Whether it be “Peace Someday” or “A Little Note” Laura Baron’s soring vocals tells the story. Laura is a three time 2014 Wammie Award winner (Washington Area Music Awards) and considered one of the premiere singer-songwriter’s in the Washington DC area. She won a 2014 Wammie for Song of the year for her song “A Little Note”. Her award winning expressive jazz vocals seem to shine on through every note. When I listen to her music, I feel her ties to the contemporary folk movement in her writing. I look forward to her filling The Stoltz Listening room with her warmth and emotion!
If you want to learn more about her writing, check out her blog….she wrote us the following: “From time to time I do like to add to my blog called, “Daily Dose of the Muse.” I actually love writing prose and expressing myself without the necessary confines of a song structure. If you want to get more of a sense of who I am as a writer you might take a peek at a couple of these posts: “My Secret Addiction" or "Why I love Songwriting” uncover a bit of my thoughts on songwriting.
My latest project is a music video my song, A Little Note, which tells the story of a woman who breaks free from an abusive relationship. I am very excited about this and it has been a big undertaking. Kind of a 5 min. mini movie! Suddenly I find myself as an advocate for domestic violence awareness. The funds I have raised so far for the making of the video and ongoing funds will help promote the video and support for organizations helping victims of abuse. Here is campaign: http://igg.me/at/aLittleNote”
Washington Post, critic Mike Joyce, writes the following about listening to Laura’s Music “…low key jazz-tinted musings…brisk and engaging”
Join us this Saturday night for her award winning voice and performance, in the Stoltz Listening room. You most certainly will not be disappointed! Scott