with The Fabulous Rudies, Makua Rothman
Save Ferris, the ska-punk sensation formed in Southern California in 1995, carved a distinctive niche with their infectious blend of ska, punk, and pop. Fronted by the dynamic Monique Powell, the band surged to fame with hits like "Come on Eileen" and "The World Is New." Their debut album, "It Means Everything," became a cornerstone of the '90s ska revival. Save Ferris' energy-laden performances and Powell's charismatic vocals set them apart, leaving an indelible mark on the era. After a hiatus, the band's reformation in 2013 proves their enduring influence and commitment to delivering vibrant, horn-infused anthems.