Like Phil Spector before him, manufacturer John Giotto may be the traveling creative force behind It’s My Party, a music group that gives homage to the lady sets of the ’60s even while it provides their audio for this day. Giotto started the group in the past due ’80s using a trio of twentysomething performers, initially developing a audio that owed even more towards the Go-Go’s as opposed to the Ronettes. When that primary incarnation fizzled out in 1995, Giotto understood that something have been missing in the formula all along: True teenagers performing these anthems of teenage femininity. He recruited three young ladies from a close by high school and it’s really My Party was finally produced. Though the performers have sometimes rotated, Giotto helps to keep the group focused on protecting the ’60s gal group sensation through brand-new interpretations of both traditional hits and primary material.