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Tiger & The Rogues / Press

“While all genres are welcomed and celebrated in Emergenza Festival, one cannot help but love classic rock and roll. This is the type of music that Tiger & The Rouges delivers; a powerful stage presence with their own signature brand of blues-rock that keeps audiences wanting more. Lou Tiger O’Connor is the leading lady in this traditional rock band. It is her bluesy vocals, coupled with strong instrumentals that make up the cool music that is Tiger & The Rouges. Expect classic vibes, along with innovative musical styling when you listen to this amazing band. Their stage presence is something to be admired, as they truly know how to command a stage. With so many elements brought together and blended seamlessly with classic rock and roll, Tiger & The Rouges is a force to be reckoned with. Tiger & The Rogues make their debut Emergenza performance on the stage of The Lair, located inside the historic Metro Theatre, on April 13th.”

“NAMING her musical heroes as the Rolling Stones, Cream and Jimi Hendrix, Gen Y rocker Lou ‘Tiger’ O’Connor has always felt anachronistic...O’Connor, who fronts four-piece band Tiger and the Rogues, said her passion for classic rock had been instilled by her father...“I really enjoy writing and playing rock ‘n’ roll music with a blues edge," [O'Connor said}...Dubbed “hometown blues pop”, the band plays modern retro rock in the style of Kings of Leon and Foster The People. But don’t expect sad ballads about love lost...- the Rogues make music you can dance to. “We don’t take ourselves too seriously. Rock music is supposed to be fun ... if people aren’t tapping their feet in time to the beat, it’s not worth playing,” O’Connor’s favourite original song is You’re Alright, a...bluesy love song inspired by her friendship with...bandmates. Her vocals carry a bluesy, country twang, reminiscent of American songstress Rickie Lee Jones.The band hopes to record”