Tempestuous singer Jesika von Rabbit guarantees to drill earworms at Tucson efficiency

Dubbed the “Queen of the Hello-Desert,” Jesika von Rabbit is a pop artist with the moxie to take the musical dangers that almost all mainstream pop princesses combat shrink back from. She performs alongside the Grundles, her Willy Wonka-esque dancers artistically
decoding the set with an assemblage of waggish costumes and vaudevillian skits

A thunderbolt to behold, von Rabbit beforehand fronted Joshua Tree, Calif., act Gram Rabbit. She has shared levels with Cat Energy, the Crystal Methodology, and Wanda Jackson, toured with the Eagles of Loss of life Metallic, and has launched two solo albums: “Dessert Rock” (Dionysus Information, 2018) and “Journey Mitchell” (Royal Order, 2015), to crucial acclaim.

Von Rabbit and her band will take the stage in Tucson on Saturday night time.

Music veteran Lee Joseph, von Rabbit’s long-time bassist, stated, “Jesika von Rabbit — indie rock ethic meets eighties pop sensation — will overwhelm your senses with an artfully composed set filled with eye sweet, ear sweet, and poke within the ribs.”

Joseph, initially from Tucson, is a music historian/archivist, radio persona, membership DJ, and founding father of Dionysus Information. He’s an erstwhile member of seminal native bands: Jonny Sevin (’80s punk/new wave) and storage rock/psychedelic revivalists Yard Trauma.

“Thoughts-bending, attractive, bizarre, medicated, and endearing,” von Rabbit is presently arduous at work on her third album.

Jesika von Rabbit is scheduled to carry out on Saturday at Blondie’s, with openers Basside.