Check out this throwback video from 2017, posted to Colby’s Twitter page. In it, a young Memphis takes the stage with other high schoolers at School of Rock Chicago. She sings a rendition of a Regina Spektor song in a beautifully haunting voice, accompanying herself on the piano.
“My amazing daughter Memphis playing piano and singing a @respektor song with @SOR_Chicago today. I’m so proud of her,” the “American Pickers” star captioned the post.
We’re not sure if Memphis got her gorgeous voice from her mother or not, but we certainly know that’s where she got her looks. The two look almost identical, especially in recent Instagram pics from both women.
Memphis recently posted this stunning, colorful snap from a modeling photoshoot. In it, we see the bright green eyes she and Colby share, as well as that soft, secretive smile.
Compare it to this picture of the “American Pickers” star. The two definitely share a lot of features, as well as an interest in modeling more burlesque clothes and poses. Colby even has her own striptease-themed blog, “Stripping History,” where she explores the history of women and sex.
‘American Pickers Star Danielle Colby Talks Her Art and Antique Shop
Recently, “American Pickers” star Danielle Colby sat down with the talk show “You and Me This Morning” to discuss her antique shop.
Although the name of the shop is 4 Miles 2 Memphis, the store itself is located right in the middle of Wicker Park, in Chicago.
When Colby started up the shop, she’d already started working with Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz on “American Pickers.” And though she loved the historical components of the show and finding the next lead on a pick, there was still something missing.
“When you’re an artist, you wake up every day. And every day that you don’t create, you tend to kind of fall a little bit into this black hole,” Colby explained on the show. “You just don’t feel like you’re doing what you were meant to do. And as wonderful as ‘Pickers’ is, there was that element that kind of, you know escaped me every day. And at some point, Mike just looked at me and said…’You need to create! If you’re not creating, you’re not really Danielle. So you…need to create.'”
And that’s exactly what she did. She started up 4 Miles 2 Memphis, focusing on repurposing as much as selling antiques. That way, she could channel her own creative energy into the things she found and sold. Check out the shop for yourself below.