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With its songs mainly rotating around the folk genre, Four Bitchin’ Babes’ songs will leave you laughing yet amazed by the group’s musical talents at the same time. The group has been performing and recording with rotating line up of members, but one thing remains the same and that is to produce quality music for its fans. The group has released a number of albums and singles, while performing live in major venues all over the nation. The group’s live performances feature proficient instrument playing along with its own flavor of humorous songs. At their live concert, the audience members get to enjoy a music concert and a comedy show at the same time. The group is known for touring extensively from time to time, and as it heads out this time of the season, make sure to catch ‘em live with Four Bitchin Babes tickets.
The formation of the group is credited to Christine Lavin who formed the band back in 1990. Prior to forming the group, Lavin had already produced and released a compilation album by the name of On a Winter’s Night. The release of the album was met by substantial amount of success which was then followed by a concert tour which featured all the stars that appeared on this album. Apart from herself, the other three musicians were Megon McDonough, Patty Larkin and Sally Fingerett. All of these four ladies toured all across the United States. The group also performed at the Birchmere, where Lavin decided to record the performance and later release it as a live album. The album was released in 1990 on Philo/Rounder Records and was titled Buy Me, Bring Me, Take Me, Don’t Mess My Hair: Life According to Four Bitchin’ Babes Volume I.
After the album was released and it caused quite a stir, Patty Larkin was offered a record deal by Windham Hill Records, hence she left the group and was subsequently replaced by Julie Gold, who gained prominence with the release of the song From a Distance. With this lineup, Four Bitchin Babes tickets went on sale for the very first time as the group went on road to perform live. After that, the group started working on its second album called Buy Me, Bring Me, Take Me, Don’t Mess My Hair: Life According to Four Bitchin’ Babes Volume II, which was later released in 1993.
The group has always had a flexible lineup, and artists like Mary Travers, Janis Jan and Cheryl Wheeler have substituted for any artist who couldn’t perform live on tour. Later in 1995, the group came up with its yet another studio album called Fax It, Charge It, Don’t Ask Me What’s For Dinner: More Life According to Four Bitchin’ Babes. The album was produced by Dan Green and was released on Shanachie Records.
In 1997, Lavin chose to replace herself with Camille West since she was busy with other projects. With the new lineup, the group came up with another live album which was also recorded at the Birchmere called Gabby Road: Out of the Mouths of Babes. The live album was then followed by the release of another studio album called the Babes: Beyond Bitchin’. The most recent studio album by the group was released in 2012 with the lineup of Debi Smith, Deirdre Flint, Marcy Marxer and Sally Fingerett; and the album was called Mid Life Vices…A Guilt Free Musical Revue. After the release of the album, the group has been on a concert tour to help promote its album.
Over the years, the group has performed at various major and small venues all across the nation, and enjoys fans support in many parts of the country. With its own unique style of humorous songwriting and live performances, the group continues to tour the nation over.