About Miss Derringer
Miss Derringer is a Los Angeles based band heavily influenced by American music of the late-50s and early-60s particularly the vintage sounds of outlaw country like performers Merle Haggard and Johnny Cash or the girl group pop of the Ronettes and Shangri Las. The band also finds inspiration in the music and attitude of early punk bands like the Misfits and Black Flag.
The band’s lyrics deal with honkytonk subjects like prison, alcohol, sobriety, God, death, murder, and alcohol.
Miss Derringer has released two albums with Sympathy for the Record Industry. The first King James, Crown Royal and a Colt 45 was released in 2004.
Their newest album Lullabies features drummer Clem Burke from Blondie and is co-produced by Derrick O’Brien formely of Social Distortion and currently in The Adolescents.
Miss Mcgrath is also a well-known and respected artist who recently had a book of her work published by Last Gasp titled Everything that Creeps. Some of her work and merchandise can be seen at her personal website: www.lizmcgrath.com
Miss McGrath fronts the band along with her husband and rythmn guitar player Morgan Slade. Sylvain de Muizon (bass), Cody Cox (drums) and Lightnin Bill Woodcock round out the outfit.
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