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Shannon LaBrie

Shannon LaBrie

Shannon LaBrie


Shannon LaBrie - Nashville TN On Shannon LaBrie’s debut album, she kicks off the proceedings by staring down her demons and admonishing the biggest fears on “Secret,” a retro-R&B influenced song laced with vibrant horns. The young songwriter comes by her fears more honestly than most, battling a serious illness at age 9 and losing her father at 14. She grew up fast, spending several years on a solo journey across the country, studying philosophy, theology and writing songs. Ensconced in Read more on Last.fm
Shannon LaBrie - Nashville TN On Shannon LaBrie’s debut album, she kicks off the proceedings by staring down her demons and admonishing the biggest fears on “Secret,” a retro-R&B influenced song laced with vibrant horns. The young songwriter comes by her fears more honestly than most, battling a serious illness at age 9 and losing her father at 14. She grew up fast, spending several years on a solo journey across the country, studying philosophy, theology and writing songs. Ensconced in Nashville now, she’s readying her 12-song January release with plenty of preceding industry buzz. Adept on the piano and guitar, the songwriter says she was “raised on James Taylor and Lauryn Hill.” The title track is a lush and rich plea that would fit nicely on any contemporary playlist, while her penchant for jazz sings on “Gettin’ Tired.” Perhaps the song that has gotten the most attention so far is “I Remember A Boy,” backed by a soulful blues guitar. For fans of: Lauryn Hill, Carol King, Nora Jones “…this track affected me.

Made me believe like the great singer-songwriters of yore, maybe this woman has something to say. That in this crazy, mixed-up, shook-up world she can illuminate her story and people can relate.” Bob Lefsetz, “The Bob Lefsetz Letter” “Thick guitar tones, a rich voices and sophisticated songcraft are just the beginning for this artist, who won us over with her warm, fully realized recordings…strong vocals in every area and an appealing Grace Potter essence. ..It’s the co-write ‘I Remember A Boy’ that kills…devastating and beautiful.” Music Connection Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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