If there is a rock throne, Liza Colby is a strong candidate to take the crown. The power of Tina Turner, the instrumental sound of Led Zeppelin, the punk character of the New Yorker Daenerys Targaryen … Fire at will!
Alec Morton (bass), Tom McCaffrey (guitar) and C.P.P. Roth (drums) have been playing together for twenty years, with stars like Ozzy Ousbourne, Suzanne Vega, Joey Ramone or Gloria Gaynor. The icing on this formidable trio is one last addition: the guitarist Jay Shepard, who has enriched the band with a delicious psychedelia.
Liza is a frontwoman with all the ingredients to have the audience eating out of her hand: a privileged voice and a whirlwind when she comes out to play on stage. Liza is here and now. Liza is liberation, seduction and power. Liza is the perfect storm.
The band has been strong in New York for a decade and this year – already conquered Sala Sol or Razzmatazz – launches its second European tour with new album under their arms: Object To Impossible Destination and a single (Thunder Rolling) to dishevel your hair.
Seventies evocations, old school rock, soul, garage rock … Do you dare or what?