Fans of Jimmy Century are an electronic/pop/indie dance music group with hypnotic grooves, trip hop obsession, and a love for modern noir. They originated in San Francisco, but now call the lively city of Las Vegas, Nevada, home. "Fans, Fans of Jimmy, Jimmy Century, or FOJC" is headed up by the talented vocalist Alicia Perrone and gifted guitarist Victor James. Originally formed in 2007, the band is known for songs such as "Va Va Voom to the Moon," "International," "Mr. Las Vegas," "Blonde Ambition," and "Hot Sahara" which helped steam up Showtime's The L Word in 2008, in a sexy scene known by L Word fanatics as "The Hot Sahara Scene." Hot Sahara went on to climb to #23 on the FMQB Top Dance Radio Charts, with heavy support and airplay on Energy 92.7 SF KNGY and Pulse 87 NYC. Additional Features include Ugly Betty, Samantha Who, and The Hills among others. In 2013, Va Va Voom to the Moon received strong support from Las Vegas' top pop station, Mix 94.1FM.
On Sept 29th, 2014 Fans of Jimmy Century released a pair of "twin singles""Blackout" and "Lips On Mine." These singles mark the exciting collaboration of FOJC and hot production duo Eurotrash Collective.