It's a recent Saturday night, and as the band sets up at Club M in Hollywood, there's a definite party vibe in the air. Flaunting her assets in a blood-red prom dress, a blond-locked musician wraps a feather boa around her mic stand. Another, in a red-on-black suit-and-tie combo, slides a cold beer into the koozie attached to his. So when they tear into provocative, power-pop tunes about the Iraq War and the Social Security crisis, their political angle comes as a surprise. And it... More >>>