Critics' Reviews

Pride Magazine:

"Fed up with all the techno music, vulgarity and monotony that the music industry has to offer? Just in the nick of time before our minds go to mush , Bambi and the Boys have come to save the day!

Their Bubblicious Lounge Act not only provides us with authentically good music, but eye candy as well. Bambi, Buck, Bo, and Billy, are good looking, wholesome, happy-go-lucky and talented beyond genius level . It's a show guaranteed to lead us all down memory lane, reminding each and every one of us that creativity, smiles, ability and sparkles are what really matter in the world of entertainment.

Ok, they may be a little outrageous for their time, but given the fascination we all have with the music of yesteryear, maybe it is fate that they were all born late in order to preserve what the modern music industry has been trying so hard to destroy.

They are loved by all: old, young, gay and straight. And who wouldn't love them; they are as cute as can be. Bambi is sugar and spice and everything nice. The Boys are snips and snails and puppy dog tails. Mix it all together and you get a musical fantasy come true."

"Blonde, buxom, boisterous and probably armed to the teeth, Bambi LaFleur and "the Boys" -- three talented young men masquerading as "Buck, Billy and Bo" -- carouse through twenty fun tracks of camp and comedy. Most of this is done with a slight Vegas feel, but overall the music is varied enough to keep things interesting. Bambi's well-trained clear voice, always dead-on, also helps matterst greatly. A cover of Duran Duran's "Hungry Like The Wolf" is probably as "loungy" as it gets; more fun are "Double Agent DD," where Ms. LaFleur proclaims that "My middle name is Sabotage/ my underwear is camouflage," while the band frolicks through a mix of "Secret Agent Man" and "Love Potion No. 9" behind her. "

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