The ball started rolling after a feature segment, alongside edibleRed co-founding member TOM PAPADATOS on FUSE TV’s daily program IMX with Steven and Marionella. COLLETTE had a taste of the spotlight and began receiving offers for roles that helped promote edibleRed. The first stop would be another FUSE TV show, Tattoo Stories, where COLLETTE recounted the origin of their unique body art alongside members of Lacuna Coil. After that, the singer/songwriter was featured on the Style Network’s Split Ends where she swapped her regular hairstylist and sat under the shears of a hot Los Angeles coiffeur.
With all the attention edibleRed received from their handful of TV appearances, it wasn’t long before their music made its way into the hands of music supervisors. The band’s debut single, the fun and frisky “Sugar and Spring,” was featured in the Showtime original series, The L Word, in the season three episode “Lassoed.” That same track received airplay on the Oxygen Network’s Good Girls Don’t. Most recently, COLLETTE and edibleRed cello player, DAVE EGGAR found themselves as guests on the Dr. Keith Ablow Show. The episode featured the talents of twin psychics, who predicted the band was destined for great things!