Sulfur City
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Sulfur City

Greater Sudbury, Ontario, Canada | SELF

Greater Sudbury, Ontario, Canada | SELF
Band Blues Rock

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The Ray and Joe Show: College Undeground Radio
http://www.collegeundergroundradio.com/
CBC Radio
KROCKS Radio http://www.zeropointradio.com
FMR Radio http://www.fortmyersradio.us
Detroit's WROM http://wromradio.net
ROCK365 Radio http://rock365radio.com/
Indie 365 Radio http://t.co/TMaVZfJr
Songs Played: St. James Infermary, You Don't Know Me, Bones, Trouble
CKLU 99.7 FM 2 hour live acoustic show and interview
LP complition: May 30 Crumbled

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One stage... four bodies...duct tape and long black gloves...grungy Mississippi Delta grooves....electric rhythms pulsating across the floor...Sulfur City has all the dirt slinging raw vibes a body needs and then some. It’s a fuel that burns full throttle ignited by the heat of Lori's soulful voice and the power and passion of her performance. Sulfur City is calling out to your nerve endings and wants to shock your senses so unplug your ear holes tie up your boots and let the stomping begin.

"...one of the most unique, powerful stage performances we have ever seen! You will never forget this band with vocalist Lori Paradis and her electric washboard!" Mellaney Dahl and Terry Callaghan, Q92 FM

“Lori, your booming voice draws from an overt Blues sound but also has very Gospel pangs. To me you are the Canadian Janis Joplin! ” Constance Adams , OAC Orange Country Reverb

"Harshly beautiful music…with slide guitars, washboard, and Lori's booming voice, you'll feel like you're standing in a bar in the heart the Mississippi Delta." Jason Turnbull, CBC Radio One

“…raw soulful sound, their vibe is infectious.” Artistic Director, Summerfest

“Lori sings like Bessie Smith and Odetta all rolled up into a tiny little frame.” Artistic Director Northern Lights Festival

“…a distinctive modern blues sound.” Doc MacLean