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Magnificent and empowering!
Hi Electraqueens, welcome to LA Music Review! Tell us a little bit about you and your music.
ElectraQueens (Jenane, Gabrielle Vaughn, and Alyssa Scott) are an unstoppable girl power trio from Nashville, TN. They have collaborated with The Bacon Brothers on a recent release of their new EP ‘Erato,’ “Let Me Happen to You Girl” and Kathy Sledge of “Sister Sledge” fame on a cover of “You Are Everything” by The Stylistics.
ElectraQueens made their City Winery debut in Nashville for two shows, performing alongside The Bacon Brothers (Kevin Bacon and Michael Bacon) and their all-star band. The queens will be returning to sing with The Bacon Bros on select upcoming tour dates.
ElectraQueens have begun to grow their fanbase on the TikTok platform, and now have 115K+ followers after the success of their “duet” style videos (“You Sing Lead”/”You Sing Melody”), which you can watch here.
The supergroup also performed at the Sound Mind Network Music Festival, sharing the stage with The Bacon Brothers, Johnny Showcase of America’s Got Talent, celebrity chef and songwriter Tony Luke Jr., and TikTok singer/songwriter sensation and autism awareness advocate Cory Singer.
Start streaming “Woman” here:
Congrats on the release! What was your inspiration when you were writing this project?
Released on April 21, 2023. ElectraQueens’ new single is all about female empowerment. The group shares, “As a trio of strong, resilient women, we wanted to write an anthem for not only other women but also a song to empower ourselves.
What is your vision for this song?
It’s incredibly special to us and reminds us of all the beautiful things we can celebrate about being female, no matter what that may look like.
It also speaks on all the things we believe women deserve.
What is your favorite part of this body of work?
The line ‘never seems to put her first, underestimates her worth’ was a line we had all felt deeply before, and we felt other women would relate to. We knew that we weren’t the only women that had felt this way, so we finally decided to sit down and write it for all the badass ladies out there who need some encouragement just like we do. This song is for all women, no matter what they look like.
Anything else we should know about?
The queens are currently working on new music with Grammy-award-winning producer Jesse Brock.