The Storm Large Benefit Show Was A Hit!

The Storm Large Benefit Show Was A Hit!

Thank you to everyone who joined this amazing show!

Storm performed a mix of standards and originals to a captivated audience, and answered questions about her life, her inspirations, and an amazing friend who recently passed away from COVID-19, but who was able to connect with Storm right before she left us. Check out a small taste of the show below!

And in exciting news, Storm is now a contestant on America’s Got Talent! She wowed the judges in her first performance, even garnering a standing ovation from Simon Cowell!

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We will all be watching to see if Storm makes it to the final round!

Portland-based singer Storm Large performs for Simon Cowell and the other “America’s Got Talent” judges on the Tuesday, June 15 episode (Photo: Trae Patton/NBC)Trae Patton/NBC

Storm Large is a musician, actor, playwright, and author, with a voice that goes from velvety purr to mighty Valkyrie in a single phrase. Delivering American songbook classics, Broadway tear-jerkers, and rock goddess anthems, Storm is a vocalist whose iconoclastic talent defies the laws of nature.

Storm shot to national prominence in 2006 as a finalist on the CBS show Rock Star: Supernova, where despite having been eliminated in the week before the finale, Storm built a fan base that follows her around the world to this day. Storm recently launched her first major release with her new band Le Bonheur, available worldwide on Heinz Records. Le Bonheur (French for “The Happiness”) draws inspiration from a rich and varied musical tradition; Storm shares her vision of a genre-free world, collecting songs born of French theatrical chanson, jazz standard, heavy metal, smokehouse lounge, and a handful of originals, and stitching them all together into her own singular sonic tapestry to create an unrestrained and impassioned exploration of love, desire, and truth.