes. The band also landed an appearance on Late Night with Conan O’Brien in August 2005. The "Summer Singles" collection by Dressy Bessy follows the band's 2008 album HollerandStomp.
Dressy Bessy has been releasing the digital “Summer Singles” series through the summer of 2012. Volume 1 & 2 are available for free download at dressybessy.com.