Rebekah Del Rio Official Website

Photo J. Boll for Festival of Disruption NYC

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Singer/songwriter Rebekah Del Rio, as seen in David Lynch’s “Mulholland Drive”, is well known for her unique style which is perhaps best represented in her signature song, the wrenchingly beautiful ballad “Llorando”, a Spanish-language version of Roy Orbison’s “Crying,” As seen in Twin Peaks The Return Episode 10 "No Stars" by Rebekah, John Neff and David Lynch, himself, Rebekah continues to take the listener to that other world of dreams.

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Twin Peaks Festival Snoqualmie, Washington State

July 12 - 14

Rebekah Del Rio Music

"NO STARS' Rebekah Del Rio / John Neff / David Lynch Twin Peaks Ep. 10 Roadhouse Scene 

Language of Love / Love Hurts Love Heals

Language of Love Rebekah Del Rio / Rob Hoffman

As heard and seen in the new Mark Jackson film "This Teacher" LA Film Festival Best Film 2018. Love Hurts Love Heals song by Rebekah Del Rio / Heather Holley / Dave Eggar / Dina Fanai / Chuck Palmer (Featuring Johnny Walsh on Trumpet)

El Amor

El Amor written by Rebekah Del Rio and Lissi Ortiz for Rebekah's Love Hurts Love Heals album released 11/11/11 in honor of Rebekah's son Phillip C. DeMars who lost his battle with cancer in 2009. El Amor. Forever 11:11 


DAMNED! Rebekah Del Rio / Heather Holley Directed by Marco Bizzarro ITALY

llorando live

Rebekah sings "Llorando" live.

LLorando for a great cause The David Lynch Foundation

Rebekah closes the Festival of Disruption with "Llorando" 2015

About PCDF and Rebekah's Son Phillip

Since 2013, The Phillip C. DeMars Foundation has devoted its energy to passionately advocating for children in under-represented areas of our City of Angels. Find out how you can contribute to the future of someone in need through donations of your artistic talents, funds and time. .

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