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