Lisa Bianco of Red Jacket
Lisa Bianco landed on the Antifolk scene in mid 2001 as "Red Jacket" offering songs that were confessional, cryptic, and heart felt.
In mid 2002 Red Jacket formed in to a three-piece band (Holly Rock-drums and Jairo Ruiz-bass) creating a montage of alt-rock infused with dissonant notes and clever time changes over pop melodies.
You can find Lisa performing with other Antifolk musicians such as Last Up Larry and Timothy Dark.
" [This] trio's real talent is pulling off Rush time change-ups under galvanizing Rust Never Sleeps wah-wah." -The Village Voice
Buy CD at: www.cdbaby.com/redjacket
"Why I am Antifolk":
From its original conception "Antifolk" represented anti-standard, anti-lame, and anti-rejection and anti-what-folk-music-had-become. It fostered change and no rules. Anything goes. Red Jacket has no rules: acoustic, electric, noise adding to the never-ending evolution of music like a circle.
Upcoming Shows and More at Website: www.redjacketmusic.com
Lisa Bianco (center) with Red Jacket