The Friggs played their first show in Philadelphia around 1990. Led by guitarist Palmyra Delran (Dr. Bombay, Ben Vaughn, Pink Slip Daddy) and singer/guitarist/frontwoman extraordinaire Jezebel, the all-girl Friggs make fun, sexy, garage pop for now people. Over the course of the early '90s, the band released several singles including the classics "Bad Word for a Good Thing," "Juiced Up" and the EP America's Only Rock & Roll Magazine Parody, a perfect mockup of an old Creem magazine cover. The band moved to New York and after many personnel changes Jezebel finally called it quits in late 1994. Her replacement, Lexi Plum, learned fast and an excellent CD, Rock Candy, was released in 1997. Through it all it, Delran's vision and persistence, and manager Linda Carbone, have kept the band focused and functioning.