The modern audience hungers for spectacle, and Peaches
& Crime has come to sate that hunger. Bands are a dime a dozen,
musicians three for a penny; the public clamors for performers that
enthrall the senses and capture the imagination. For what a ticket
or a record costs, people want an experience that only a total
performance can deliver. The vaudeville escapades of Peaches &
Crime accomplish precisely that by marrying novel original music to
inimitable wit and vim.
On stage, this act never passes up an opportunity for dramatic flourish, comic antics, or sophisticated charm. Their subject matter stretches from love and death to war and peace, and stopping everywhere in between. From murder ballads to torch songs, calypso tunes to drinking songs, no style is unfamiliar to these eclectic entertainers. Colorful costumes, diverse instrumentation and flashy dances make any Peaches & Crime show well worth the cost of admission. Each individual's talents are shown to their finest, and together they wow even the most jaded dance-hall connoisseur. Their popularity continues to grow after a very well-received live performance on the wireless for the WHRW Radio Marathon. Such a group could easily rest on its laurels, but it's easy to see that in this case the best is yet to come.