Mississippi Studios Presents
$10 advance / $12 day of show
Bright Light Bright Light is the moniker of Welsh born, London/New York based Rod Thomas whose albums to date 'Make Me Believe In Hope' (2012) and UK & US charting 'Life Is Easy' (2014) have won fans of critics and artists alike.
Rod went on tour opening for Ellie Goulding, Erasure and Scissor Sisters on their sold-out UK tour. Pet Shop Boys themselves praised his cover of ‘West End Girls’ recorded with Scissor Sister Ana Matronic for US charity Hetrick-Martin. Other Sister Del Marquis brought him into his solo project Slow Knights as key songwriter and vocalist in the live shows. And, unbelievably to Rod, Elton John loved his work so much he joined Rod on duet ‘I Wish We Were Leaving’ which features on second album ‘Life Is Easy’, and signed him up as the support act for his world tour 2014 to 2015 for 55 live dates .
As a remixer, his Kelis, Ellie Goulding, Erasure, VV Brown mixes and his series of bootlegs have hit blogs and clubs. He made DJ mixes for Ministry Of Sound, Butt Magazine, fashion brands and magazines, DJd at Glastonbury, Bestival, Festival no.6, numerous Pride events, and runs successful London 90s clubnight 'Another Night' and NYC Tea Dance 'Romy & Michele's Saturday Afternoon Tea Dance'.
'Choreography', his third album release, ups the game even more as alongside Sir Elton John, it has a cast of Alan Cumming, all Scissor Sisters members (Jake Shears, Ana Matronic, Del Marquis & Babydaddy) and The Wiz Live star Mykal Kilgore. The album is a big, bold pop record inspired by his love of cinema, dancing and classic songwriting. He created the album's visuals in collaboration with Steven Hoggett - award winning choreographer for Once, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time & Harry Potter and the Cursed Child - in a series of videos, the first of which is for lead single 'All In The Name'.
'All In The Name', the lead single features all guests on the record and launches a bright and colourful record with an impressive Graham Norton live performance debut. With songs inspired by Mannequin, Flashdance, Alien: Resurrection and Romy & Michele's High School Reunion, 'Choreography' is the most true reflection of Rod's personality and love of popular culture, presented in 12 songs.
Jenni Price, Vocals and Ukulele
Amanda Price, Vocals and Guitar
Josh Lorenzen, KORG/Novation, Production
Aaron Altemose, Vocals and Keys, Production