Go Betty Go
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Go Betty Go

Los Angeles, California, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2001 | SELF

Los Angeles, California, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2001
Band Rock Punk


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"M.U.S.E TV Interview"

M.U.S.E. Exclusive: Interview with Aixa and Nicolette Vilar of Go Betty Go

Leeane Melendez of M.U.S.E. had the great opportunity of sitting down with Aixa and Nicolette Vilar of Go Betty Go to talk about the bands new Pledge Music Campaign.

The campaign was started because Go Betty Go are working on releasing a brand new EP soon and they wanted to get there fans around the world involved in this project.

If you would like to help Go Betty Go reach there goal please click on the link below:

Go Betty Go Pledge Music Campaign:

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Host: Leeane Melendez

Filmed By: Michael Sandoval

Edited By: Michael Sandoval

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"Editorial Reviews"

Glendale, CA's Latina pop-punk quartet play punk rock and solid original songs carrying an undeniable ring of conviction. "Nothing Is More" contains themes of desperation and hope, whimsy, and dire, real-life urgency, all documenting a band at a critical point in their career, successfully combining longtime fan favorites with ambitious new techniques. This is a dazzling set that's not only impressive, it also demonstrates how GBG's mixture of pure punk rock bite and passionate messages of independence and strength has a peerless realism and quality. - Amazon


Still working on that hot first release.


Feeling a bit camera shy


When sisters Aixa and Nicolette Vilar attended Glendale High School circa 1999, they were just another pair of bored local teens who dreamed of achieving fame as rock stars. The result was their extraordinary all-Latina pop-punk band Go Betty Go, an outfit whose classic, stripped-down '77-style songs quickly established them as a popular force on the local rock circuit.

With Aixa on drums, Nicolette on the mic, the powerhouse guitar of Glendale's Betty Cisneros and bassist Michelle Rangel, Go Betty Go began a Tuesday night residency at Highland Park's Mr.T's Bowl that regularly packed in a horde of faithful fans. It was just the beginning.

Within a few short years, Go Betty Go had built a national reputation, were the subject of extremely favorable articles in numerous newspapers and magazines, did television and radio spots, earned a prominent spot on coast-to-coast punk rock road show the Warped Tour, had placed a song on the soundtrack of a Fantastic Four video game and, in 2005, released “Nothing is More,� their second album. Those Go Betty Go gals were making it, big time, and just as it seemed the band's explosive success was going to take them to the very height of the business, Nicolette did the unthinkable, right in the middle of their tour with MxPx: She quit the band.

Seven years later, and almost as abruptly, comes the equally stunning news that Nicolette and the band are reuniting once again. While Go Betty Go continued performing, with vocalist Emily Wynne-Hughes and bassist Phil Buckman, the group has been on informal hiatus for two years.

It's safe to assume that quite a few local music fans remember Go Betty Go, and this reunion should be pure pleasure. The band's creative, passionate, bilingual pop punk is loaded with appeal, and their reunion to the music scene gives them the chance to pick up where they left off.

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