Charlie Faye & the Fayettes

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Charlie Faye & The Fayettes craft smart soul-pop that merges the swinging, swaying sound of the ‘60s girl groups with a vibe that’s so current, they’re dancing to the forefront of the retro-revival movement. Their debut album rose into the top 20 on the Americana radio chart and garnered high praise from the press.

Often described as a “modern-day 60s girl group” reminiscent of the Ronettes or Supremes, the trio’s original songs, Motown-worthy dance moves, and tight backing band make their live shows an exciting and unforgettable experience. Their shared height (they’re all within a half-inch of 5-foot-1) and distinct ethnicities (Jewish, Korean-American and African-American) just adds cute to their considerable charms. But it’s the songs — the great, classic-sounding songs with catchy melodies and intelligent lyrics — that set Charlie Faye & The Fayettes apart from the rest. “Musically, the group hearkens to Motown, Spector or the Brill Building,” says The Huffington Post, “Charlie is emerging as a budding Carole King, and the songs are good enough to rate comparison to Goffin & King or Mann & Weil.”

Releases

Charlie Faye & the Fayettes The Whole Shebang

1-2-3-4

I Don't Need No Baby

The Cream Rises to the Top

The Whole Shebang

Stone Cold Fox

Night People

Baby We'll Be Ok

Tonight's the Night

That's What New Love Is for

Say Those Words

Riding High

You Gotta Give It Up (Party Song)