Fronted by lyricist and songwriter Dan Sadowski, The Little Black Dress has created an infectious sound that perfectly blends the rock and pop that they grew up on in the 90’s. Starting off in Toronto’s local music hotspots such as the Rivoli and Horseshoe Tavern, it was their energy on stage along with their irresistible tunes that got people rushing in to join the dance party, turning them into instant fans.
“Our music is exciting, so at shows, we want our audience to dance, to jump, to bob their heads up and down, to tap their feet, to consider, to reflect, to relax, to enjoy” explains Dan. It seems as though Toronto’s ears have done just that.
With a dedicated fan base, the self-proclaimed ‘LBD Army’, The Little Black Dress has had the opportunity to perform all around Ontario and Quebec. The boys have grown to become festival sweethearts, rocking numerous stages over a number of years at CMW, NxNE, S.C.E.N.E fest, KOI fest, TIFF, and Open Roof Film Festival.
The success of their two EP’s (‘Strut’ and self titled ‘The Little Black Dress’) has landed their songs in national television shows such as HBO’s The Right Hand. Their hit single, “Call the Paparazzi” was also chosen to be the theme song for all applicants who apply for Ontario’s Smart Serve test, a mandatory exam for any applicant in the food/drink industry.
Now, after years of performing, planning, toying with melodies, and bouncing ideas off of one another, The Little Black Dress have released their long-awaited debut studio album, Spotlight. You can now hear their catchy single “Call the Paparazzi” on radio stations all across Canada, and in select states in the USA.
“We play music for countless reasons. It drives us. It excites us. It is our journey. It is our relief. It is our passion. It is our hobby. It is our job. It is our first love, our partner in crime, and it is our mistress.”
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