FEMME FATALE THE BAND GREAT CALIFORNIAN HARD ROCK BAND WITH LORRAINE LEWIS. Femme Fatale was formed in 1987 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Later on that year, the band moved to Los Angeles and signed a recording contract with MCA Records after a well-received showcase.
Lorraine Lewis was a part of your Dial MTV/Headbanger’s Ball past with her band Femme Fatale and was one of the hottest and most talented frontwomen in an era where only a few females rose to the national level in hard rock.
Femme Fatale were a new band established by Kaya to commemorate eight years in his solo career. In 2014, Kaya gave out two bombshells on his blog: first, the announcement of Schwarz Stein’s revival, and the formation of a new band, Femme Fatale. The newly formed band will release their first
Femme Fatale was a rock band from the late 80’s and early 90’s, fronted by singer Lorraine Lewis. The band released a self-titled album in 1988, which included the top 40 single and popular MTV video, “Falling In and Out of Love,” and Hot 100 hit single “Waiting for the Big One.”
The femme fatale was a common figure in the European Middle Ages, often portraying the dangers of unbridled female sexuality. The pre-medieval inherited Biblical figure of Eve offers an example, as does the wicked, seductive enchantress typified in Morgan le Fay.