ydney band Ooh La La
formed two years ago, after bonding on blues and brandy, funk and wine, jamming and gin. Collectively dedicated to their rock'n'roll roots,
Ooh La La have maintained a steady and regular presence on the live circuit as they strive to deliver their
rock 'n' roll sermons to all and sundry.
heir debut EP 'Chop The Mutha Down' was released in
mid 2006 and enjoyed some well deserved chart time in the ARIA top 20, reaching 14 in May 2007. It is currently maintaining
a presence in the AIR top 20 on the strength of their live shows. Well received appearances at the Peat's Ridge and Great Escape festivals have
further cemented the band's growing reputation as a great live act.
"…Their songs, musicianship and stage presence could equal any international band that has graced Australian stages…"
- The Drum Media, Australian Music Magazine
"…This band is the blackest white band in Sydney. Ooh La La is what The Black Crowes would have been today or what Mother Hubbard would been
if they had stayed together" - The BRAG, Australian Music Magazine
A debut album was recorded in
late 2007 and awaiting release mid 2008. The leading single 'You Gotta Move' was selected by Sydney's home of rock Triple M 104.9 as one of five
tracks to be considered in securing a support slot for Bon Jovi over two nights at the Acer Arena, Mon 21st and Tue 22nd Jan 2008. Listeners and
the station overwhelmingly decided in favour of Ooh La La, who won a whole new legion of fans as a result of their arena performances. The shows
were so well received that the band were invited back to Triple M to perform acoustic tracks every week on their daily morning program Shebang.
Never mind the ongoing debates about digital piracy and the future of music, the four lads of Ooh La La intend to fully uphold the
true virtues of rock'n'roll… fun, loose and loud and a sound sympathetic to all beating hearts and dreaming minds. Let there be