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Glam pop/rock - 60s girl group with a modern twist
Witches In Bikinis combines beach party and low-budget horror flick themes into a unique rock ‘n roll experience. Group is composed of stunning female vocalists wearing black bikinis and neon wigs, backed by a solid three piece band. Brewed in a cauldron in Brooklyn, NY, our original tunes with memorable lyrics and melodies have been haunting brains since Oct. 2005. Group’s sound is reminiscent of 60’s girl groups, Rocky Horror and B-52’s. All ages. Featured in NYC Halloween Parade and Fangoria Sirius Radio.
What fans have to say...
"A bevy of beauties in bikinis...you're real singers, you're real dancers obviously...you're like a 6 ring circus, each one's got something going on... Witches in Bikinis rock! Witches in Bikinis rule!"
-Dee Snider (of Twisted Sister), Fangoria Radio
"Wow! This is my favorite band of all time!...I love you guys!"
-Debbie Rochon (Video Vixen Extraordinaire), Fangoria Radio
"Man did those ladies have some pipes. That was some awesome and intense singing."
-Sergio, Fangoria Radio Fan
"... never have I been so well entertained. With nasty rifts that made me remember Rock of the 60's …” “… the fun of "Rocky Horror Picture Show" without the transvestite & gore“ “… this is girl power the Spice Girls could never achieve” … I will not miss a show near me ever. And neither should you!" God Bless!
- Jim Fetzer, Fetzer Music Management, Hershey, PA
"I really loved meeting everyone.... the whole group was so nice and easy to work with. It made my day a pleasure. I hope you all can come back again before long!"
-Sean, sound engineer for The Canal Room, NYC
"The borough's horror rock supergroup"
- The Brooklyn Paper
"Poppy/rocky tunes that pay homage to the Supremes, Frankie and Annette as well as The Rocky Horror Picture Show... entrancing, infectious and scare-a-licious!"
- Frank J. Avella, nycool.com
"Witches + bikinis = fun"
- The Patriot-News
"Combining three beloved staples of 60's pop culture: the girl group, the beach party movie and the low-budget horror flick..."
- Michael Dale, Broadwayworld.com