With a host of splendid happenings under her belt, Rock Chick has been writing, producing, designing and performing in theaters and on stages across the globe for both grown ups and little people.
A musician and creative writer, Rock Chick has lived in the world of original and cover bands, quartets and orchestras (and the occasional piano accordion solo) for quite some time now and thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it.
As a co-founder of the supremely popular children's group Rock Chick & Science Geek, she's performed to thousands of kids all over the country, occasionally inciting 2 year olds into a mosh pit, falling over themselves to get to the baby-elephant-sized bubbles on stage.
Rock Chick has also frequently prevented an onstage rush of kids desperately trying to catch the liquid nitrogen clouds rushing towards them and she has also let a 2 litre cola bottle rocket off on stage and instantly covered all of her beloved guitar pedals in fizzy, sticky cola. She's still surprised that they worked for the rest of that show & has since decided not to do that again.
Proudly working with the premier children's theater company - Patch Theater, she also co-write and toured extensively with The Fastest Boy and flew over to Wellington, New Zealand as part of Sharon, Keep Your Hair On! It's quite windy over there... just saying.
WHO IS ROCK CHICK?
Jarrad Payne - Drums Percussion Vox, Banjo
Flik Freeman - Bass, Vox, Percussion
Dylan Marshall - Guitar, Robot
These fine specimens of creative human genius have been part of the Rock Chick journey for many years.
I mean seriously... do a name search on any of them, they are oozing with multiple musical talents and brilliance. All local Adelaidians and all deeply involved with the South Australian music industry since they started walking, their natural abilities and sublimely positive attitudes make it the easiest band in the world to work with... ever.
Don't get me wrong, they're cheeky and mischievous and you really can't turn your back on them before they're drawing on the fax paper with irons and creating spontaneous music videos on the interactive whiteboard in the green room with confetti and balloons. But that's what makes them so much fun to work with.