MP3 Laura Gauthier - Cabin Fever
Komplettes MP3 Album von Laura Gauthier
Angegebene Spieldauer: 42:11
Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: A little of everything, leaning towards a country/rock feel.
Käufer, die sich für (HINT - I listen to alot of Bob Dylan and I sound like ME !!!!!!!!) interessieren sollten sich dieses Album anhören.
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WOW! Laura’s song " Change", has been chosen by VH1 for their fall promotion ad, now playing throughout the U.S.A!- check it out!
Hear what Europe is discovering!!!!
What they are saying!!
Trevar Langlands - 100.3FM Australia
Cabin Fever is Great! Exciting exposure of a new talent. Deserves
to be in playlists across the country!
Val Cleary - Toronto Star ( 1990 ) Canada
One of the purest singers in town. Many could learn from her
phrasing and finely controlled voice especially in the lower
George Backer - DJ Holland
I admire you to be able to write such fine songs. It was like a wave coming
over me listening to your CD’s.
Massimo Ferro - Highway 61 Italy
I have a special preference for the beautiful ballads such as the
wonderful " Year of Goodbyes" from Cabin Fever!
Patricia Jackson - -CKUL Radio Canada
I think Cabin Fever is a great CD! Smooth sounds, great voice!
Hi everybody! Please take a moment and read...
Here’s my story, thus far-
Laura started out as a singer /songwriter.
She moved on to star in the musical "Hair" at the Royal Alex replacing Gail Garnett as Sheila. In the years that followed Laura toured with various rock bands and continued to write songs.
Next came the role of Huck Finn, touring with Studio Lab throughout northern Ontario before bringing the production to Young People Theatre in Toronto.
In 1975, Laura moved to New York city to study acting under Bill Hickey at HB Studio in the https://www.tradebit.com landed the role of Gretel in a local production of Hansel and Gretel,co-writing songs for the play.
Returning to Canada, Laura began a 17 year career as a jazz singer. Georges Jazz Room,the duMaurier Jazz Festival,Meyers and First Canadian Place were amoung the many venues she sang in.
In 2000, Laura recorded her first c.d. of originals titled The Journey of L. Barry Elmes produced the c.d. hiring some of Canada’s fine musicians for the sessions. Chapters Bookstores hired her to sing weekly for a year. She also sang at Indigo and coffee houses in Belleville, Peterborough and New Market.
The new c.d. titled Cabin Fever was produced by Richard Bell and again features a number of Canada’s finest musicians. Richard and Laura took a year to put the song list together,sorting through over 60 of Laura’s originals.
The result is a fabulous collection of material shifting moods and grooves to the theme of the title song Cabin Fever.
To date, Laura continues to write and plans to record again in the next year. She has the makings of a truly inspiring songwriter.