Electra to perform at The Viper Room

The Greek-American singer songwriter and her band have been performing all around Los Angeles but their next live perfomance is at the world famous Viper Room on Sunset on november 1st (9.30 pm).

Electra grew up in Athens, Greece and attended a Musical High School where she started to develop professionally her musical skills in theory, singing, and piano. During her stay in Greece she performed with all the famous performers in the music industry. Her performances gave her the chance to open her mind in different styles of music, especially Greek. Once she graduated, she decided to come back to Los Angeles, and continue her studies. Having been accepted through auditions in all three universities Cal Arts, UCLA, and California State University of Northridge (CSUN), she decided to attend CSUN. During her time in CSUN Electra was awarded with a vocal scholarship and with the society of singers award. She performed numerous times as solo and in opera productions. She received her Bachelors degree in Music-vocal performance in spring 2007. Electra has also dedicated lots of her time in acting. She studied acting in Los Angeles and in Greece and has also been trained in improv with director Tim Simek. Today, besides her music she is a voices actress, doing the voices of Nazli, Zenep, and pinky the fly, in the televised cartoon series “Green Valley”. Electra has just currently finished her demo consisted of four rock/pop songs, one of which “Blame” is an original by her piano player Kosta Lois.

The Viper Room is a nightclub located on the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood, California. It was opened in 1993 and was partly owned by actor Johnny Depp until 2004. The club is well known for having been the site where actor River Phoenix died of a drug overdose on Halloween morning in 1993. Even following Phoenix’s death, the club remained a hang-out for Hollywood’s hottest young actors. Regulars included Jennifer Aniston and Sean Penn. Adding to that group, Adam Duritz, the lead singer of Counting Crows, hid out as a Viper Room bartender in late 1994 – early 1995 to escape his newfound fame.