Losing Scarlet
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Losing Scarlet


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September 17, 2009 ) CHICAGO, IL – Face melting guitar, pumping and thumping rhythms, aggressive, and in-your-face vocals will greet those attending The Elbo Room on Thursday, September 24th. Led by the lithe and dark Jodi Kell on vocals, and supported by guitarist Scoot Haith, bassist Petra Sith, and drummer Conor Mccann, this four-piece heavy-hitting rock band is beginning to hit the music scene with intensity.

Beginning their tour at The Elbo Room and supporting another great band from Indiana, “Philpot”, Losing Scarlet is kicking off a long list of shows with this performance. Soon following this show, Losing Scarlet is scheduled to play at The Corner Bad, Penny Road Pub, O’Malley’s, House Café…the list goes on.

Formed in late 2007, within three months Losing Scarlet had written and recorded a six song demo and performed three live shows. Taking it slow through 2008 to polish their music and live show, Losing Scarlet has become a well oiled machine ready to break into the scene with a series of killer performances.

The Elbo Room show begins at 8PM and fans are encouraged to arrive early, as the venue is expected to fill up fast.

To listen yourself to Losing Scarlet, and to see a list of upcoming shows, check out their MySpace page at www.myspace.com/losingscarlet .

I Saw this band at Penny Road Pub in Barrington, Ill. They're mixture of guitar work and female vocals is very thought out and different. I recommend at least a look see and make your own opinion. - Tom Polte


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Losing Scarlet formed in late 2007 when vocalist Jodi Kell contacted guitarist Scott Haith about forming a band. After hearing Jodi sing Scott knew there was something special about her voice and there would be only one bassist to compliment the collaboration. Petra Sith agreed to hear the two songs that Jodi and Scott had put together and the band became a three piece. But what about a drummer? Conor Mccann was the first drummer the three tried out, and after a few sessions together, they knew he was it. Losing Scarlet was born and ready to play. Within three months they had written and recorded a six song demo and performed at three shows. They received a very warm response at these shows and have steadily been building up a loyal fan base ever since. Losing Scarlet’s fan base is as diverse as there music. With fan ages running from pre-teen to empty nester, Losing Scarlet draws a very diverse crowd. After taking it slow through 2008 to get to know each other musically and personally, Losing Scarlet has become a well oiled machine ready to take 2009 by storm! They invite you to be a part of it.