Rockabilly Gypsy Jazz….. Makes you wonder why no one ever thought to combine 50′s surf guitar with harp before? Then again how many classically trained turned jazz singer songwriter harpists are there?
Lucinda’s music continues to push the boundaries of what a harp can be. Effortlessly breaking down stereotypes through her new Rockabilly Gypsy Jazz Genre.
After the release of her debut album ‘My Voice and 45 Strings’ Lucinda with the Belle Orchestra have been making waves creating a new musical fusion. Rather like a hybrid of a Quentin Tarantino and a Woody Allen Movie.
She honed her skills not being listened to, playing the harp in hotels. Not surprisingly she soon ditched that to become a Jazz Harpist in none other than Nashville. Returning home with harp in the back of a black cab, a new era began where she earned a reputation as a songwriter and session player. She got her first big break playing with Robbie Williams at the Electric Proms which led to her first album.
With her well-developed ear for a pop melody, captivating voice and an undeniable gypsy spirit that permeates everything she does, The Belle will leave her music ringing in your ears.