Lauren Crosby is a rising folkie/bluesy songstress who grew up on the rocky shores of the Atlantic in Georgetown, Maine. Being a lobsterman’s daughter, her unique voice captures the rawness of the oceanic setting and her songwriting exemplifies the beauty and hardships of rural living. At twenty years of age, Lauren’s debut self titled album received national praise for its unique blending of blues, folk, and jazz genres. Lauren has performed all over the nation. Along the way she has lived in Memphis and Albuquerque, incorporating south and southwestern flavors into her craft. Lauren has spent time recording in Bob Weirs legendary TRI Studio's in California, and has traveled up and down New England performing her music. Lauren continues to bring joy to the ears of many music listeners, and plans on singing, writing, traveling, and learning for the rest of her life.
Being as versatile as the ocean itself, Lauren’s sound has many faces. She can perform solo—playing guitar and singing, or as a duo with her band mate Aaron Nadeau who plays lead guitar. For bigger events, Lauren also plays as a five piece band with drums, keys, bass, and lead and rhythm guitars.