In 2012 Peggy Sugarhill gathered a strong all-girl band around her that rocks everything away. Peggy followed her desire to combine her music with the language of her homeland Cologne and her band was immediately on fire. The city greeted the girls gratefully because such a project had never been heard before. Ever since Peggy Sugarhill first played her new rockabilly "op Kölsch" [in Kölsch] on stage with the spectacular girls from Rockemarieche back in 2014, she has turned the Cologne music scene upside-down. Her songs are inspired by Chuck Berry and Beyoncé and there are hints of pop, rock'n'roll and country music all sang in Cologne's dialect Kölsch. This combination works brilliantly—even beyond the Rhine area, as was proved when they opened for the German band Kasalla on their Germany tour 2017.