Rue '66 plays unique, obscure, and truly authentic French yéyé music. Drawing inspiration from Serge Gainsbourg, France Gall, Jacques Dutronc, Françoise Hardy, Gillian Hills, Michel Polnareff and groups like The Zombies, Pussycat, The Searchers, etc., Rue '66 is a nine-piece band sure to delight.
Rue '66: French yé-yé now S.F. pop music
San Francisco Chronicle, April 2013
Tony DuShane writes, "A Rue '66 gig is like traveling back in time and going to France, without having to leave present-day San Francisco."
Rue '66: A Throwback to the '60s
The Bay Bridged, April 2013
Russell Jelinek covers Rue '66 headline show at Neck of The Woods. With Satin Chaps and Paradise, the night was "a "throwback to the '60s," says Jelinek.