the best party band, both in looks and performance...and rockingness

Michael St. James. Duffel. Stik E. Sweet. Roxy Rockett. Four earth-shattering rock superstars from the '80s. If you ask anyone who survived L.A.'s famed Sunset Strip scene about these guys, they'll pretend to have never heard of them, and they'll say something like, "Were they even born yet? Don't you see how young they look?" Well, that person was just trying to be cool by paying attention to Hit Parader and Headbangers' Ball while these dudes were tearing up the underground scene. After taking a little time off from being unstoppable to regroup and relax, Girlz Girlz Girlz has once again reclaimed their rightful position as the torchbearers for rocking parties across the nation.

Besides everyone's favorites from the heyday of '80s rock, they jam out the biggest recent hits with the same arena-imploding feel. Whether they're ripping through "Livin' On A Prayer" or "Bad Romance", "Sweet Child O' Mine" or "Larger Than Life", it'll be sure to bang your head and rock your socks wear a helmet and leave your socks at home.

Michael St. James - Vocals
Duffel - Guitar
Stik E. Sweet - Drums
Roxy Rockett - Bass

Don't take our word for it. See what others had to say:
"Dude, they rocked the house like you wouldn't believe. They put on by far the best show I've ever seen, including all national acts as well. They're a great bunch of guys and we're looking forward to bringing them back for spring."
-Steve, Mississippi State University

"Thank you so much for everything, you guys really made the party. You had the old folks to the young kids dancing all night. Everyone raved about you guys...we hope to see you guys in action soon"
-Tien, Wedding

"All I can say is WOW. Those guys rocked. They have set this little town abuzz with their abilities and showmanship. If they book a year in advance, do send the contract down for the second Saturday in December '09! By the way, on top of just rocking great, the fellows were as professional and nice as they could be. Really goes a long way."
-Barnes, Holiday Party

"They were absolutely AMAZING!! Everyone had a blast and the guys were awesome. Couldn't have picked better if I tried."
-Lauren, Georgia College and State University

"Girlz rocked the freakin' roof off. Their drummer dominated our club with his overbearing beat down of the drum kit, spinning and style were reminiscent of a young Tommy Lee from the Theater of Pain era. His drum solo was off the chain, and left many wondering why they ever left 1989! Musically, they were way solid, plus the showmanship, choreography made our group downright giddy."
-Bill, Cotillion Club

Watch Girlz Girlz Girlz in action on the Videos N' Sounds page to see what everybody's talking about.

Songlist (please note this changes constantly)
2Pac feat. Dr. Dre
California Love

You Shook Me All Night Long
Back in Black
Highway To Hell

I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing
Sweet Emotion
Walk This Way

Alice Cooper
No More Mr. Nice Guy
School's Out

Backstreet Boys
Larger Than Life
I Want It That Way

Beastie Boys
Fight For Your Right

Billy Squier
The Stroke

Black Eyed Peas
I Gotta Feeling

Bon Jovi
Bad Medicine
It's My Life
Livin' On A Prayer
Wanted Dead or Alive
Who Says You Can't Go Home
You Give Love a Bad Name

Crazy Bitch

Bryan Adams
Summer of '69

Cheap Trick
I Want You To Want Me

The Clash
Should I Stay Or Go Now

Def Leppard
Pour Some Sugar On Me
Rock Of Ages

The Final Countdown

More Than Words

Faith No More

Rock On The Radio
Don't Treat Me Bad

Frankie Ford

Green Day
Basket Case
Brain Stew
Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)

Guns N' Roses
It's So Easy
Paradise City
Sweet Child o' Mine
Welcome To The Jungle

House of Pain
Jump Around

Iron Maiden
Run To The Hills
The Trooper

Joan Jett and the Blackhearts
I Love Rock ‘N’ Roll

John Mellencamp
Jack & Diane

Any Way You Want It
Don't Stop Believin'

Judas Priest
Breaking the Law
Living After Midnight

Katy Perry
Hot N Cold
TGIF (Last Friday Night)
Waking Up In Vegas

Kenny Chesney
Living in Fast Forward

Tik Tok

Lick It Up
Rock And Roll All Night

Lady GaGa
Bad Romance
Poker Face

Led Zeppelin
Moby Dick
Rock & Roll
Whole Lotta Love

Hangar 18
Holy Wars...The Punishment Due
In My Darkest Hour
Peace Sells
Sweating Bullets
Symphony of Destruction
Trust (and others)

Enter Sandman
For Whom The Bell Tolls
The Memory Remains (and others)

Miley Cyrus
Party in the USA
Hoedown Throwdown

Montgomery Gentry
What Do Ya Think About That

Motley Crue
Girls Girls Girls
Kickstart My Heart
Live Wire
Looks That Kill
Shout at the Devil
Smokin' In The Boys Room

Mr. Big
To Be With You

MK Ultra
Unnatural Selection

The Outfield
Your Love

Ozzy Osbourne
Crazy Train

So What

Every Rose Has Its Thorn
Fallen Angel
I Want Action
Look What The Cat Dragged In
Love On The Rocks
Nothin' But A Good Time
Talk Dirty To Me
Unskinny Bop (and others)

Let's Go Crazy

We Will Rock You

Quiet Riot
Bang Your Head (Metal Health)

The Ramones
I Wanna Be Sedated

Lay It Down
Round and Round

Rick James

Rick Springfield
Jessie's Girl

Rod Stewart
Maggie May

The Rolling Stones
Honky Tonk Women

Rock You Like A Hurricane

Sir Mix-a-Lot
Baby Got Back

Skid Row
18 & Life
I Remember You
Youth Gone Wild
Monkey Business
Slave To The Grind

Up All Night

Steve Miller Band
The Joker

To Hell With The Devil
Winter Wonderland

What I Got


Eye of the Tiger

I Think We're Alone Now

Tom Petty
American Girl
Free Fallin'

Twisted Sister
I Wanna Rock
We're Not Gonna Take It

Ugly Kid Joe
Everything About You

Van Halen
Eruption / You Really Got Me
Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love
Pretty Woman

Cherry Pie
Down Boys

Swear It Again

Here I Go Again