Originally from Austin Texas, Los Angeles-based interdisciplinary artist Kym Priess is a pure pioneerwoman, fierce frontwoman, adventurous musician, writer, live host and actor. Most recently, her immersive, interactive electro-rock project STUNTDRIVER opened for Peaches. The album “Saga” was co-produced by John Avila of Oingo Boingo. Recent acting credits include: an AppleTV comedy with reality star/Billboard musician, Adam Barta, playing rising country star Tony Martinez’s crazy girlfriend in his video “Why You Gotta be Crazy?” and being the fun, jaded aunt in an upcoming short with Carmelita Hughes. Kym’s work pushes boundaries, forms and comfort levels yet maintains a fun-loving, absurd and curious tone and has been seen in music venues, galleries, theaters, non-traditional locations and federal prisons in New York, LA, Amsterdam, San Francisco, Honolulu and Austin since the 1990s. Priess has been described as “critical to the existence of the dragon in you” (ComeHereFloyd) and earned comparisons to Siouxsie Sioux and Joan Jett (LaBuzzBand’s Kevin Bronson). This discipline bender’s career took root in the NYU experimental theater world sparking theatrical, comedic, vivid works and a rock opera that was awarded “Best of the Fringe” (SF Fringe Festival). As a musician, Priess has written 300 songs (some on Vanderpump Rules, Siesta Key toured extensively , shared stages with Exene Cervenka and Fishbone and sings backup on William Shatner’s Spirit in the Sky. She plays bass, accordion, and keys but is mostly known for her dynamic vocal range. She also does her own stunts whenever she can. When not creating, traveling or performing, Kym prefers to be tubing down a river.