Hotly-tipped LA “Turbo-Pop-Rockers” announce gig, release the fiercely anticipated single “Up Here” on 22 March and the album “Powder” on 29 March
LA’s finest, Powder, are set to conquer Britain when they release their extraordinary debut UK single “Up Here” on 22 March through Cadiz Music/Pinnacle. The video, featuring a good vs evil comedy caper in which our heroes foil a bank raid and pump out a few killer riffs, is already going down a storm on the rock channels Kerrang! TV and Scuzz, the band have just announced their debut UK show – 10 March at Mean Fiddler, London. Tickets can be obtained on the Ticketmaster hotline 0870 400 0688 or online by going to www.cclive.co.uk.
Repeatedly voted “Best Rock Act” in LA, Powder are a fearsome rock foursome, led by the inimitable Ninette whose love of outrageous costumes, mesmerising stage presence and powerful voice make her a front-woman without equal. She was even drafted in to sing live tracks for the “Josie & The PussyCats” movie. Guitarist Phil X has worked with Tommy Lee and lived to tell the tale. Allan Hearn is the bassist and Wylie, who declares Powder “ready to kick ass”, is the drummer.
The band will soon be in the UK for a series of gigs. A Powder show is not for the faint-hearted. The band combine rock, pop, theatre, and above all energy – rock god Paul Stanley said recently that if they played together Kiss should support Powder!
A slamming rock track, with a truck-load of hooks to grab any real Pop fan, “Up Here” looks set to announce Powder with a serious bang. The track is taken from the killer debut UK album, “Powder”, which is slated for release on 29 March.
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