Storm Large performing

Saturday, September 20, 2014, 8:00 pm
McCullough Theatre

Storm Large & Le Bonheur

Le Bonheur
James Beaton, piano
Scott Weddle, guitar
Matt Brown, electric bass
Greg Eklund, drums

Presented in partnership with KUT

Singer, actor, author, and playwright Storm Large is a unique talent whose charms and remarkable voice are quickly creating a buzz within the performing arts world. As the singer in the band Pink Martini, a finalist in the reality show Rock Star Supernova, and as a critically acclaimed performer, Storm Large has taken her voice from rock clubs along the west coast to the Carnegie Hall stage, performing with The Detroit Symphony.

For this performance, Storm brings her band Le Bonheur for an evening of American songbook classics, Broadway tearjerkers, and rock anthems with a fierce emotional commitment and a wicked sense of humor. Storm is a powerhouse not to be missed!

“Storm Large delivers each song with an unwavering, exhilarating intensity and passion that pierces the air with a controlled recklessness sure to send shivers down your spine throughout this beautiful storm of a show.” – Edinburgh Festival Magazine (UK)

Praise for Storm Large’s new album Le Bonheur

“A new cool sophistication is coming to the tightly clustered female vocal jazz pack and her name is Storm Large…Large moves across genres to the point all lines are blurred. She doesn’t sing the songs, she makes the music.” – Critical Jazz

“[Le Bonheur} mixes tunes for the Great American Songbook with heavy metal, glam rock and French chanson. The arrangements are all varied and excellent…The Jacques Brel classic Ne me quitte pas has Storm smoothly shifting between French and English, and her harmonies on Unchained Melody with Waller are gorgeous…This is a great CD of vocals… this one is a winner.” – Audiophile Audition

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