Bio

In a style best described as a fusion of folk, rock and blues, singer/songwriter Laura Ganci's music offers a unique brand of poetic lyricism. A Hartford, Connecticut native, she studied painting at MassArt and Hartford Art School while simultaneously performing original songs in coffeehouses and indie rock venues throughout Connecticut, Boston, and New York City. In 2008, she produced the independently released debut album "Sung To." Several local musicians accompanied her on the twelve tracks including organist Matt Zeiner, Dan Prindle of RANE (cello), and guitarist Fuzz of Deep Banana Blackout. Laura's influences include Ani Difranco, Sheryl Crow, and Feist. With the weight of the world upon her shoulders, she bears her soul to listeners offering up stories of heartbreak, loss, and reflection. Laura is currently writing and demoing tracks for a follow-up release which is a more bare-bones and raw collection of recordings, where both her vulnerability and vernacular will take center-stage.