She won a spot on the show by performing a rendition of her risque song "Ladylike" during the audition process.Before moving to Portland, she performed in the San Francisco Bay Area with her former bands (in order from most-recent back) Storm & Michael (billed as "Storm and Friends" on at least one occasion at Sweetwater in Mill Valley, CA), Storm Inc., Storm and Her Dirty Mouth, and Flower SF. on the "Locals Only" television show produced by TMC.Storm Large (Susan Storm Large), 37, lives in Portland, OR where she leads her band The Balls.
At 14 years old, the once blond little angel was a six-foot tall mohawked and pierced non-conformist who between running away and defying authority, found her real talent of blowing people away--through singing.
In 1989, she earned her associates degree in performance at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City and, realizing the theater scene wasn't her bag, soon moved on to San Francisco where she started her band, Flower SF.
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Motivated at least entirely by nothing but If they cant take a joke, Fuck Em, and Hey, lets put on a Show, complete with a banner reading Laziest Band Ever, The (originally titled) Hellfire Anti-Social Club was born and the angels rejoiced.
Soon thereafter, having discovered a mutual appreciation for each other and the attention, the now more accurately renamed STORM & THE BALLS became a fixture in Portlands totally bizarre music scene, as it was meant to be.The commanding, 6-foot blond vixen cleverly twists rock and heavy-metal hits, American classics and everything in between into absurd and poignant renditions best described as loungecore.In Storm's world, Abba and Iron Butterfly coexist harmoniously in "Abba-Gadda-Davida," and it's perfectly normal to revisit Metallica, the Cramps and "The Star-Spangled Banner" in one raucous evening.Other bands would follow and disband, leading her to the puddle-town environ of Portland where her lounge core act has given her gigs and tours galore, as well as making Storm a local legend.The next step for the barnstorming, rafter shaking Storm? For once you experience Storm, you surely won't forget her.In some cases storm events sufficiently inundate the sites with sand to result in periodic abandonment.