"Lively, candid, funny, and electric"—New York Post
BETTY is a pop-rock alternative band from New York City. Fronted by three women, the band has a unique sound based on the "spine-tingling harmonies" (Billboard) of songwriters Amy Ziff, Alyson Palmer, and Elizabeth Ziff, layered over propulsive guitars and a big rhythm section. Before evolving into the theatrical rock band that they are today, BETTY began as an edgy a cappella/spoken word/techno beat trio. Friends, they say, since an unfortunate incarceration, fierce Elizabeth (vocals, guitar), funky Alyson (vocals, bass), and funny Amy (vocals, cello) began performing as Betty in the late 1980s. Passionate activists, the women of BETTY fight tirelessly for what they believe, especially equal rights for all and the empowerment of girls and women. NPR has praised their show, performed over much of the world, as "a fun, sexy romp.