The Parlor Mob
The Parlor Mob can be booked through this site. The Parlor Mob entertainment booking site. The Parlor Mob
is available for public concerts and events. The Parlor Mob can be booked for
private events and The Parlor Mob can be booked for corporate events and
meetings through this The Parlor Mob booking page.
Unlike most middle agents that would mark
up the performance or appearance fee for The Parlor Mob, we act as YOUR agent in
securing The Parlor Mob at the best possible price. We go over the rider for
The Parlor Mob and work directly with The Parlor Mob or the responsible agent for
The Parlor Mob to secure the talent for your event. We become YOUR agent,
representing YOU, the buyer.
In fact, in most cases we can negotiate for
the acquisition of The Parlor Mob for international dates and newer promoters
providing you meet professional requirements.
The Parlor Mob Biography
The Parlor Mob make raw rock and roll with a modern edge. It is quite fitting that the band derived its moniker from a notorious 19th century gang of the same name. Around the mid 1800s, the historical New York hoodlums were commissioned by other street gangs to incite riots. Today, these five musical renegades spark a similar explosion, but with verbose riffs, thought provoking vocals and a smooth yet raucous groove.
On their Roadrunner Records debut And You Were A Crow due out May 6, 2008, the New Jersey quintet conjures a vibrant mystique and smoky blues sensibility. The focus track Can't Keep No Good Boy Down channels that enigmatic power. The song blends pensive piano playing with a powerful acoustic melody, and its infectious but veiled lyrics hypnotize. During Hard Times, jagged, crunchy guitar riffs give way to a chorus that hooks and soars. Guitarists Dave Rosen and Paul Ritchie volley smooth licks and snaky leads through airtight rhythms courtesy of bassist Nick Villapiano and drummer Sam Bey. At the center of it all, vocalist Mark Melicia belts out emotionally charged lines. On Angry Young Girl and Everything You're Breathing For, his powerful pipes resonate. By uniquely honing the quintessential New York rock and roll sound with a vibe that keeps things fresh, the band stands primed to blow the doors off the whole genre.