Dec 9, 2014
JackLucy describes her music as Urban Folk. It's the amalgamation of a sound that combines two different genres that simultaneously describes what she does and provides a starting point to a larger conversation of eclecticism. She hails from Pittsburgh and currently resides in NYC where she regularly performs in various venues including Rockwood Music Hall and the Bitter End. She's currently working on new music to be released as live recordings in 2015. Although we knew each other casually in Pittsburgh, where I'm also from originally, this was our first time having a conversation.
JackLucy details both professional and personal struggles in her
life in our conversation. Following the path of our dreams can be
challenging at times, so it's always inspiring to hear how someone
has moved past the disappointments. Enjoy!
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Talk Music Talk Playlist/005: JackLucy And...
This week's Spotify playlist doubles as both a sampler of music from JackLucy's 1827 EP and your perfect stay-indoors winter soundtrack. Moody and comforting, three JackLucy tracks are surrounded by new music from "little folksinger" Ani DiFranco and choice album tracks from artists you know like Sade, Duncan Sheik, Joni Mitchell and Tracy Chapman. Get warm at the following link! And make sure you subscribe.
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