The Fun Girls: Seduced review Jan16

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The Fun Girls: Seduced review

Straight out of Indianapolis, The Fun Girls have released their long-awaited album, Seduced, which showcases outstanding vocals and musicianship.

In the vein of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Ella Fitzgerald and crooners everywhere, Seduced, lives up to any comparison you can throw at it. The Fun Girls’ talent shows through every corner of this album and they definitely have all the makings of a big-time band.

Produced by Bob Kevoian of The Bob and Tom Show, this record is top notch and produced to perfection.

Comprised Becky Kevoian, Cozette Myers and Teresa Kelly, this is a trio that shouldn’t be ignored. Their cover of classic “Route 66” is as close to the original as you can get and does it justice in every way.

Opening with the title track, “Seduced,” this record is as intimate as it is fun and you’re robbing yourself if you don’t at least give it a spin.

Rating: 8.5/10

-Reggie Edwards