One can say QUEEN V is more man you can ever be and more woman than you can ever get. A global icon in the making, QUEEN V already holds court as the reigning rock regent of NYC. With a decade under her belt as the quintessential Lady of Manhattan’s Lower East Side,QUEEN V has developed an obsessed fan base that stretches far beyond the concrete jungle.
That fan base is poised to witness the rock n’ roll greatness of V on both coasts this fall. QUEEN V is set to hit Los Angeles, CA and West Hollywood, CA this September, and will perform at two locations in New York City in October. See directly below for a listing of current tour dates.
9/18 – Los Angeles, CA @ Atwater Crossing – Performing as part of Scott Mitchell’s “A Decade of Rock & Roll” Photo Exhibit (Additional performances by John Densmore of The Doors, Stolen Babies and more)
9/20 – West Hollywood, CA @ Sunset Marquis – Unplugged Acoustic Set
10/2 – New York, NY @ Bowery Electric (Additional performances by Dizzy Reed of Guns N’ Roses)
10/10 – New York, NY @ The Canal Room – Part of CBGB Festival
QUEEN V is planning to release a brand new WWII-themed music video for the track “Right or Wrong” this month. V is also currently hard at work writing her next EP, due out next fall.
QUEEN V released her latest album, The Decade of Queen V on June 25, 2013 via Royal Noise Records. Filled with one blistering hard rocker after another, featuring the tough yet soulful, passionate and empowered vocals of QUEEN V, backed by an army of guitar slingers (including herself), The Decade of Queen V encompasses her recorded output from 2005 to 2013.
The Decade of Queen V opens with “Revolution Baby” (2009) where Queen V snarls “if you think you own me, go to hell,” complete with a Led Zeppelin-styled blues-harp by Jon Paris, and ends with “Wasted” (2009), an anthem-for-the-ages co-written by Motörhead’s Lemmy who shares vocal duties with V. Other highlights on the album include the brand new “Cry Your Eyes Out,” the gutsy “My Machine (2009), which features a burning lead guitar solo by Tom Morello (Rage Against the Machine), and the deeply moving “Right Or Wrong” (2005). The 11 tracks on The Decade Of Queen V show that V is not only a fierce rock n’ roll siren, but also a nuanced and varied songwriter, able to traverse a diverse range of emotions.
For more information on QUEEN V, please visit these websites:
QUEEN V Official Website: http://www.queenv.com/web/
QUEEN V Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/officialQueenV
QUEEN V Twitter: https://twitter.com/theQueenV