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About Storm Large

A vocalist with a bigger-than-life stage persona, Storm Large is perhaps best recognized from her appearances as a contestant on the 2006 reality TV show Rock Star: Supernova. The tall, blonde-haired, multi-tattooed Large was born Susan Storm Large in 1969 in rural Massachusetts. Interested in performing from a young age, Large eventually attended the Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City. After graduating with an associate's degree in 1989, Large moved to San Francisco, CA. While there, she sang in various bands including Storm & Her Dirty Mouth and Storm, Inc. Her next move took her to Portland, OR, and found her studying cooking at a local culinary institute. Ultimately, she returned to performing music and formed Storm & the Balls in 2002. A high-energy rock band that often mixes punk rock with a cabaret sense of irony, Storm & the Balls have covered songs by such unlikely bands as ABBA, Olivia Newton-John, the Cramps, and Metallica, often mashing the songs together in a kind of stream-of-consciousness rock medley. In 2006, Storm appeared alongside other vocalists on the second season of the reality TV show Rock Star: Supernova, competing to become the lead singer of a supergroup that included Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee. It was during this show that she debuted her original composition "Ladylike." After getting voted off the show, Storm released a single of "Ladylike" featuring guitarist and Rock Star host Dave Navarro. In 2007, Storm released the EP Ladylike Side One. ~ Matt Collar

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