The Fabulous Entourage
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The Fabulous Entourage

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The best kept secret in music



“[Their album Play Nice Now] is entrancing… it's as if the Scissor Sisters and Hedwig got together to cover old Meat Loaf songs. In other words, it's absolutely fabulous."
- Paper Magazine

"live shows rule"

"Their live shows kick butt!" - AM New York


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

"new wave"

"Over-the-top glam rock art...
a New York cult band (known) for their
extravagant new wave shows." - Citysearch

"Village Voice"

"Their music commands attention!" - Village Voice

"boy-girl art-punk"

"Freaky boy-girl art-punk sensations!" - Los Angeles Weekly

"neat little package"

"I listened in awe as they managed to craftily place pop and du-wop, new-wave, funk and rock in a neat little package and tied it with a string of melodic harmonized vocals (courtesy of those two sultry back-up singers). Compelling and creative music!" - Sugarzine


Their self-produced album PLAY NICE NOW was released in April 2006. Noted producer Tim O’Heir (Radio 4, Hole, Stellastar, Sebadoh) mixed the disc, and members of the bands Theo & The Skyscrapers, The Hazzards, and Jesus H. Christ make special guest appearances. Paper Magazine calls it "Entrancing."


Feeling a bit camera shy


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 B52's (by LA Splash Magazine), this keyboard/ bass/ drum trio, joined by two Supremes-style female vocalists, has forged a reputation for lush arrangements, throbbing beats, and glam-rock theatrics. 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, and LA's Viper Room, and they were featured in the 2006 Whitney Biennial.