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Laura Vecchione


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Lovers of amazing female vocals discover gold with singer/songwriter Laura Vecchione. Reviewers have compared her to artists as varied as Aretha Franklin, Bonnie Raitt, Koko Taylor, Lucinda Willams, Natalie Mains, and Judy Collins.
The Boston Globe dubbed Vecchione, “a bluesy songstress” on her debut album, proclaiming, “Vecchione is all ours.” Multi-Grammy-award winning producer and engineer, Jim Scott (Tom Petty, Wilco, Dixie Chicks, Lucinda Williams) quipped, "Don’t mess with the Veck…if you do, she’ll write a killer song about you and sing the *@#% out of it!" Vecchione has opened for major label artists, and her songs have been featured on national radio and television.
Born in New York City, Laura’s Classical and Broadway voice training began at age fifteen. At Barnard College, Laura found herself in the warm embrace of the Columbia/Barnard Gospel Choir while studying Jazz Voice at Manhattan School of Music and Classical Voice. Berklee College of Music later brought Laura to Boston where she also studied guitar with local maestros John Curtis (Patty Griffin, Jon Pousset-Dart Band) and Ksenia Mack (Porch Party Mamma’s).
Laura has three studio albums. Her single "Tell Them About the Dream" features Late Show's Jon Batiste on piano. Love Lead, her latest, and first fan-funded, features Nashville’s A-list players on styles ranging from Muscle Shoals to poignant singer/songwriter ballads
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