The Jealous Girlfriends

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The Jealous Girlfriends
Jealous 2007-08-25.jpg
Bowery Ballroom 2007
Background information
Origin Brooklyn, New York, United states
Genres Rock
Alternative rock
Years active 2003 - present
Website Official MySpace page
Members Holly Miranda
Josh Abbott
Alex Lipsen
Mike Fadem

The Jealous Girlfriends is a rock band based in Brooklyn, New York. Their music video for "How Now", directed by Sarah Soquel Morhaim, won first place for the iPod Music Video Contest.

Biography[edit]

Courtesy Bob Sanderson

The band was formed in 2003 by Holly Miranda (Vocals/Guitar) and Alex Lipsen (Keys/Synth/Bass Module). Josh Abbott (Guitar/Vocals) joined the band as their drummer. Soon after joining, Abbott began singing back up and before long writing and sharing lead vocal duties with Miranda. In early 2005, they invited Mike Fadem (Drums) to replace Abbott on drums so that the latter could move up front to focus on singing and add another guitar to their live sound. They first released an 8-track album titled Comfortably Uncomfortable. The song "Lay Around" played on the Showtime Original Television series the L Word.

In 2007, they released a self-titled second album, recorded with Dan Long at Headgear Studio in Brooklyn. "Roboxulla" and "Something In The Water" were used on the ABC series Grey's Anatomy,[1] while "Carry Me" was featured on CSI: Miami.

In April 2008, they opened for Nada Surf.

Discography[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Grey's Anatomy Music". greysanatomyinsider.com. Retrieved 2007-11-16. 

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