The Caulfields

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The Caulfields
OriginNewark, Delaware
GenresRock, alternative rock, pop rock
Years active1993–1997
LabelsA&M Records
MembersJohn Faye
Mike Simpson
Sam Musumeci
Scott Kohlmorgen
Ritchie Rubini

The Caulfields were an American alternative rock band from Newark, Delaware which recorded two albums for A&M Records in the late 1990s. The group was led by singer/songwriter John Faye, the frontman for the Philadelphia-based groups IKE and John & Brittany. The group is best known for their song "Devil's Diary."

Their first album was 1995's Whirligig. The album's initial single was "Devil's Diary", which received limited radio play as well as exposure on MTV. "Devil's Diary" peaked at #61 in Australia.[1] The band toured Australia on the back of airplay on popular youth radio station Triple J, supporting Australian band Died Pretty. Two weeks before the release of their second album L in 1997, A&M Records fired the A&R executive representing the band. Six months later the Caulfields disbanded.[2]



  1. ^ "The ARIA Australian Top 100 Singles Chart – Week Ending 08 Oct 1995". (original document published by ARIA). Retrieved 2017-07-06. N.B. The HP column displays the highest peak reached.
  2. ^ "'IKE' frontman John Faye on musical failures, successes, new band members, and the Philly rock scene".
  3. ^ "Amazon Store: Whirlgig"
  4. ^ "Amazon Store: L"
  5. ^ "Discogs: B-Sides and Rarities 1993-1997"