For the Fans of Felice
Originally from Los Angeles, Felice's musical roots come from her days playing with experimental groups -- The Subjects, No Exit, Modern Sound of Quiet, Field Day and Faith & Ryan, -- each utilizing a unique blend of Pop, R&B, Folk and Alternative rock styles. Felice performed with these bands at many famous L.A. venues such as The Hollywood Palladium, The Roxy, The Palace, Club Lingerie and The Whiskey a-Go-Go, Kulture Klatch to name a few.
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Dale Mahony, the “Sound Advice” columnist writer for The Boise Weekly writes, "This album is very professionally recorded, even occasionally slick. Felice’s music is deep into the genre of the prettiest, most evocative female songwriters. There's even a hint of a late-90's Madonna ‘Ray of Light’ William Orbit sounding track entitled ‘Precious’.” Tracks on the self-titled “Felice” CD are an exotic blend of Pop, Folk, and Techno-Dance electronics, which embrace Felice’s beautiful vocals and guitar work with her thought provoking lyrics.
Felice was born and raised in Glendale California. At an early age she made her first record for the Woodsy Owl "Give a Hot Don't Pollute" campaign and played at the Hollywood Bowl. Felice was the first female to participate in the men's water polo team at Glendale High School. At Glendale High she took the lead role in the musical A Star is Born. After High School, Felice attended Art Center School of Design in Pasadena California, where she created beautiful artwork and produced filmed, and edited a music film for the band Modern Sound of Quiet for their popular song Sylvia Scares Me. During her first marriage to Drummer Gary Ryan, from Bands called Subjects & Modern Sound of Quiet, Felice co-wrote songs and formed a band with Cindy Faith called Faith & Ryan and later joined the Glendale Band Subjects who were a guest on the underground TV show New Wave Theater. Subjects were managed by KROQ disc jockey and show host Larry Woodside. Following she joined an LA-based band called No Exit. Felice's next journey was to produce her first CD with arranger/engineer producer James Decicco and executive producer Gary Ryan. Felice debuted her songs at the Whisky a Go-Go in Hollywood CA., in 1999 with the first orchestra that ever played on the Whisky's stage and was also the orchestra that played on the soundtrack Titanic. Felice moved to Boise Idaho in 2000 and played solo at local venues. Felice's work career included working at as a Waitress, Model, Manger of a vintage women's dress store in Pasadena, CA called Lulu's A manager at the Children's Home Society, An Art Director at Zeesman Communications in Los Angeles and was contracted for doing work for the Disney Store. Felice designed the first Disney Store credit card. Later she managed her parents Bright Advertising's advertising specialty store in Boise Idaho. Felice remarried in 2002 where she helped in remodeling a gorgeous million-dollar home in the foothills of Boise, Idaho with her husband Brad Seaman, where they raised two beautiful children Kayleigh and Zack. Felice left us with her beautiful music and memories in May of 2019. #peacefelice