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The Power of 3

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Bad-boy ‘sleaze-rocker’ Ron Yocom (guitars/boy vocals) and industrial goth priestess Sarine Voltage (keyboards/programming/girl vocals) came together in 2003 to form The Power of 3. With an air of gypsy magick, some raw primal energy, and a sound they dubbed “Now Wave” they took their first performances straight to Hollywood.

Ron’s hard-rock riffing slices through Sarine’s mood-setting melodic keyboards as they trade off lead and backing vocals. The programmed drums and bass are tight, giving the impression that a full-tilt rhythm section is backing them. Basque and hillbilly and Carpathian Russian, they are both prolific songwriters and the lyrical content is up-front and ‘real’.

The P.O.T. first received airplay from London with “We Are Magick” being broadcast by the legendary Malcolm Domefollowing a live interview on Total Rock Radio. LA, Europe and San Francisco spots followed as did an appearance on San Francisco’s Reality Check TV. Look for an upcoming spot on Comcast’s “Showcase” as well as a live DVD (also featuring Babyland and EMA3, all captured live at The Smell, LA, at a Campaign for Care Blanket benefit for the homeless).

A Chrysalis recording artist, Ron grew up in the Bay Area (born in Long Beach) and came to The P.O.T. from the “SeaHags”. Touring the US and Europe extensively, working with producer Mike Clink (on the SeaHags’ first release which debuted at 169 with a bullet on the Billboard charts), Ron received MTV notoriety with “Half the Way Valley” and live interviews. He also appeared on the covers of Kerrang!, Sounds and NME.

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