Don't Call Me

by Stiletto Ghetto

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Conceived in San Francisco by comes Stiletto Ghetto a funk rock project roaring out of the West coast.

Conceived in San Francisco by Louis Raphael with a flair for experimental, genre-defying songwriting comes Stiletto Ghetto, roaring out of the West coast and spreading their brand of classic rock from California to New York.

Founded by Louis Raphael (drums, producer and co-writer) he employs a rotating cast of backing musicians and vocalists to finish out his live and studio lineups.

Chock-full of scintillating guitar solos laid on a rock-solid drumming foundation and topped off by powerful female vocals, the Stiletto Ghetto sound rattles the listener to their very core during each and every song.

“San Francisco is a melting pot of people, cultures and music so it comes as no surprise that the band Stiletto Ghetto is a reflection of that eclectic city. They combine rock, funk and soul to make their own unique brand of fiery sounds that is so loud, funky and irresistible it would make the most casual listener stand up and take notice. It was not hard choosing them as our featured artist,” said Keith Hannaleck of

Having officially caught the music industry’s eye, tracks were licensed for two independent movies, including a film directed by Josefina Lopez, author of the acclaimed Real Women Have Curves. They also appeared on a number of 80s tribute records, released by Versailles records, alongside historic acts such as Motley Crue, Ozzy Osbourne, Slash’s Snakepit and many more.

While fans await the group’s sophomore effort, follow the latest news and performance dates via Facebook.


released 10 March 2014
Lyrics: Louis Raphael and Safiya Bird-Whitten
Music: Louis Raphael and Nicolas Vesin



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