Grace Solero is a true one-of-a-kind artist. She possesses a mercurial voice of astounding range and a powerful stage presence that points to dance, acting and gymnastics training. She conveys deep emotions, darkness and light combined, revealing a songcraft that shies away from the ordinary.
In her London-based group, also called Grace Solero, her star quality is matched by that of Californian lead guitarist, singer/songwriter Dan Beaulaurier, whose style displays a rare mix of technical mastery and real soul. Innovative Swedish bassist Bjorn Zetterlund and Welsh multi-instrumentalist Dave Guy on drums/percussion complete the band.
Together they play raw, grungy, dreamy rock in a highly dynamic and energetic show, both sonically and visually. Their songs represent a glorious musical collision of influences, backgrounds and sounds. They have been performing everywhere from intimate clubs to large stages in Europe, USA and Canada, supporting the likes of Alan Merrill (songwriter of Joan Jett hit ‘I Love Rock ’n’ Roll’) Phil Campbell (Motorhead), Bernie Torme and Arthur Brown.
Their new album ‘Metamorphosis’ was released on the 15th July 2022. It was preceded by new singles featured on BBC radio 6 and supported by cinematic videos.
Their previous albums, ‘New Moon’, ‘Hundred Years Apart’ and ‘Awake’, featured in magazines such as Classic Rock, Guitar Techniques, Powerplay Magazine, Sonic Shocks and numerous webzines such as Sonic Cathedral Webzine USA. Their singles were played by Ian Camfield on XFM Rock Show, Bob Harris and Bruce Dickinson on BBC Radio 6, with live sessions on BBC London and countless airplay on FM and internet radio stations.
Grace is currently collaborating on new project The Twilight Zone, with Dan Beaulaurier and legendary pedal steel player BJ Cole (Elton John, Cat Stevens, Bjork, R.E.M). Other side projects include co-writes and performances with The Vibrators’ Knox and Mariangela Demurtas from Tristania. She also performed alongside Slade’s Noddy Holder, with whom she co-starred in a musical production of Dickens’ ‘A Christmas Carol’ at London’s Union Chapel.