ELECTRONIC PRESS KIT

The NYC-based glam rock band The Fabulous Entourage features a catchy, raucous sound that references New Wave pop, early punk, Motown, and 70's rock operas. They are currently unsigned and actively seeking representation.

"A youthful quintet of punk-popsters hell-bent on
bringing theatrics back to rock-and-roll."
The New Yorker


"Freaky boy-girl art-punk sensations."
LA Weekly

Click HERE to see the caricature of us that
recently ran in The New Yorker...


Above: The Fabulous Entourage plays a sold-out show at CMJ 2005!



Sex Bomb
KEEP ON MOVING (REVOLUTION)
A high-energy, relentlessly catchy rocker with a killer hook. Crank up your stereo and shake it.


 
OUT OF BEER

A driving new wave tune about that most upsetting of dilemmas: the lack of beer.
 

MIDNIGHT COWBOY
A bouncy electro dance track with tight female harmonies and cheeky eighties references.

   
THEME SONG
That's right: we have a theme song. It's a sunny, seventies-inflected party in your ears, complete with a full horn section and raucous girl/boy vocals.

Theme Song  


PERRY'S DREAM

A rollicking soft-shoe with a sprightly sound but darkly cynical lyrics. It's like a Gene Kelly movie, but on crack.



ALL ABOUT THE ENTOURAGE:

The Fabulous Entourage has been described as a combination of "art-house punk and sugar-coated pop" by The New York Press. Compared to Devo (by The New York Times) and The Scissor Sisters (by Paper Magazine), they serve up exuberant, irrepressibly glam New Wave rock, infused with lush Motown-inspired vocal arrangements, throbbing dance beats, and equal doses of sunshine and melodrama. They've earned a cult following for their over-the-top live shows, incorporating extravagant costumes and theatrical elements. They've played to sold-out crowds at such venues as Joe's Pub, The Knitting Factory, Bowery Ballroom, The Whitney Biennial, and LA's Viper Room among others.

* Their self-produced album Play Nice Now was released in April 2006, mixed by producer Tim O'Heir. The eleven-track disk includes guest performances from members of the bands The Toilet Boys, The Hazzards, and Jesus H. Christ. Paper Magazine calls it "Entrancing!"

For more information, contact Travis Chamberlain at 646-241-7045.

Visit our website at www.fabulousentourage.com

Email info@fabulousentourage.com

Click here to download a press kit PDF.