Romancing Neptune is playing on the west side in down town Santa Monica on tuesday 4/17. Dirty Birdy will be opening up at around 930 and Romancing Neptune will play about 11pm. It is going to be a fun night of Rock&Roll. What else is there to do on a tuesday night besides rock out?
ROMANCING NEPTUNE is going to rocking the house at Molly Malones on Leap night, 2-29-12. We are playing right before my sisters band DIRTY BIIRDY (it's their CD release party) it's going to be a super fun rock night. I hope you can come rock the night with us. We go on at 8:50 but come early there is music before us and have a drink or two xoxo Trisha 575 FAIRFAX AVE. LA, CA 90036 WWW.REVERBNATION.COM/TRISHALURIE WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/ROMANCINGNEPTUNEBAND (you print flyer from facebook)
"Romancing Neptune" @ Molly Malones. Band Open Feel @ 8:00 pm Romancing Neptune plays @ 8:45 You can print the flyer to be found on www.facebook.com/romancingneptuneband after 11-08-11.
Phlying Saucer Phlying Saucer performs at the Viper Room on October 9 at 7:30 PM, Romancing Neptune at 8:00 pm. Stateol will then take the stage at 9 pm. also playing Dig Jelly, Space Funk Odyssey and Kaura
Sounds Like: Foo Fighters, PJ Harvey, The Kills, Band of Skulls, AC/DC
Trisha Lurie, Singer/Songwriter/Guitarist.
About to release debut album "Romancing Neptune"
Romancing Neptune is Trisha Lurie's debut indie rock album, Produced by Pete Thorn, Engineered and Mixed by Bob Clearmountain, additional engineering by Pete Thorn. Vocals/Lyrics by Trisha Lurie. Song W...See Full Bio
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“Trisha embodies the spirit of classic rock artists such as Lita Ford in both her style and sound. From the guitar heavy instrumentals to the in your face nature of some of the lyrical content, it's obvious that plenty of influence was taken from the pages of eighties style arena rock. Don't let this description fool you into thinking that this is all the rising star has to offer though. Utilizing her voice in a much softer tone in a song titled "Eulogy", she draws comparison to bands such as Letters To Cleo. While certainly showing influences from some very popular bands throughout her work, it never comes off as plagiarism. Trisha takes aspects of several different genres and artists and adds her own uniqueness to it to form a style and sound that is her own. While she can come off as edgy and loud on some material and thoughtful and elegant in others, she always comes off as authentic and real on all of her work. ”