2010 – present (9 years)
Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, United States
- Jen Sygit (2010 – present)
- Jo Serrapere (2010 – present)
There is more than one band using this name, including:
1) Stella! was a Mexican alt-punk band located in México City.
2) Stella! is a Canadian hardcore rock band from Surrey, BC.
3) Stella! is an American female folk 'supergroup' formed in Michigan.
1) Stella! was a Mexican punk rock - alternative band located in México City, active from 2003 -2006, hiatus, 2008-2011, recording 2 demos and 1 EP untitled ' A Falta de ti' (2011). Originally formed by Edgar Garcia (guitar), Marco Pichardo (guitar), Carlos Arriaga (Bass and vocals), Joab (drums), this was the first alignment, after the hiatus the band was formed by: Edgar Garcia (Guitar), Daniela Larrea (Vocals), Isaac Rogers (Guitar), Isaí (Drums) and Carlos Arriaga (Bass); this is the final alignment for the band.
2) Stella! is a Canadian hardcore rock band from Surrey, BC. Canada. They were formed in late 2007 when guitarist Dom Robinson and vocalist Ryan McClurg decided to start something new after the breakup of their former band "Fighting 'Til Dawn". They soon joined forces with Ryan's brother, guitarist Erik McClurg and drummer Steve Reseigh. After a few jams, Steve suggested his brother Sam Reseigh as a bass player and the band was complete.
Stella!'s influences vary from Rush to Duran Duran to Pink Floyd to Misery Signals and their penchant for majestic, art rock with significant groove can be heard on their debut E.P. 'A Moment To Reflect'.
There could be a small novel about the varying styles incorporated in Stella!'s music but all of that can be whittled down into one simple phrase: 'Stella! is Groovecore!
3) Stella! is an American female folk 'supergroup' formed in Michigan, consisting of singer-songwriters Jen Sygit, Diana Ladio, Laura Ann Bates and Jo Serrapere.
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