The LBians Background Info
The LBians, a band from Long Beach comprised of 4 stellar musicians: Amber (lead singer), Tina (bass guitar/vocals), Carole (drums) and Sky (lead guitar). Using a unique blend of alternative rock and soul, their sound captivates the audience and creates an irresistible vibe that takes the listener back to the early days. From Joan Jett to Adele, to U2, these four girls have a rhythm that keeps the audience on the edge of their seats, begging for more. (via ReverbNation)
Southern California has really caught the eye of MarsBands lately. A couple weeks ago you were introduced to Sisaret, and about a month before that you were introduced to Well Hung Heart. Today we’re introducing you to The LBians. What do all three of these bands have in common, aside from making music that will Rock you? They are each fronted by some of the most powerful female vocals you may ever hear.
The LBians’ lead singer, Amber, has a voice that can hit the low notes and hit the high notes and everything in between. As if by destiny, Amber’s vocals mix brilliantly and perfectly with the music from Tina, Carole and Sky to create songs that not only will Rock you, but they will kick your ass. This is some seriously good Rock music. And you all know my love of female-fronted bands. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – Women can do things with their voices that no man can. Amber is another perfect example to my claim.
And, as you may also know, I love harmony. The only thing better than a great singer is when a great singer is accompanied by great harmony. The LBians have plenty of great harmony. I was really impressed with the harmony is their song Fool. It may be a “garage recording” but it is amazing good. And the song itself makes me think of Bush. And that’s another thing, I love the garage recordings. I wish every band would make them available.
As for my favorite song, I am a pretty big fan of Stayed Too Late, but I’m really diggin’ Self Righteous. I love the Classic Rock sound that Self Righteous has, but I also love the slow, methodical way Stayed Too Late hooks you. I can’t decide. It’s a toss up. What about you? What’s your favorite? Sound off in the comments below, and as always, enjoy!