LG is the embodiment of hustle. As the driving force behind Thelma and The Sleaze,
she is the songwriter, the visionary, the take-no-shit-from-anyone front woman that is
single handedly keeping rock and roll alive. Thelma and The Sleaze has been touring
the US for years building a legion of fans, affectionally called her creepers. The growing
social media presence, the hit podcast, the features with Yamaha Guitars are really all
the result of her incredible songwriting, visceral guitar playing, and the guts to deliver on
her vision of what Rock and Roll should be. The people have noticed – having pre-
sold nearly half of the first pressing of Fuck, Marry, Kill in two days!!
Fuck, Marry, Kill is the culmination of years of breaking down, building up, and growing
their sound. After the disintegration of their old line-up and pulling together new
bandmates, LG has been touring with them almost nonstop with over 100 shows in
2019. One of the highlights of the tour were two sold out shows supporting Grammy
Nominee Brittany Howard.
Amidst all the touring, the band was able to track Fuck, Marry, Kill in Nashville,
produced by LG with Mixing and Mastering by Jim Kissling in Detroit (King Tuff, Ex
Hex, The Go). Inspirations for this album pull from 80’s metal, Robert Palmer, Eddie
Money, Depeche Mode, and early Rock and Roll.
Having performed with acts like Eagles of Death Metal, The Coathangers, Birdcloud,
Burmuda Triangle, and Charles Bradley, Thelma and The Sleaze have long
established themselves as one of the best touring bands out there. Having signed on to
The What of Whom for the release of their next record, Fuck, Marry, Kill, they have also
released music through the likes of Burger Records and Third Man Records.
Thelma and The Sleaze has also launched two successful season of their Podcast
Queen of Shit Mountain. Season two has featured legendary country singer Tanya
Tucker and front woman for Alabama Shakes and solo artist Brittany Howard.
Thelma and The Sleaze is busy booking their first tour of 2020 which will feature date at
SXSW and a supporting slot with Shannon and The Clams.