Please stay tune this Sunday Feb 24th at 4 pm EST Live with at Transition Radio TV on http://www.notstr8.tv/live/ to catch another great interview with a great song writer and performer Storm Miguel (FTM).
There are plenty of male folk-twang Americana singer songwriters who sing about love, oppression, assimilation, and growing up an outcast in the U.S., but not many of them can say they learned to write songs at Girl Scout camp.
StormMiguel Florez is a MexicanAmaricón (pronounced: Ah mar eee cone) singer/songwriter, performer, and producer who was born and raised as a girl in Albuquerque, New Mexico. More importantly, he was a kid who loved to sing. As a child, StormMiguel stood on furniture and performed for his family, by singing along with Johnny Cash, Jesus Christ Superstar (performing all parts), Helen Reddy, and the Grease soundtrack. As a grown-up he has been featured on NPR's Snap Judgement and has performed at venues across the U.S. StormMiguel now lives with his wyfe (spelled with a 'y'), their two cats, and their part time chihuahua in San Francisco, CA.