Nina Diaz, Cold Roses

Venue: Captain of the Team presents:

Nina Diaz

Cold Roses

Pirate Signal, Slow Down Scarlett, Ordinary Things

Tue, August 22, 2017

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 6:30 pm


St. Louis, MO


This event is all ages

Nina Diaz
Nina Diaz
Nina Diaz has been hailed by NPR as "one of the two or three most exciting, scary-good vocalists in rock today." Nina Diaz entered the music business at a young age and is the front person for the band Girl in a Coma. At age 17, Nina and the band performed at New York's Knitting Factory as part of a taping for a television show. Joan Jett was in attendance and was so impressed, that she signed GIAC to her label, Blackheart Records, on the spot. The band's 2007 debut album, Both Before I'm Gone, was a critical hit with raves from Alternative Press Magazine, the LA Weekly, Bust magazine, among many others, with the album reaching No. 23 on Billboard's Heatseekers chart and No. 21 on iTunes. Girl in a Coma went on to release three more albums and toured the world opening for bands such as Sia, Smashing Pumpkins, Morrissey, Tegan and Sara, Amanda Palmer and many more. The band's most recent album Exits & All the Rest was named to NPR's 50 Favorite Albums of the Year.

Nina's distinctive voice and powerful live performances attracted
the attention of fans, producers and fellow artists. Nina collaborated with Tiƫsto to co-write the dance track, "In Your Mind." Director Robert Rodriguez is such a fan of the band that he not only filmed an impromptu music video when he first saw them perform at SXSW, but also asked Nina Diaz and the band to compose a song for the climactic fight scene in his movie, Machete.

Being a public performer at such an early age took a toll and Nina began finding an outlet as she began writing new material that was all her own. Nina launched her new solo project with a series of live concerts at The Belmont in Austin, Texas. On the first night of the residency,

Nina fronted a five-piece band and performed this new material to a sold out crowd. Since then she has performed to sold out crowds throughout Texas as well as at Maverick Music Festival, Fiesta de la Flor, The Austin Music Awards and opening weekend at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts. Her backing band, hand-picked by Nina to highlight her new sound, includes Jorge Gonzalez (drums), Johnny Shrink (keys), Austin Valentine (bass), and Travis Vela (guitar).
Nina Diaz's solo debut album is scheduled to be released later this year.
Pirate Signal
Pirate Signal
4 piece original rock band started by Josh Halbower. Over time, Keith Kettmann, Scott Hall, and Adam Mendelson had began to write and play shows together. Currently in the process of recording an EP with Jason McEntire and Jon Heisserer. Check the Facebook profile for band updates and show information.
Slow Down Scarlett
Slow Down Scarlett is Jambalaya Rock. Smooth tones, spicy vocals, rockin' flute, and just a hint of some dirty southern rock. St. Louis
Ordinary Things
Ordinary Things
Venue Information:
3108 Locust St.
St. Louis, MO, 63103