The fragility of an ingenue with the allure of a villainess, Twin Danger’s leading lady put us under her spell.

Our first encounter with Vanessa was in a dark speakeasy on a Sunday night. We descended into a Grammy afterparty with zero expectations.

A band of New Yorkers filled the barely lifted stage. Ms. Bley, dressed in all black, slithered to its edge. Twin Danger’s supporting band, led by the prodigious Stuart Matthewman, jammed like a gritty, jazzy city street orchestra. The dynamic of the duo reigned seamlessly. Vanessa–tragic, sexy, soulful–made us feel like we were utterly alone, in a room with only her.

Then, it exploded into a serious basement party. Strangers became close friends, swaying and bouncing together. Vanessa joined the crowd, wailing, dancing, and hugging the bodies of our freshly sweaty souls.
She disappeared off stage that fateful night in Venice. But met us again, months later, on a warm May evening for a walk on some canals.

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