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The Halo Friendlies The Halo Friendlies are an all girl pop-punk band from Long Beach, CA. After snatching up a guitar in a thrift shop while on her first date with then-boyfriend now-husband Matt Wignall of Havalina/Matt Death and the New Intellectuals, Judita Wignall made the decision to start a band. Originally featuring Wignall on lead vocals and guitar, Cheryl Hecht on guitar, Natalie Bolanos on bass guitar, and Deanna Moody on percussion on their 1998 self-titled debut, by 1999's Acid Wash, Hecht had dropped out of the project. She was then replaced by Ginger Reyes, who not only began sharing lead vocals with Wignall, but also took up bass guitar, allowing Bolanos to switch to lead guitar. In 2000 the Halo Friendlies replaced Moody with Christina Theobald/Hock. Theobald/Hock, however, was replaced shortly before the band's first sweep of the United Kingdom in 2003 by Claudia Rossi (ex- Jack Off Jill). Currently, the band is on an indefinite hiatus to allow its members some time for solo creative efforts. From April 2007-March 2010, Ginger Reyes played bass guitar for The Smashing Pumpkins. Contents 1 Discography 2 Members 3 Trivia 4 References 5 See also // Discography Halo Friendlies (1998, Jackson Rubio, Review: The Phantom Tollbooth, HM Magazine [1]) Acid Wash (1999, Jackson Rubio, Review: The Phantom Tollbooth, HM Magazine[2]) Ghetto Demo (2000) Get Real (2002, Tooth & Nail). Members Natalie Bolanos - bass, lead guitar (1998-2004) Judita Wignall - lead vocals, guitar (1998-2004) Ginger Reyes - bass (1999-2004) Claudia Rossi - drums (2003-2004) Cheryl Hecht - guitar (1998-1999) Deanna Moody - drums (1998-2000) Christina Theobald-Hock - drums (2000-2003) Trivia Lists of miscellaneous information should be avoided. Please relocate any relevant information into appropriate sections or articles. (January 2009) They had a song called "Me vs. the world" which appears on the Freaky Friday soundtrack, while the video for the song appears on the Freaky Friday DVD. Claudia Rossi has played in several well known bands including, Jack Off Jill, Lo Ball, One Of The Loudest Tragedies Ever Heard, (O.O.T.L.T.H.) and Blood Cat Love. Judita Wignall is a mistress-of-all-trades: not only is she an accomplished musician, but she is also a model/actress who has appeared in Austin Powers: Goldmember, an episode of CSI, and was featured as the model for the character Judy Nails in the video game Guitar Hero for the PlayStation 2. They appear in season 6 episode 9 of Buffy the Vampire Slayer titled "Smashed" and perform their song "Run Away". They also appear on the track "Play it Loud" on MxPx's 2003 release Before Everything & After. Some of their tracks, such as "Over It" and "Anything For You" appeared on the TV series Joan Of Arcadia. References ^ McGovern, Brian Vincent (July/August 1998). "Album Reviews: Halo Friendlies ". HM Magazine (72). ISSN 1066-6923.  ^ Van Pelt, Doug (September/October 1999). "The Halo Friendlies acid wash". HM Magazine (79). ISSN 1066-6923.  See also List of all-women bands This article on a United States punk rock band is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e