Band Bio­graphy:

Part of the late 80's and early 90's Glam Metal Scene, Fun­house released just one album, 1990's 'Gen­er­a­tion Gen­er­ator' and van­ished shortly after. Hail­ing from Hol­ly­wood, Cali­for­nia, Fun­house formed in 1986 when gui­tar­ist Marc Vachon was intro­duced to vocal­ist Chris't Haz­ard by mutual friend Tracci Guns. Their sound was heav­ily influ­enced by the L.A sun­strip scene at the time which boas­ted the likes of Kiss, Mot­ley Crue and W.A.S.P. Hav­ing been raised on a diet of Eng­lish and Amer­ican Punk, Bat­cave Goth, Rocka­billy, early Metal­lica and a bit of Finnish Glam, Fun­house soon real­ised that both their sound and image needed to be "highly charged, pro­gress­ive and heavy."

Their arrival in the UK was warmly wel­comed by vari­ous Rock and Metal Magazines and Media out­lets. Metal Forces described the band as 'LA's Metal/Heavy Pop/Funkthrashers, whilst oth­ers were quick to place focus on the bands col­our­ful and vibrant image - one even going as far to desribe the band as being 'hit by an explod­ing box of cray­ola 64 col­ours crayons.'

Fun­house also came equipped with their own mas­cot - Alfie The Clown!

Band Mem­bers:

Chris't Haz­ard (Vox)
Marc Vachon (Lead Gui­tar)
Joe E (Rhythm Gui­tar)
Cat (Bass)
Johnny Hill (Drums)