- Say It Again
- The Innocence Got Old
- No One's
- So Close
- Grenade on a Parade
- Green Green Grass
- Hopeless Romantic
I'm Signed Up
I'm thankful that The Porterhouse train has handed me a ticket to join them in the crazy parade we call the music business. I drank the Kool-Aid and I'm down for the ride.
Can't wait for you all to hear my stories and for me to hear yours. Let's get the hell out of here and leave a blaze of fire in our path. My skills include: throwing knives, drinking whiskey dipped in cotton balls, walking barefoot, playing Tequila on a sax or Clarinet, and throwing a very mean left cross.
I am happy to be joining the Porterhouse Family.
Little Misses has no shows scheduled at this time
"Whatevers", the debut release from Little Misses, tells stories about self destruction with a blend of female aggression that rattles your speakers and raw truth that sings along. Little Misses is the new project from Vans Warped Tour veteran, songwriter/guitarist Jerra Spence, who sold over 10,000 copies of her solo record "Play Like A Girl" out of the back of her van. A few burnt journals and some time off the road inspired "Whatevers," which charges forward and doesn't look back.
On "Whatevers," Jerra teamed up with noted indie and punk producer Steve Kravac (Blink 182, Pepper, MxPx) and assembled a collection of talented musicians from the punk scene who shared a love for eclectic music. Sliding between Americana and blistering punk rock, the record is fresh, energetic and heartfelt. Combining the poetry of SoCal darlings X with the grit of the Distillers sounds like a tall order but Jerra makes it seem effortless on Little Misses' debut offering.
Guest performers on the record include Suicidal Tendencies guitarist Dean Pleasants and Suicidal alumni Ron Bruner Jr. and Steve Bruner on drums and bass, respectively. Kravac also threw down on drums, bass and guitar on the L.P. but the centerpiece of Little Misses is Jerra herself. Singing and playing without restraint, she ropes you in.