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Saint Bernadette Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
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About Saint Bernadette

Just as the real Saint Bernadette changed the future of her hometown of Lourdes, Saint Bernadette, the rock band, is poised to put their hometown of Bridgeport, in the ill-considered state of Connecticut, on the indie music map. With a broad palette and colorful appetite for absolutely every form of music and vocal performance, Meredith DiMenna has been compared to a diverse list of power females like Shirley Bassey, Peggy Lee , Johnette Napolitano, Joni Mitchell, Joan Jett, Beth Gibbons, Grace Slick, Edie Brickell, Velma Kelly, PJ Harvey, and Billie Holiday, as well as the occasional man, like Robert Plant, Greg Dulli, Jim Morrison, and “that guy from the Scissor Sisters”. Watch out Shirley Bassey. Meredith DiMenna of Saint Bernadette wields an old-school femme fatale voice that would be perfect for the next 20 years of James Bond themes. . . . With In the Ballroom, they find fresh grooves in retro textures, layering eerie tones of guitar, woozy brass and bass under soft-lit 1940s jazz melodies. -- HARP MAGAZINE Saint Bernadette's debut is a shimmering set of torchy, if not necessarily romantic jazz blues that reveals additional layers the more it's played. . . . Turn the lights down low, burn some incense, and lose yourself in Saint Bernadette's intense yet lithe charms. -- ALL MUSIC GUIDE The debut album from Connecticut’s Saint Bernadette hits the sort of notes and touches that make me weak in the knees, by expertly melding things I’m a sucker for: ballsy broads, smoke-filled jazz clubs, and, of course, the element of surprise. -- SENTIMENTALIST MAGAZINE If you're a fan of femme fatales and below-the-belt rock (and really, who isn't?), Saint Bernadette is definitely worth your attention. -- MY OLD KENTUCKY BLOG And with some more apparitions, weirder songwriting, and maybe a wholesale embrace of cacophony and insanity, Meredith DiMenna may become a menace, a Karen O. for Fairfield County. -- POPMATTERS . . . a sultry, entrancing release heavy on old-school soul . . . -- METROMIX Grace Slick-meets-Edie Brickell vocals at their most haunting. -- NEW YORK TIMES "Bridgeport's answer to the rhetorical question: what is the best rock band in CT?" --CT Now
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Genres:
Rock N Roll, Rock
Hometown:
Bridgeport, Connecticut

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Bandsintown Merch

Circle Hat
$25.0 USD
Live Collage Sweatshirt
$45.0 USD
Rainbow T-Shirt
$30.0 USD
Circle Beanie
$20.0 USD

About Saint Bernadette

Just as the real Saint Bernadette changed the future of her hometown of Lourdes, Saint Bernadette, the rock band, is poised to put their hometown of Bridgeport, in the ill-considered state of Connecticut, on the indie music map. With a broad palette and colorful appetite for absolutely every form of music and vocal performance, Meredith DiMenna has been compared to a diverse list of power females like Shirley Bassey, Peggy Lee , Johnette Napolitano, Joni Mitchell, Joan Jett, Beth Gibbons, Grace Slick, Edie Brickell, Velma Kelly, PJ Harvey, and Billie Holiday, as well as the occasional man, like Robert Plant, Greg Dulli, Jim Morrison, and “that guy from the Scissor Sisters”. Watch out Shirley Bassey. Meredith DiMenna of Saint Bernadette wields an old-school femme fatale voice that would be perfect for the next 20 years of James Bond themes. . . . With In the Ballroom, they find fresh grooves in retro textures, layering eerie tones of guitar, woozy brass and bass under soft-lit 1940s jazz melodies. -- HARP MAGAZINE Saint Bernadette's debut is a shimmering set of torchy, if not necessarily romantic jazz blues that reveals additional layers the more it's played. . . . Turn the lights down low, burn some incense, and lose yourself in Saint Bernadette's intense yet lithe charms. -- ALL MUSIC GUIDE The debut album from Connecticut’s Saint Bernadette hits the sort of notes and touches that make me weak in the knees, by expertly melding things I’m a sucker for: ballsy broads, smoke-filled jazz clubs, and, of course, the element of surprise. -- SENTIMENTALIST MAGAZINE If you're a fan of femme fatales and below-the-belt rock (and really, who isn't?), Saint Bernadette is definitely worth your attention. -- MY OLD KENTUCKY BLOG And with some more apparitions, weirder songwriting, and maybe a wholesale embrace of cacophony and insanity, Meredith DiMenna may become a menace, a Karen O. for Fairfield County. -- POPMATTERS . . . a sultry, entrancing release heavy on old-school soul . . . -- METROMIX Grace Slick-meets-Edie Brickell vocals at their most haunting. -- NEW YORK TIMES "Bridgeport's answer to the rhetorical question: what is the best rock band in CT?" --CT Now
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Genres:
Rock N Roll, Rock
Hometown:
Bridgeport, Connecticut

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