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“She strums her electrified acoustic guitar, lets out an unearthly Moroccan Arabic wail. And she's on with a voice that can rock the earth. I become a fan instantly. The Arabic wail, the deep contralto voice (or maybe it's alto?), the angst, the depth, the being at home in deep dark places, the unique selfness she brings. I love it. It's right up my alley. She sounds like a young Grace Slick. But in her own way.”

“How come no one's discovered this girl? She can't be more than 21, yet she sings with the experience of the ages.”

-Anna Maganini - Anna Maganini

"Weather at Java Groove Coffee"

“It became clear from the first chord struck during her performance that this solo folk artist has the gift of power and humanity in her art.”

“One of the most intense contrasts one can observe in Weather’s onstage persona is her ability to carry herself with the free-spirited sweetness of a youthful heart, while speaking the words of maturity and wisdom regarding her life experiences, and the deep world that she taps into through her music. She becomes larger than life, almost as if no space can hold her intensity. Her phrasing is so forceful, that it warrants a second, and a third listen. At one moment, she is speaking to you, and in the next, she is off on a call to something larger.”

“She will be one to keep in sight, as she is just getting started on what will surely be a successful, memorable journey that captivates others wherever they hear her words.”

-Thomas Page
Dig This Real Magazine - Dig This Real Magazine


This October, Weather debuted her first album "Animal", which she recorded in Santa Cruz, California by Michael Konopka.





Weather is a whirlwind of music brought to you by the sounds of the changing and unexpected world of today. The music represents the lyrical aspects of Bob Dylan, with a voice compared to the raspy Janis Joplin and to the powerful Grace Slick (Jefferson Airplane), along with the tortured souls of Fiona Apple and Linda Perry (4 Non Blondes).

However, a different element emerges with the lower bass tones of the guitar, the use of the theremin, and of the harmonica. With a simplistic collaboration of the bass drum, the music creates an atmosphere filled with love, struggle, and humanity. It is as if the music were growing from a concrete parking lot with the intent of turning into a forest.

With Weathers thundering presence she delivers an unpredictable performance for all. She is currently playing at local Los Angeles venues, as well as benefits.

This past June Weather had a one week tour in New York City. She performed at The Bitter End, The Friars Club, Arlene's Grocery, and the 2010 National Puerto Rican Day Parade to name a few.

This October, Weather debuted her first album "Animal", which she recorded in Santa Cruz, California by Michael Konopka.

Weather is ready to take the world by storm.