Doll Parts was formed in 2006 when four girls sitting at a party looked at each other and said, “hey, let’s start a band.”
Doll Parts developed as musicians while also making their mark on the local scene. They began writing songs that would quickly become local favorites and showcased their recently discovered talents. As true musicians do, they relied on their own experiences and interests writing pop punk songs about one of the things that they know best, boys.
Although Doll Parts were just barely getting started by December of the same year they were already opening for The Circle Jerks with the Lower Class Brats. In true punk rock form, the night included stage diving, broken fingers, a trip to the emergency room, and drinks with the bands after the show.
By now Doll Parts had proven themselves not only to the fans but also to one of the greatest punk rock bands of all time. As Doll Parts began their second year as a band the opportunities continued to appear. Thanks to community support and local radio D.J. Michael Bagley they played the high profile event “Tropical Heatwave” at the Orpheum in Tampa, FL. Seeing their name on the roster was surreal enough but as they took the stage that night and played to a full house they realized that they had arrived. The shows continued to get bigger (so did the crowds) and the girls pushed forward, continuing to evolve. They rounded out the year opening for bands such as the Loved Ones, Sufra Jet, The Dolly Rots, The Pink Lincolns, No Fraud and Unknown Hinson.
Charging into 2010 Doll Parts officially became a national band by hitting the road and playing New York City the heart of American punk rock. Today the band consists of Stacey Guitar / Vocals, Melissa Guitar, Emily on Bass and Jessica on Drums. With the forthcoming release of their first full-length album Doll Parts stand ready to take on the world and all bets are on them to win!