“A New York-based solo electric bassist/singer and sometimes acoustic guitarist makes the western trip at least once a year to visit family and friends.
Back home in the Big Apple, she rocks the joint with her band Grace Beats Karma, but out west she lets her coffee house freak flag fly -- the music is sometimes, she admits, "strange and dramatic," but it never wanders too far from its folk/country/rock roots.
Her bass thumps like a great, twisted heart and she's got a voice you could fry an egg on, all heartbreak and husky promise.”
Butler's Coffee House Webpage
“Misha comes from New York, and travels around the U.S., sharing her singing talent in coffee houses, clubs, bars, pubs and restaurants as well as concert halls. Misha's unique, sultry voice is both relaxing and edgy. Her songs are thoughtful, yet easy to soak up with your suds or cocktail in and relaxed night club atmosphere.
Visiting Gallagher's in Huntington Beach during her California performance schedule, Misha's tour of the U.S. brings her to downtown Huntington Beach
We listened to several of misha's tunes on her myspace site (myspace.com/mishasbass) and liked them all, but especially enjoyed several that included "low". Misha plays guitar for many of her songs, and is a shapely blonde with a face that portrays classic elegance. Pleasant to look at, nice to listen to, and talented...this is an act you ought to check out!”
— Huntington Beach Events
“Misha Mermaid Magic If you’ve ever seen Misha at an open mic, you’d probably remember her. If you’ve ever heard Misha play more than a song or two,then you know her real instrument of interest isn’t that bass, it’s her voice. Strangely chameleonic, her voice changes from a sensual Eartha Kitt purr to a harrowing Diamanda Galas howl to a Stevie Nicks growl. Usually she sticks with one approach per ditty, but sometimes she tries out a juxtaposition of two. Whatever she does,she does it to wring the emotion out of every line of her songs”