black keys, Betty Davis, Dorothy, Janis Joplin
Dallas Frasca - vox, Jeff Curran - Guitar + 7 piece rotating members (drums, backing vocal by - Glitter Bitch Club)
Led Zeppelin, Aretha Franklin, Janis Joplin
“Full throttle power” – ROLLING STONE
“Great Vocals, Riffs & Groove!” - SLASH (Guns n Roses)
“Sounds like Janis Joplin & Angus Young had a baby and baptised it in Bourbon” – Rolling Stone
“One of the best front-women in the business” – Upside Down News
Dallas Frasca is everything rock n roll should be: powerful, raw, energy and namesake front woman oozes the very essence of it. From the early incarnations of a trio, the band has grown into a seven-piece with everything from heaving riffs, guitarmonies (phrase coined by the band), three incredible soul backing vocalists (the Glitter Bitch Club), three guitarists (yes that’s right, no bass) and a weapon on the drums.
Endorsed by Guns n’ Roses icon Slash, who commended the frontwoman’s ‘Great vocals, riffs and grooves’, the namesake of the now seven-piece, award-winning Australian rock outfit has toured the world, clocking over 100 shows on home soil and internationally, converting listeners to fans with her band’s contagious brand of blues | heavy soul | rock.
A charismatic and commanding presence on stage, Frasca has a Top 30 ARIA charting album under her belt, a #10 Aus album as well as a swag of awards including ‘Artist of the year’ at the Independent Music Awards. The acts song, ‘All My Love’ won third place above more than 16,000 entries in the International Songwriting Competition (ISC), which landed the band a coveted deal signed with French label, Verycords (Deep Purple, Def Leppard, Bjork).
2018 saw front woman Dallas Frasca a finalist for the inaugural Australian Women in Music Awards in the ‘Artistic Excellence’ category and in April 2018, showed off her guitar skills to an estimated 1.5 billion viewers for the closing ceremony for the Commonwealth Games held at the Gold Coast, Australia.
‘Success is the Best Revenge’, from 2015 release, Love Army, was chosen as the theme song of the worldwide sync on popular TV show, Bondi Ink, and a collaboration with Californian 90s legends Ugly Kid Joe’s album, Uglier Than They Used To Be hit #10 charts on BBC charts in the UK. If that’s not enough to prove this woman’s worth as one of the most exciting vocalists in the country right now, Dallas also appears on recordings by rock royalty Suze DeMarchi (Baby Animals), and American indie icons The Bellrays.
On the tour circuit, the band has rocked the world for more than a decade, supporting the likes of Ugly Kid Joe, Patti Smith, Aerosmith and Van Halen, and once fronting legendary Aussie rock band Midnight Oil in support of Amnesty International.
They have over 1000 shows and 9 international tours under their belts and looks like there are no signs of slowing down yet.