"One of the most amazing, entertaining, enthralling, unique, hilarious and inspirational bands I have ever seen...[vocalist] Danny was a musical maniac onstage, donning masks, using crazy props, dancing up an astounding storm, singing dynamically, stomping, prancing, being riotously funny and crazed and mindblowing." -- Paul Zollo, Sr. Editor, "American Songwriter" magazine; author, "Conversations with Tom Petty" and "Songwriters on Songwriting" “The band incorporates free jazz, comedy, lounge, freakout rock, punk and everything under the sun in its hysterical live act.” -- Los Angeles Times "The best frontman I've ever seen." -- Rob Schrock (Music Director, Burt Bacharach) "...The tremendously talented and insane band, The Fuxedos...their live shows combine brilliance and chaos with almost hallucinatory visual stimulation...always an adventure..." -- Keyboard Magazine "Thank you for one of the most engaging and completely wrongly fantastic shows I can remember...You're my new favorite band in LA!" -- Shana Nys Dambrot (Editor, Flavorpill LA) "You guys were great! You brought the house down." -- Neil Hamburger "The Fuxedos are out of this world and are unlike any other L.A. band. Ever.
Go see them. You'll be happy you did." -- Blue Railroad magazine "If Bertolt Brecht had a jam session with John Philip Sousa, Einsturzende Neubaten, and Howdy Doody on 'Saturday Night Live' back in '75, it might sound like The Fuxedos' 'Jellybean.'" -- East Bay Express (Oakland, CA) "I loved the Fuxedos show...tight music, and you were really in fine form. Congratulations on a truly unforgettable show! -- Myles Boisen, guitarist/producer/engineer (Tom Waits, John Zorn, David Lynch, Nina Hagen, Fred Frith) “The freshest, craziest thing I've seen in ages.” -- Reverend Al Ridenour (Founder, L.A. Cacophony Society) "The Fuxedos combine theatrical insanity with wonderfully addictive melodies!" -- Rock N Roll TV "I'm a huge fan of you guys!" -- Jai Young Kim (Secret Chiefs 3) "Stunning acrobatics...so much energy that I spent several hours contemplating just what specific proteins the man was chomping on...There was not a single part of his body that did not move...He undulated his ass in a way that even I, a male heterosexual, had to admire...filled me with such joie de vivre that I found myself running up to the stage, jumping up with a raised hand and a mighty roar..." -- Ed Champion, the lit-blog co-op Read more on Last.fm.
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