Laura Duncan is blues, rock, jazz, and beauty rolled up into a singer/songwriter whose music is taking her places…quickly.
Every track rocks! Every vocal soars! And the guitars sound great whether it’s screaming blues leads or mellowing out with soft acoustic strums. Did I mention how much I love the piano?
Loud & Clear is the perfect blend of sexy jazz and soul grabbing blues rock. Drawing inspiration from musical greats ranging from Stevie Ray Vaughan to Tori Amos, Laura Duncan proves worthy of traveling a path of greatness.
I know I am paying attention.
Her song ‘Box of Nails’ recently saw its video playing at the Machinima Film Festival. The song has also been featured in the end credits of The Freeman Chronicles, a Half-Life fan series. It was recently announced that six new episodes will be added to the series featuring Laura’s music throughout!
Box of Nails (video)
This amazing songstress is not a newbie to the music game though. From her bio:
At 18, Laura was the lead guitarist of an all-female pop/rock band called ‘Liquid Sol’ based in Florida. As she grew as a songwriter, she moved to Los Angeles and turned her focus to playing and singing her own material.
She released a 4 song EP in 2011 titled Everywhere and Nowhere.
She is a staple in the Los Angeles area so if you are around, go see her live.
For the real goods, go grab her album from her website.