Wait a damn minute, a 96 year-old grandmother is fronting a metal band, what kind of credentials could Mrs. Ginsberg possibly have?
Well, Inge Ginsberg was badass enough to survive the Holocaust, she acted as a spy for the American’s during World War II, along with smuggling arms to fight the Nazis.
In the 1950’s, she moved to the United States where she began writing songs with her husband that ended up being performed by the likes of Dean Martin and Doris Day.
What? Doris Day not metal enough for you? Possibly not, but there is a huge chance that Inge Ginsberg is a tad bit more metal than you.
Anyway, Inge put the band, “Inge & the TritoneKings” together when she was looking for a way to continue making music while reaching an entirely new audience.
“I’m Still Here” by Inge & the TritoneKings is a “MUST LISTEN!”
In 2015, Inge & the TritoneKings entered Sweden’s Eurovision Song Contest with their track, “Laugh At Death.