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"There must be something about writing, playing and recording music way up there" Deering And Down's album "Coupe De Villa" feature the Reverend's songwriting skills and musicianship paired with the vocals styling of young Lahna Deering from Vancouver, British Columbia. "They make a great match and the music is infectious. This is pretty much a rock and roll record with twang and Deering's voice brings to mind such artists as The Motels and Concrete Blonde. Great cuts include "The Ride" and "Rocket It Around". Another cool song is the atmospheric "Prophets Of Doom". My favorite song on the album though, has to be "Sheet Rockin'" and it's a three chord masterpiece that can pretty much stand up to The Velvet Underground's "Sweet Jane" on any given day. Also, "Room 101" is a heart rendering song written about spousal abuse and death that'll surely make you think twice." -- Bernard J Weikert/GRITZ --Bernard J Weikert/GRITZ
Lahna migrated to the tiny Alaskan town at the age of fifteen. Upon her arrival she had the good fortune to encounter rock n roll journeyman The Reverend Neil Down. A noted producer and slightly left-of-center guitar player, Down had composed a cache of killer songs that were in need of the right singer. Enter Deering. When The Rev suggested this project, Lahna recalls, I knew creative juices would be flowing in the same room. The Reverend has a slightly different perspective. Its kind of like Little Red Riding Hood meets the Big Bad Wolf.
The initial spark of Coupe de Villa, the second album produced by Burn Barrel Records, was conceived, recorded and produced out of Alaska and the Yukon Territory. The emphasis here is the music, Down notes. Its pretty hard to get caught up in all the hype and outside noise that can attach itself to making an album, because up here during the winter, there is no hype - there is no noise.
Deering was born in Vancouver, British Columbia and raised in Port Townsend, Washington. She became enamored with music in early childhood. As Lahna reached adolescence she began to write songs and perform in public. I sat on a stool in the corner of a volunteer coffee shop and sang to the teenagers and young professionals sitting on thrift-store furniture. During the summers Deering had discovered Skagway, an historic gold-rush town turned tourist haven at the top of Alaskas inside passage. Skagway reminded me of Port Townsend. I felt like I was home. Deering toiled as a maid for a local hotel, a jewelry salesperson in a trinket shop, and a cast member for a daily stage performance. Then she found her niche as Miss LaLa, a madam dressed in scantily clad costumes who enticed visitors with her brazen attitude and vocal prowess as a part of a recreation of a gold-rush trail camp. We sang songs such as Goodnight Irene and You Are My Sunshine. Old fashioned tunes certainly strengthened my voice. Then Id come home and belt out rock n roll with The Rev.
The Rev, a friend and working musician with such legends as Jerry Scheff (Elvis Presley, The Doors), Henry McCullough (Paul McCartney, Joe Cocker), and Albert Collins maintains that their age difference has never been a hindrance. Down proclaims shes 19 going on 35! Shes an old soul! Deering: I heard The Rev playing during my first summer in Alaska. My mom and I were taking a walk one night, and we heard his music out on the street. We started dancing on the boardwalk. Hes a maniac! I was stuck in this folk, three-string, sad song rut and then I met The Reverend Neil Down. Hes the ultimate rock and roller.
At nineteen, alcohol control laws prohibit Deering from working in clubs that feature live music. However Deering has performed short sets from the boardwalk outside of local establishments and has parlayed visits from her mother to bend the rules. Lahna confesses, last summer, the window sign of a local bar read Tonight only! Dont miss it! Lahnas Mom is in town! Everyone knew what that meant and the place was packed.
Gigging in Canada, where the legal drinking age is 19, has helped alleviate the problem. Now that I have something to focus on, I think this year is the first year that I havent been bummed out about not going into the bars and getting to listen to and play music. she said. I was always standing outside listening to people play music in the rain and the cold.
Coupe de Villa is legal. And lethal. Lahna Deering will not find herself outside the music scene looking in for long.
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