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Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
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Storm Large tickets offer a knock-out show of live Lougnecore music with Large and The Balls. Storm Large is an iconic singer, theater artist and live entertainer. She is known for her Hollywood star like looks and charms. She is one of a kind singer and makes waves wherever she goes. Large is currently associated with the band Storm and The Balls. She rules mainstream music as the queen of Loungecore. This genres is her own sexy, crazy version of punkrock jazz. She is also using her formally training in dramatics and is involved in stage and cabaret shows.
Large has been active musically since 1989; she had been singing solo mostly while exploring everything from rock to jazz to pop and metal. Large got noticed at the national level for the first time as a Rock Star: Supernova contestant. She made it to the finals of the show where she performed Crazy Enough her autobiographical musical memoir. This was her first claim to fame; she performed at the Portland Center Stage that was sold out for a non-stop 17-week run of her show. This reality show allowed her to be scouted to mainstream music where she majorly performed as a rock artist.
Recently, Large used acting talents and made it to theater and also cabaret. She has been associated with a number of acts which include Flower SF, Storm Inc., Storm and Her Dirty Mouth, Dan the Automator, the Mermen, Broun Fellinis and Dave Navarro. Large best performances to date are with Pink Martini at the Minnesota Orchestra and the Central Park's Summerstage. She has a total of seven albums on her portfolio and has made guest appearances on many others. Large balances the two sided of her career very well. Before teaming up with The Balls, Large was playing with the Portland based acclaimed band Pink Martini. Now she is having a blast with The Balls. She is equally active on the cabaret and theater front.
Storm Large has an amazing stage presence and intelligence. She chooses to perform the songs best suited for the occasion, no wonder her concerts attract huge crowds every time. She bring in whole lot of influences from Abba to Iron Butterfly to Metallica, and the Cramps in a single concert. The 2012 Storm Large concert at the Sunset Center is an example of this. She performed here as Pink Martini’s vocalist and set the entire stage on fire by singing some mesmerizing songs. Her most memorable shows however are the four sold-out concerts she did with the National Symphony Orchestra. She joined them as a guest vocalist in 2010 and since then has been performing with them on these concerts.
As an artist Storm has enjoyed a great deal of fame. Associations with various acts helped her polish her singing and evolve as an artist. Large always felt the need to make her own mark and this is when the Balls made it possible. They were discovered by Storm as the perfect match for her musical interest; once with them she decided to do her own music. Together, they play a wide range of live rock, pop and metal. All these sounds wrap up in Large’s Loungecore and gave out punching, hard hitting songs. These songs have thrilled and excited fans, leaving them longing for more. Large and the band are super tight together; The Balls play their hearts out while working along her voice. The result is amazing in studio and on stage chemistry. Watch this chemistry come alive this summer with Storm Large tickets.
Storm Large was always musically inclined, she started singing since she was five years old. She went to the American Academy of Dramatic Arts NY and relocated to San Francisco finally landing in Portland. This city allowed her to meet the three balls: Brian Parnell, Davey Nipples and James Beaton. The band had a club based cult following already and were famous for doing their own compositions and some renditions of iconic songs of the seventies and eighties. Storm and The Balls came together in 2002. They were simply awesome together; their twisted music fixated the people in a round Oregon. Their sound spread to the rest if the US and the band became a hit everywhere. With almost a decade as a band, Storm and The Balls have grown stronger. They have toured and entertained huge crowds all over the United States.