It’s a good thing Storm Large didn’t listen to all those muckety-mucks years ago. Record tag heads, managers and publicists told a moist thespian that she was too many things to sell as one package. She is a exemplary thespian who warranted a station acclaim during Carnegie Hall. She is also a silky-voiced jazz artist, a hard-smashing rocker and a “wow-she-said-that-onstage” vocalist who will whip politicians between songs. Business forms competence have been baffled, though not her fans.
She will be bringing her adult-only uncover to Work | Release on Sunday as partial of a Fringe Festival.
“I don’t have a clever cocktail sensibility. I’m some-more like a weird, kind of fringe-y, foul-mouthed, really opinionated, realistic artist, and we don’t take good to being told what to do,” pronounced Large, during a phone talk from her home in Portland, Ore.
“Thank God, we was too wakeful that I’m a (bleep) liar. we can’t