Billy Joe Burnette, who co-wrote the country music trucking tearjerker “Teddy Bear,” started out as a a Roanoke Valley rockabilly cat. He was last here during the 2009 Blue Ridge Folklife Festival, in part to help celebrate the release of the CD box set “Virginia Rocks: The History of Rockabilly in the Commonwealth.” Burnette put on a strong performance that day. I sure wish we had videotaped it. But here’s a little sample of Burnette singing some karaoke while hanging on a Carnival Cruise ship in the Caribbean — it’s not his own “Teddy Bear,” but the song that Elvis Presley made famous. Vid quality isn’t the best, but even just messing around, Burnette still has it going on. Looks like he has a groupie, too.