Guest Star: "You're Going To Feel The Energy - When It's High, It's Just F*cking Amazing"

Wednesday, Oct 24, 2012 3:30PM

Written by SOHH for Avery Storm

[With plans to rock New York City tonight at his On the Line EP release party, Avery Storm gives local SOHH readers to come out for a energy-packed evening.]

[Tonight], we have the EP release party and performance. The show's going to be crazy.

I'm really excited and we've got a phenomenal band. I'm just really excited [about tonight]. The EP's out and we've got the show to look forward to.

You can expect to feel what you are seeing and hearing and experiencing it as if you were going to be in that moment. Secondly, you're going to feel the energy that myself and my band is throwing at you.

It's just high-energy, man. When the energy's high, it's just f*cking amazing. And even when the energy is low, it's still amazing. You know what I'm saying?

We keep a good flow to it. We keep it up and down. I've got to be honest, man. I premiered this stuff for the first time at a few recent shows and venues and to be doing it, back on stage, and seeing everyone respond to it? Seeing the people respond and react the way they did, it was amazing.

Nobody's heard that material. So all I can tell you is to expect a good f*cking show and have a good time. You can expect to f*cking come through, rock out and have a great time.

Avery Storm is an Italian-American musician from New Jersey, formerly signed to Nelly's record label Derrty Ent. He has worked with artists on the label such as Nelly, Murphy Lee, Ali, Gipp, and other artists including Rick Ross, Daz Dillinger, Jermaine Dupri, Diddy, Jagged Edge, Notorious B.I.G., and others. He is most famous for his feature in The Notorious B.I.G. song "Nasty Girl." Avery Storm was formerly signed to Timbaland's record label Beat Club in 2001.

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