Parlour Bells’ tactful mix of songs and showmanship never gets old.
Some bands can’t handle a late slot on a school night. Other bands put on their shiny jackets and step onto that stage like there’s no place else they’d rather be.
I want to offer a personal thank you to all the folks who have championed the Boston music scene at The Phoenix over the years.
Oh, Parlour Bells, how you enchant.
Ruby Rose Fox with Glenn di Benedetto and Nate Leavitt – “What Are You Doing New Year’s Eve?” (2012)
Ruby Rose Fox and Parlour Bells shared a bill at the debut of Lounge Act. The next thing you know they’re collaborating on an old holiday standard.
Parlour Bells was the first Boston act to grace the stage of the newly-opened Sinclair.
Have you ever wanted to hear the history of Parlour Bells told over a stylish rendition of “Pet Names?”
Here are Goddamn Glenn & The Parlour Bells Players doing that old Irving Berlin standard “Get Thee Behind Me Satan.”
Even high expectations can be exceeded when you take the time to mix a mid-song martini.
If I was throwing some kind of anniversary party I’d want to have a classy band in the mix. Parlour Bells filled that role at Radio’s first anniversary show.