Girls to the Front 2 feat. LaRissa Vienna and the Strange

Girls to the Front 2 feat. LaRissa Vienna and the Strange

Cheap Perfume, Princess Dewclaw, Corner Girls, Aeon Hymn

Sat Mar 25 2017

7:00 pm

$10.00 - $12.00

This event is all ages

LaRissa Vienna and the Strange
Influenced by David Bowie, Johnny Cash and Shirley Temple (with a tattoo on her shoulder to match), LaRissa Vienna is a force to be reckoned with. Her somber ghostly rock tunes will entrance you and leave chills down your spine. The melodic, story-telling guitar mixes perfectly with the melancholy tones of her voice. The bass stays loyal to the hard-hitting drums.

Despite the soothing rock tones, LaRissa Vienna’s live show is nothing short of energetic. Standing 4 feet 11 inches tall, her fiery energy demands the attention of every soul in the audience.

Starting out as a solo artist in 2008, LaRissa Vienna made her mark on the Denver music scene by writing and producing her own music, which she dubs “spooky rock.” Coming off of the local success of her 2015 EP, “Strange Siren,” and having had accumulated over 100,000 views on her “Underwater” music video within just a month of its release, Vienna released her second EP - her first officially as a band - in August 2016. There’s a definite camaraderie on the project, entitled “Make the Pain Pretty,” which finds her further honing her craft and establishing herself as a versatile artist within the rock realm, navigating the genre with grace and authority.

"The Strange" is Nick Workman - the lead guitarist with wild hair who has experience in every style. Aaron Mendoza on bass, influenced by The Cure and Coheed and Cambria, has experience in experimental bands and plays perfectly with the compelling drum styles of Luke Wolff. The classically-trained violinist Vanity Welch adds a perfect unique touch to the band.

LaRissa Vienna and the Strange intend to inspire, influence fans to be creative and express themselves by leading by example.
Princess Dewclaw
the abandoned mall where the trash monster lives
Venue Information:
Marquis Theater
2009 Larimer Street
Denver, CO, 80205
http://www.themarquistheatre.com/