Juliette & the Licks
Birth Place: United States
Years Active: 2003–2009
Genres: Rock, Garage Rock Revival
Juliette and the Licks were an American rock band led by actress Juliette Lewis and formed in Los Angeles in 2003. The band members consisted of guitarist Craig Fairbaugh and guitarist Emilio Cueto, bassist Jason Womack, and drummer Ed Davis. Their popular songs include "You're Speaking My Language" and "Hot Kiss.” Lewis also did a cover of PJ Harvey's "Hardly Wait" and "Rid of Me" in the film Strange Days before forming Juliette and the Licks. The band broke up in 2009. Juliette and the Licks became a reality when Lewis accompanied Patty Schemel, drummer for Hole, to a Blondie concert and found herself staring at fate. She became instantly inspired by the “live” element of the show an...
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