of the Month, December 1998
Born Storm Large to the quiet New England town of Southboro, Massachusetts.
They never knew what hit them. This storm was already too large for the
provincial puritans of the 'boro. While other girls wanted to be Marcia
Brady, Storm wanted to be Bruce Lee. Always protecting the underdog, this
flaming red head grew and sang and grew and sang until she was 6 feet
tall; would fight for anything she believed in and could sing anything
given to her. She took her powerful voice for granted. A high school music
teacher, Ruth Cooper, tried to encourage the rebelliously charismatic
teenager to trust her love for music. Music was too much fun so she put
her emotions and good looks to use traveling acting and modeling avenues,
but she had way too much to say. She had to write. So this vibrantly seductive
tornado now twirls her audience around her provocative voice with her
The band is Storm & Her Dirty Mouth. Storm, guitarists Michael Cavaseno
and Geoff Pearlman, bassist Ubi Whitaker and drummer Dan Foltz got together
1998 to rock hard and spread out. Their fans followed them. The result
is a self-titled EP produced by Thom Wilson (The Offspring, Madonna, Iggy
Pop) released on Popmafia Records in October 1998.
In the meantime, her mouth landed on Ubiquity's recording artist, Bugs'
album, Infinite Syndrome, and with Storm as the featured vocalist, the
first single/video "About You" obtained regular rotation on
MTV and many adds to commercial rock radio ncluding KROQ and LIVE 105.
Renowned renaissance artist Frank Kozik known for his poster art and
record label, Man's Ruin, enlisted Storm to model for selected album covers
and posters. Storm and her Dirty Mouth will be hitting your city soon.
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