Stella Katsoudas (born November 3, 1971) is a Greek-American pop and rock singer better known for stage names Stella Soleil and Sister Soleil as well as having been frontwoman for Dirty Little Rabbits. Katsoudas most recently released the 2015 album Under A DubWitch Moon under the moniker DubWitch.
Album Dirty Little Secret. In your time of trouble I wish that I could be the one That you'd call at night When you needed a friend In your time of sorrow I wish that I could be the one To make you smile again. Its not over Just start over Oh you are so beautiful and special You're my hero You don't even know
Soleil,Stella ~ Dirty Little Secret. Like former Eve's Plum singer Colleen "Vitamin C" Fitzpatrick, Stella "Soleil" Katsoudas has alternative sort-of credibility to live down. To do so, Dirty Little Secret, which follows Katsoudas's work with TRL faves Ministry, Die Warzau, and Chemlab, borrows Fitzpatrick's template for ever-so-slightly edgy pop that's nonetheless kid-friendly in an ever-so-slightly naughty way. Where Vitamin C offered an ode to "Graduation Day," Soleil aims to incite juniors and seniors with "Stand Up,". This album is amazing for someone that wants something a little different from the norm and someone that gets tired of the same old pop music. She has a unique and varied vocal style combined with interesting lyrics and music.
Stella Soleil's debut is an infectious collection of dance pop and contemporary soul. As one would surmise by the album's moniker and sexy cover art, the songs all center on the perils, pitfalls, and triumphs of romance. What Soleil lacks in vocal prowess, she makes up for in attitude. Her voice is thin, yet her phrasing captures the listener's attention with a subtle vibrato and occasional whisper. For a dance album aimed at the youth market the lyrics are realtively insightful and mature as the Chicago native often draws from personal experience and erotic fantasy.