Grey DeLisle & the Roughhousers Debut New Album

Hollywood music/TV/film polymath Grey DeLisle has joined forces with Eddie Clendening (Million Dollar Quartet), Deke Dickerson (Ecco-Fonics), Carl Sonny Leyland (Big Sandy and The Fly Rite Boys), Murry Hammond (Old 97’s), and DJ Bonebrake (Founding Member of X and The Knitters) to form The Roughhousers, who recorded a brand new roots rock album of all-original children’s music called Princess Mike on October 7th. The band will be launching a new single every two weeks till the album release, starting with the title track, out today, and a new video.

And though The Roughhousers are a freshly-minted band — and “Princess Mike” is their debut single and video — they’re hardly newcomers to show business. Millions of people grew up alongside Grey DeLisle, even if they didn’t know it. She’s the most prolific voice actress in the history of American animation, and she’s lent her Grammy-winning voice to more than two thousand characters, including Daphne on Scooby- Doo and Martin Prince on The Simpsons, plus prominent roles on Batman (as Catwoman), Danny Phantom, Puffy AmiYumi, The Fairly OddParents, Avatar: The Last Airbender, and so many more.