St. Louis, Missouri (October 27, 2019) – Tonight, Brooklyn- based duo Charming Disaster to Off Broadway in st. Louis with historical cello rock band Rasputina. Charming Disaster plays delicate and rich guitar paired with a ukulele married to perfection with butter rich vocals and fantastical lyrics. Shrouded in eye shadow and gothic costumes, Charming Disaster’s; Ellia Bisker and Jeff Morris convey a Haunted Vaudeville aesthetic with comedic and playfully dark lyrics. Playing songs from their newest album Spells + Rituals, Charming Disaster particularly captures the crowd with songs “Heart of Brass” and their quirky and spookily fun “Baba Yaga.” The performance from Charming Disaster includes theatrical subtle surprises and genuine enthusiasm from the crowd. Charming Disaster is a delightful crowd pleaser you can and should experience for yourself as they continue on their tour until November 24th wrapping up in Seattle Washington.
Rasputina self described as complicated and fragile has been playing cello rock music with apothecary air and historical elements for decades. Vocalist and Cellist Melora Creager resonated throughout the intimate venue of Off Broadway. With the perfect pairing of touring companions Charming Disaster, the crowd was primed for the dark and mystifying experience that is Rasputina live. Opening the set with Hunter’s Kiss and wrapping with Transylvania Concubine the audience was enthralled by the indicate harp and ornate cello performance and blow away by the amazing vocal talent of Melora Creager. Rasputina continue this tour through November 2nd.