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11 Fun Songs (LP. 2001)
Domain if the Snakes (LP. 2002)
Songs from the Basement WTUL Compliation (2003)
Flea Bites (EP. 2003)
GYB: The First Power (LP. 2004)


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Try Glorybee, 3 friends who play fun music together in New Orleans, their home. Glorybee released their first self-produced album “11 Fun Songs” in January 2002. Their second album “Domain of the Snakes” was released in September 2002. Just out is “The Prettiest Girl” a mini CD and comic book. “GYB: the first power” was released to great press reviews in June 2004.

Glorybee is a fun band for local fans and people just passing through. After a peek into a Glorybee show, townies and out-of-towners alike are compelled to enter and experience a real party. The music is children’s circus hip-hop or candy-coated cheerleader nightmares.

Each live show is different, offering a brand new fun night out even for Glorybee veterans, with homemade costumes, cupcakes, gummi brains, and gummi hamburgers. Koontamata, the Dancing Thai Chef, joins Glorybee on stage, cooking and serving free vegetarian Thai delights during the show. With drum tracks, keyboards, bells, bass, and balloon popping, Glorybee’s live shows are a laugh festival. The audience is often asked to participate by playing party horns and slide whistles. At the show, play Maw Maw’s Lucky Ducks, an exciting carnival game where everyone’s a winner!

Glorybee performs at many different clubs in New Orleans including the Howlin' Wolf and El Matador, and tour around the country. They visited the Mercury Lounge and made a well-received debut at Ville Platte, Louisiana’s annual Smoked Meat Festival.

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Hometown: New Orleans, Louisiana USA

Music: Electronic pop and circus variety songs

Discography: 11 Fun Songs: January 2002
Domain of the Snakes: September 2002
Songs from the Basement, WTUL compilation, 2003
The Prettiest Girl: December 2003
GYB: the first power: June 2004

Local Venues: Howlin’ Wolf, Mermaid Lounge, Circle Bar

Tours: Never Been North of Arkansas Tour, March 2002 (east coast)
Smoked Meat Festival and Points East Tour, summer 2002
Maw-Maw’s Lucky Ducks Comes to Texas Tour, summer 2003
Georgia Versus Florida Tour, August 2003
The Show is the Rainbow Midwest Tour, Spring 2004

Members: Lord Hoffa, Ville Platte, La: vocals, emcee, keyboards
Nastie Burga’kang, MD, Welsh, La: bass, vocals, bells, keyboards, balloons
Master Boink, Baton Rouge, La: keyboards, programming, drums, horns

Press: OffBeat Magazine, Dec. 2002, album review
Southern Woman Magazine, Nov. 2002: feature: Dual-ing musicians: rockers moonlight at serious day jobs
The Vox, Sept. 2002: Nastie Burga’kang Loses It
Gambit Weekly, Jan. 22, 2003: Live Wires: the currents of New Orleans’ Electronic Music Scene
The Vox, Fall 2003: Koontama, Thai Chef of the Month
OffBeat Magazine, June 2004, album review
Where Y’at Magazine, June 2004, album review
Antigravity Magazine, June 2004, cover story

Contact: Booking by Infectious Publicity (504) 486-4505
Band: (504) 943-2250