Storm Large has been making a name for herself from tours with Pink Martini to Carnegie Hall. But it is with her loyal and fearless band, Le Bonheur, that she has been grabbing audiences by the lapels and refusing to let go. Ms. Large’s fierce and fiery show includes the American songbook, Broadway tear-jerkers, rock goddess anthems and some of her own gorgeous originals.
“Because it has to be said Storm Large is an astounding presence on the stage. And that voice. She can smolder like a chanteuse and then she lets fly with one of the most powerful rock voices I have ever heard in my life and have you pinned to the back wall with its intensity.”– Short Back & Sides (Australia)Read More
“Pop singer Storm Large turned a City Winery Napa audience on its ear last weekend. Natural talent like hers comes along only once in a stadium full of wannabes.”– Napa Valley Register
“…with a thoughtful and meticulous approach, the result is a compelling, beautiful and enchanting album from start to finish . . . When comparing the artistry and appeal of Storm Large’s ‘Le Bonheur’ to Lady Gaga’s contribution on ‘Cheek to Cheek,’ it’s simply David vs. Goliath with Storm coming out as the undisputed champ.”– The HuffingtonPost
“Large is a serious performer, and whatever she does, she sells it.”– WashingtonCity Paper
“Carrying her strange aesthetic to the end of that twisted path, she arrived at new album Le Bonheur, a set of 13 standards, originals and rock tunes re-imagined as torch songs. The most awesome and unholy example is a version of Black Sabbath’s ‘N.I.B.’ done as mariachi lounge jazz. No joke, the song breathes fire as hot as Ozzy’s dragon screech.”– BostonHerald
“Storm Large is a star, now it’s time for the whole world to realize it. Bravo!”– Metronome