Bands to Watch #156: Tiffany Page

By on Wednesday, 13th January 2010 at 2:00 pm
 

Tiffany Page received her first guitar on her fourteenth birthday. Around this time, the North London star was revelling in the American alternative rock of Nirvana, Pearl Jam and The Offspring. Nine years ago, in that angst-filled youngsters’ mind, a rock star was spawned. Now aged 23, Page is certainly set on being one of the biggest girls with guitars this year.

Combining the grunge forces of Courtney Love and Shirley Manson with a contemporary side-order of Lissy Trullie, this Fender femme fatale uses electric licks and a Hynde-esque voice to perfection when creating her rebellious serving of rock ‘n’ roll. It’s snappy and it’s snarling; in fact, you can almost picture Page curling her lip as she knocks out riffs with a perfect punk façade.

Tiffany is currently embarking on a humble headline tour throughout January (starting tonight with a free show at the Cavern in Exeter), and will be supporting The Noisettes on the road February onwards. Her debut album is set to be released later this year. To check out gig dates, hear music, and generally learn more about Page, hit her MySpace page. You can watch a rehearsal video of the song ‘Walk Away Slow’ below.

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[…] with guitar” Tiffany Page, who you may have caught in Jess’s Bands to Watch post last week, is hitting the road over the next few months on an extensive UK tour. She will be […]

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