Against all odds Alternative Rock singer Esh combines glam and progressive Rock reminiscent of famous female RockersJuly 28, 2011 // 0 Comments
Chicago Atl/Rock Singer Esh continues to defy all odds, commanding center stage among her dominant male counter parts. Her signature spitfire red hair and sexy, but edgy black wardrobe signifies her glam/punk rock style. Her innovated combination of glam/rock & progressive rock projects waves of energy and excitement in every performance. Esh’s sound revisits artist from the early 80’s like the Rock duo Heart, Tina Turner & Pat Benatar; which she names as some her musical influences. This well- sought after Indie artist is currently working on her highly anticipated first EP, to be released this fall, while touring the Midwest with her band members; Lead Guitarist Nick Jaffe, Bass Guitar- Terrance Lee & Drums Brandon Tigner. Her self-titled show, (The Esh Experience) takes you on an extraordinary rollercoaster of emotions. She covers songs that range from Radiohead’s “All I Need”–where she adds a spiritual awakening to this smash hit—to The Rolling Stones’ “Paint It Black” in which she electrifies the stage with her raw vocals leaving the audience craving for more. Before the show ends, she opens a window into her personal thoughts & feelings with countless original songs. Esh is more than just a singer/songwriter; she continues to stay culturally and socially active. She puts tremendous value in giving back to her community. She works for a non-profit organization where she puts her God-given talents to use. She teaches urban youth visual/ performing arts. She states: “…exposing children to the arts can not only influence their lives, but change their destiny.” The Esh Experience recently performed at The Elbo Room in Chicago. You can find upcoming tour dates & new music @ EshThesinger on Facebook, ReverbNation & Youtube. Before the end of the interview, the soft spoken singer with the powerful voice encouraged her fans and others who don’t yet know her or have heard her music to “dream big and step out of your comfort zone, never allow others to place you in a box.
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