Hiya, Toledo!

See you next time!

Recently, the crew and I packed up and headed out for Toledo, Ohio, for a performance at the beautiful Hollywood Casino. It was fun to peek around the casino, which was decked out with photos of classic movie stars, flashing lights, and an all around vintage show-biz vibe. We set up shop smack-dab in the… Read more »

  Lobstah Anyone?

Femmes love Maine.

Femmes of Rock, Snow Pond Arts Academy, August 19, 2017 Posted By David King, Femmes of Rock Sound and Production Engineer.   I was born and raised in Maine. Went to college at the University of Maine at Orono and spent my childhood snowmobiling, riding dirt bikes, ice fishing, hunting, and doing all of those… Read more »

  A Blast From My Past–Bemus Point Performance

By sea, I mean lake. It's a large lake.

I grew up in a small historic village called Lewiston, NY. About 90 minutes south towards the Pennsylvania border, my aunt and uncle have a cottage on Lake Chautauqua, and I spent many of my summer vacations there jet skiing, fishing, boating, having bonfires, and watching the thunderstorms from the screened-in porch. Somehow or another,… Read more »

  Femmes Take on Jersey

The fam.

Is this the Real Life? Is this Just Fantasy? Femmes of Rock at Union County Pacific Arts Center – Rahway New Jersey. The opening line to Queen’s most recognized opus was running through my mind setting up for the show Saturday afternoon. Bohemian Rhapsody is the centerpiece of the 70 minute Femmes of Rock show… Read more »

  Femmes Rock Milwaukee

Thank you Milwaukee!

On July 22 & 23, Femmes of Rock performed for the first time in Milwaukee, WI at Festa Italiana on the Summerfest grounds. It’s pretty astonishing that the opening night (Saturday) went as well as it did. The Femmes headlined at the legendary Arcada Theater in Chicago the night before. Once that show wrapped, a… Read more »

  Music Video & First Single Release

The question I get asked the most in my career is “why don’t you have an album/music video out?” The honest answer is because we perform, between corporate and tour dates, over 250 shows/ year. It is a champagne problem. I would love to be cranking out albums, but the performance schedule doubled with management… Read more »