Storm Large is a songwriter, actor, and novelist. Storm is most recognized for being a participant on the CBS reality television show ‘Rock Star: Supernova.’ She was a solitary rock artist, but she has since turned her focus to the theatrical and cabaret sector. She is a phenomenal smash star who is eager to shake the world. Storm is now gearing prepared to give the other contenders on NBC’s reality program ‘America’s Got Talent’ a run for their money. As of 2021, Storm Large has an estimated net worth of $1 million as a rising artist.
|Real Name||Susan Storm Large|
|Birth Date||June 25, 1969|
|Age (as of 2021)||52 Years|
|Birth Place||Southborough, Massachusetts, USA|
|Net Worth||$1 million|
Storm Large Early Life & Education
Susan Storm Large is her birth name. She was born on June 25, 1969, in Southborough, Massachusetts, and reared in the United States. Her birthplace is San Francisco, California, in the United States. She currently resides in Portland, Oregon. She is the daughter of Henry Large, her father, and no information about her mother has been released. Furthermore, she has not made her sibling’s identity public. Before retiring, her father was a history teacher as well as the football team’s coach.
To show off and accept her natural skill, Large attended St. Mark’s School, a prominent private school attended by celebrities such as Ben Bradlee, Prince Hashim of Jordan, and Franklin Delano Roosevelt III. She graduated from there in 1987. She attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York to further her education and pursue her love. After moving to Portland in 2002, she began to question herself and was going to give up singing in order to enroll in the Western Culinary Institute, but she managed to keep singing.
Storm Large Net Worth & Career
Storm’s heart has been in music from the age of five, and she began singing and creating songs based on what she sees in her daily life. She became more involved in her passion, initiating and creating the brand ‘Flower SF,’ where she rocked her performance alongside Michael Cavaseno and remained in the media for many days as ‘the duet Storm and Michael.’ She went on to star as a Rhythm Guitarist in ‘Shaunna Hall’ of 4 Non-Blondes and P-Funk. She took the lead and formed her band ‘The Balls,’ also known as the Storm and The Balls, in 2002. Lounge-core, mashup interpretations of musicians such as ABBA, Black Sabbath, Cheap Trick, Billy Idol, Led Zeppelin, Motorhead, and Olivia Newton-John are performed brilliantly by the dynamic band.
She also made a name for herself in the San Francisco Bay Area with previous bands such as Storm Inc and Storm and Her Dirty Mouth. During live gigs, she stood in for Jen Folker on vocals with Rob Wynia, a Drumattica collaborator from Portland. On September 6, 2006, she was eliminated from Rock Star: Supernova. In the same year, she appeared as a guest on ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show.’ In the second season finale of ESPN reality television show ‘The Contender,’ she performed ‘The Star-Spangled Banner’ in a calming manner. She releases her autobiography, which receives glowing reviews, in 2008.
Storm Large performed on ‘America’s Got Talent’ on June 15, 2021, and sang a melodramatic rendition of ‘I’ve Got You Under My Skin,’ prompting a standing ovation from the judges and slack-jawed reactions from the crowd. Each judge awarded her a resounding ‘Big Yes,’ allowing her to advance in the tournament. In the quarterfinals, she appeared on the AGT stage once again during a live performance in front of an audience. Storm displayed her vast vocal range in a lovely version of “Take on Me” by “A-Ha,” which several viewers said was the performance of the night for them.
Storm Large Net Worth
As of 2021, Storm Large has an estimated net worth of $1 million as a rising artist.