Mad Wives Tales
MOSH, 'Mad Wives' Tales': Furious and funny, anger with a laugh, a mastery of styles and rhythms. Segues with 'pop' and 'rock' but has a punk sensibility, punk a few years later. Music to ride the ups and downs with in these 'interesting' times. Lisa Gamache is part of a better side of L. A. and a pro- mising new talent. --Lou Guru, KALX 90.7 fm, Berkeley A native Texan, Lisa 'Mosh' Gamache cut her musical teeth in the underground clubs of Austin, opening for the likes of the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Striking out for the West coast in 1990, she refined her vocal technique working as a session vocalist and penning R&B dance music throughout the 90's. The new millennium finds Mosh a veteran rock and roll mom, juggling motherhood with a musical vision that is both fresh and familiar. Her 'big girl voice' has been compared with Annie Lennox (Playboy Magazine), but the words and the style are all her own. Check them out on her first solo CD 'Mad Wives' Tales' released in October 2003.