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SHADOW PROJECT 1334 + GITANE DEMONE QUARTET + TERMINAL A

Part Time Punks & The Echo Present
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SHADOW PROJECT 1334, Gitane Demone Quartet

Terminal A

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Echoplex

1822 W. Sunset Blvd

The Echoplex is located below The Echo, enter through the alley at 1154 Glendale Blvd

Los Angeles, CA 90026

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For the first time in 27 years, surviving members of supergroup SHADOW PROJECT have come together again as SHADOW PROJECT 1334.

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For the first time in 27 years, surviving members of supergroup SHADOW PROJECT have come together again as SHADOW PROJECT 1334 to perform the music made famous by two Los Angeles Deathrock icons – EVA O and the late, great ROZZ WILLIAMS. Since the tragic passing of ROZZ WILLIAMS in 1998, the music of SHADOW PROJECT and CHRISTIAN DEATH lives on, inspiring new generations of fans. SHADOW PROJECT 1334 includes the original Shadow Project’s EVA O on vocals and lead guitar and introduces on rhythm guitar, Eva’s own flesh and blood, daughter SCARLET DREAM; Also featured, from SHADOW PROJECT’S LEGENDARY 1992 LINE-UP, the powerhouse rhythm section of WILLIAM FAITH (The Bellwether Syndicate, Faith & the Muse, Christian Death) on bass and STEVYN GREY (Frankenstein, 45 Grave, Christian Death) on drums. This reunion of sorts has, from its birth, conceived its own death: it was agreed that SHADOW PROJECT 1334 would only last for 13 performances, after which it will never return. Their performance in June at Germany’s storied WAVE-GOTIKTREFFEN festival was the first — only 12 remain… SHADOW PROJECT 1334 carries on the Shadow Project musical legacy – the study of Light & Dark, Good & Evil, Heaven & Hell.

GITANE DEMONE is a singer, musician and artist. She was a member of Pompeii 99 and Christian Death in the 1980s, followed by a long solo career. Her current project is Gitane DeMone Quartet. Her professional career as vocalist began in 1981 when she formed Pompeii 99 with Valor Kand and Davis Glass. Later, in 1983, DeMone and Kand joined forces with Rozz Williams to form a new line-up of Christian Death. In 1989, Demone relocated to Amsterdam and began a solo career. She had an obvious background in punk and deathrock/gothic rock, but she also had a passion for jazz and legendary female vocalists, most notably Billie Holiday. She maintained a rubber-clad S&M visual image, and the fetish theme carried through into her lyrics. Demone released a couple of EPs early in her solo career (eventually collected on the compilation Facets in Blue). She then renewed her friendship with former bandmate Williams, touring together and then recording the album Dream Home Heartache in 1995, which included both cover versions and their own material. Demone then paired up with Mark Ickx to produce a full-length album, released under the title Demonix around the same time. Demone recorded an album of her own called Am I Wrong? in 1997. She also continued to provide guest vocals for bands on both sides of the Atlantic, and released a compilation of the songs she sung in her Christian Death days. In 2000, she released a second studio album called Stars of Trash which was again self-penned, but recorded with the assistance of the band Dreadful Shadows. Demone currently creates, records and performs with other musicians including Paul Roessler (The Screamers, etc.) and Debra Erin Benham under the title Gitane DeMone Quartet. A published writer, Demone's other artistic activities also include composing poetry and painting.

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SHADOW PROJECT 1334, Gitane Demone Quartet

Terminal A

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Echoplex

1822 W. Sunset Blvd

The Echoplex is located below The Echo, enter through the alley at 1154 Glendale Blvd

Los Angeles, CA 90026

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