You have probably seen the six-foot tall, foul-mouthed, Storm Large perform on Rockstar: Supernova.
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Storm And Her Dirty Mouth (1998)
01 - I'm Not Alright
02 - Lust
03 - Superman
04 - Ima Yora
05 - Geraldine
06 - Crazy Love
ABOUT STORM LARGE:
How do fans love Storm? Let them count both the ways and the lanky inches, for there are many, many, many of them. But the rocker's impressive height is certainly not the only stand-out quality that makes Storm Large so exceptionally memorable. Even if she wasn't six feet tall, you'd still feel like a midget standing next to her--so enormous is her talent.
In her critically acclaimed (the press loves Storm) and always-packed revue in a little club in Portland, Oregon, Storm and her band The Balls have collected a devoted following of fans who not only witness one gorgeous, sexy, fearless babe with balls-to-the-wall, tear-the-house-down vocal chops, but an oftentimes ingenious stage performer. A formidable, commanding and one-of-a-kind performer with an inspired, beautiful and ferocious voice, Storm's been described by some as almost transcendental. To put it in more simple terms, you're never bored when Storm's in the house.
Not surprisingly, the charming, funny and brave woman (born with the fateful name Storm Susan Large) was a sweet kid born in the pastoral community of Southboro, Massachusetts from where, naturally, she rebelled. At 14 years old, the once blond little angel was a six-foot tall mohawked and pierced non-conformist who between running away and defying authority, found her real talent of blowing people away--through singing.
In 1989, she earned her associates degree in performance at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City and, realizing the theater scene wasn't her bag, soon moved on to San Francisco where she started her band, Flower SF. Other bands would follow and disband, leading her to the puddle-town environ of Portland where her lounge core act has given her gigs and tours galore, as well as making Storm a local legend. The next step for the barnstorming, rafter shaking Storm? How about global legend? For once you experience Storm, you surely won't forget her. To paraphrase The Scorpions, Storm really does rocketh like a hurricane.