Thursday, November 8, 2012

Viva @ The Nick


“Viva has a beautiful voice, solid songwriting chops, and she f*cking shreds the guitar... she and her band are getting down and dirty”
- Baltimore City Paper

VIVA released Rhinestones And Rust this month and is on the road through the Fall surrounding the release.  The video for "A Thousand Horses" premiered at No Depression and features BMX trickster Tory King, a park carousel and the band performing the 6/8 shuffle in a half pipe in Queens. Mia over at AfterEllen picked up the clip as well.

VIVA will be at THE NICK in BIRMINGHAM this SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11th.

The Aquarian
calls VIVA, "The love child of Joan Jett and Little Richard."  Burlington Free Press anoints her a “guitar wizard" and Scott Bernstein of Glide Magazine’s Hidden Track dubs her, “One of the more inventive guitarists on the scene.”  Vintage Guitar
sums, "Viva DeConcini proves she's a force to be reckoned with if rock and roll is to survive and grow."

**Please reach out of you'd like an advance copy of Rhinestones and Rust,
to speak to VIVA or to cover the performance**

 

Sunday, November 11 – 10pm
Viva @ The Nick
2514 10th Avenue South  
Birmingham, AL
(205) 252-3831
$6

*Service Industry Night*
1/2 off ticket price if SIN!

 

VIVA has played everywhere from Bonnaroo with Cyro Baptista to Monterey Jazz Fest with Peter Apfelbaum. She has produced sell out music, burlesque and variety shows at The Slipper Room and Joe's Pub, and is one of the few females to have been featured in Guitar Player Magazine (2009). In 2011 she made her NYC theatrical debut as the musician in Taylor Mac's play WAAFME, which the NY Times hailed as one of 2011's ten best. She will also be performing with him throughout this next year as part of his 24 hour-long concert of imperfection.

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