I have a few questions: Where was FEMME
FATALE RECORDS founded? Where will THE ONE EYED CATS perform next? And will
FEMME FATALE RECORDS have a promotional van in the near future? I love what
FEMME FATALE RECORDS has done with all of the photos, action, and excitement on
this site showing what THE ONE EYED CATS bring to the table where ever they
play! Rock on!
Thanks for your
letter - a lot of good questions there! I'll try to answer them one by one, but
I'll keep it brief as I feel a catnap coming on!
Fatale Records was grown and expanded greatly over the past several months, but
actually it was founded on the way to the litter box. You see, I was sleeping
on top of an pile of old detective magazines my people had stacked on the shelf
one night, when I woke up at 2:00AM to go to the sand box, but on the way
down the basement stairs I slipped and started rolling down them two at a
time (hard to see in the dark with just one eye!). I crashed into a box of old
rock n' roll records that were stacked at the bottom of the stairs on top
of an old record player; while laying there under all those 45s, I said to
myself, "Gee Rocky, you Rolled!", and for some reason an image from
one of the detective magazines I had been sleeping on with the title "The
Dangerous Blonde" flashed in my head.
Putting it all together, the idea of forming
Femme Fatale Records came to me! After completing my duties in the litter box, I
woke my people up and the rest is history.
As to where the One Eyed Cats
will be performing next, check back to the website often as it has the latest
information as to all the upcoming
shows the band will be at. I have to say, I
have a scientific way of selecting venues, as I ask my people to flip the pages
of a phone book and I randomly put my paw in, and we choose one of the sites on
the page I select. Of course, it's not 100% accurate, as one time my Paw In
The Phone Book method picked a janitorial supply company to have a show (I won't
repeat what they said when my people called them...)
As for a van,
we're always looking forward with any ideas, and may have a van at some point in
the future, but for now we all just pile into each other's cars like
clowns at the circus to get to shows! Not always comfortable, but we always
arrive on time, and beats hitchhiking which I tried one time (I recall
putting my paw out and being picked up by someone, and later waking up behind a
cheap hotel somewhere in Elk County
covered in taco sauce, but nothing in
between, so that ended my hitchhiking days!). But if we do get a van we'll post
it on the website pronto!
Thanks for you questions and hope to see
you at a show soon, A.J.!!
Time for a catnap now,