Members: Lauren Fulbright- vocals, guitar
The solitude of the open road, loves lost and the harsh beauty of the Texas sun â these are just a few themes listeners will find in the songs of Lauren Fulbright.
Whether writing from the dimly lit interior of a British pub or driving the dusty back roads of the American Southwest, Lauren has long used music as a means to capture and understand the world around her.
A native of the Washington, D.C. area, Lauren began singing and performing at a young age. After participating in a talent show at the age of four, the aspiring singer spent her school years performing with various choirs.
After picking up the guitar as a teenager, Lauren drew upon influences like Jewel, Sarah McLachlan and Lori McKenna as she began to write her own songs. A move to England at the age of 19 deepened this process, with early songs like "A Million Miles" and "Sleepless" chronicling her feelings at that time.
After graduating from Randolph-Macon Woman's College, Lauren moved to Austin, Texas, with the hope of pursuing her dream of becoming a professional singer/songwriter. The people and places she encountered there became a strong inspiration for her songwriting.
Lauren returned home from Texas to get her master's degree in international journalism at American University. She then spent a year writing for a daily newspaper in the Shenandoah Valley.
Lauren then relocated to New York City, where she recorded several songs with producer Ron Rogers. In Spring 2009, Lauren was voted the No. 1 country artist on MTV's Soundtrack.
Lauren lives in the Washington, D.C. area. She is currently working with multiple Grammy-award winning engineer Jim Robeson at Bias Studios in Springfield, Virginia. She plans to release a 5-song EP in 2010.
Visit Lauren on these sites:
Digital Rodeo: www.digitalrodeo.com/laurenfulbright
Official Mailing List: http://laurenfulbright.FanBridge.com
WMZQ's "Homegrown Country": www.wmzq.com/new2/artists/i/239550
For booking and other inquiries, contact Lauren at firstname.lastname@example.org