Despite the member’s indie rock credentials within Austin’s world-renown music scene, March and Beauty’s secret weapon is vocalist, Terri Dittmar.
Ever wonder what happened to that one high school cheerleader with the girl-next-door charm and charisma? The one that was friends with the kids in the marching band, the goth kids dressed in all black, and everyone in between? In this case, she took her multi-instrument playing skills (on flute, piano/Fender Rhodes, and bass guitar), overcame a little shyness about singing heartfelt lyrics in front of an audience, and grew into the front person that sings like a bird with a seemingly preternatural note-perfect voice, while also playing bass guitar…all the while painting poetic lyrical pictures about feelings and emotions that you thought you’d never quite find the right words to describe.
A band bio might be required, but March and Beauty’s music speaks for itself. File under closed eyes, rainy day-clouds-parting-into-sunshine indie pop for the cool kids and the masses…