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Dead Sara

Friday, September 28, 2018, 4:00 AM


with Welles
Music History is rich with rock bands fronted by Dynamic duos. Looking to carry on this yin and yang tradition are two talented young women, singer Emily Armstrong and Siouxsie Medley, who front Los Angeles Dead Sara an electrifying rock band whose supercharged music is propelled by Medleys exhilarating, monster guitar riffs and Armstrongs powerful, wailing vocals.The two musicians are a study in contrast onstage: Medley remains rooted in place a solid, steady anchor for Armstrongs almost unhinged performance style. A skilled vocal stylist who can handle blues, soul, and folk-rock with equal aplomb, Armstrong can unleash a guttural howl one minute and trill as pretty as a songbird the next. When asked by the Wall Street Journal in 2012 which female rock singers she admired, legendary Jefferson Airplane singer Grace Slick said Emily Armstrong, citing her strong, urgent sound. Dead Sara, which also includes drummer Sean Friday, has continued to earn the respect of some of the biggest artists in rock and roll over the last two years. In an interview with Fuse in 2013, Dave Grohl simply stated, Dead Sara should be the next biggest rock band in the world.The band has always generated major buzz around their shows, being known for their ferocious spectacle of high-octane live performances. Of one of their local shows at The Troubadour, L.A.s indie-rock tastemaker website Picksysticks.com raved: You almost forgot you were watching a rock show in the 450-capacity Troubadour and not in a venue like Staples Center that holds thousands when Dead Sara launched into their hit Weatherman. OC Weekly has praised the band for its blazing, impassioned classic rock, punk/indie jams, catchy guitar melodies and songs about not backing down, while Buzzbands.la noted that Dead Saras strain of primal rock is loud enough to awaken the ghosts in both the indie and metal underworlds, and maybe even get them to dance a bit. During their 2013 U.S. tour with Muse, Chicago Music Monthly stated that Dead Sara is an example of everything that is right with rock and roll. Their live show is one that will NOT be forgotten for hundreds of Muse fans seeing them for the first time.Their new album, PLEASURE TO MEET YOU, was released in March 2015 on the band's own label, Pocket Kid Records.Singer is Emily Armstrong.Guitarist is Siouxsie Medley. Drummer is Sean Friday.Bass player is Chris Null.

Cost: $12.00 - $15.00
Tickets: http://www.ticketnetwork.com/tix/tickets-3597659.aspx

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