Coming off the heels of a successful 31-city summer tour with In This Moment and Motionless In White that saw vocalist Gina Katon perform the Gina And The Eastern Block song “Sippin’ On A Forty“ while fronting her hard-rock burlesque group Little Miss Nasty, the Los Angeles-based alternative rockers are ready to serve up new music to her many newly-minted fans.
Originally formed in 2012 by record producer Marc Jordan (The Cult, Slash, The Mowglis, Stitched Up Heart, Bleached,) GINA AND THE EASTERN BLOCK are known for captivating live shows and sexy, swagger filled songs. Likened to a cross between Iggy Pop and Marilyn Monroe, lead vocalist Gina Katon fronts the band with her unique talent and blazingly sexy persona. Former Marilyn Manson bass player, Fred Sablan, is also part of the lineup.
Catch them live in LA on
October 20 – Los Angeles – Viper Room with Little Miss Nasty
November 13 – Los Angeles – The Roxy Theater with Steel Panther
And in Vegas on
December 8 – Las Vegas – Beauty Bar with Bullets And Octane
Their brand new single, “Big Black Van,” released via Rockitsessions, is the follow-up to the sexy “Sippin On A Forty.” Both singles were released in 2017, following 2016’s “Get Gone,” a song that legendary BBCRadio1 Rock Show host Daniel Carter calls “sassy and even more sassy”.