Euro-American duo Frenchy and the Punk have performed all across the US, and in England, France, Germany and Canada. They're one of the top-reviewed live acts in the underground cabaret scene today and they have been fan favorites at every major steampunk and faerie convention and festival in the US. In 2011 Yahoo Music listed French-born singer and percussionist, Samantha Stephenson, as one of '25 Women To Watch' in music and guitarist Scott Helland is listed in the Encyclopedia of Punk with his legendary first band Deep Wound. Fusing foot-stompin' bohemian cabaret folk, world music, French chanson and '80's punk, with vaudeville charm, steampunk flair and pixie spirit the duo's performances are a high energy theatrical spectacle. They captivate crowds by seamlessly blending raucous, danceable old-world melodies with cheeky stories sung in English and French and exhilarating Taiko meets Blue Man Group drum and percussion instrumentals. Stephenson, a performer since her early teens, beams with charisma and seduces in her sultry neo-vintage cabaret vocal style; think Siouxsie Sioux meets Edith Piaf meets Chrissie Hynde. Helland, an Amercian-born guitarist and punk veteran, creates a wall of sound with his rhythmic live-looping guitar prowess and catchy melodic lines; think Johnny Ramone meets Django Reinhardt meets Eugene Hutz. Together this spirited duo manage to create the sonic expanse and richness of a full band while still retaining the charm of a vaudeville duo.