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Lauren Fulbright, vocals and guitar
About the Artist
The solitude of the open road, loves lost and the harsh beauty of the Texas sun – 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 has written for newspapers in both Virginia's beautiful Shenandoah Valley and Baltimore; and continues to write professionally while pursuing her songwriting career.
Her song "Sleepless" has recently been featured on 98.7 WMZQ, DC's Clear Channel country station.
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.
Her upcoming 6-song EP, due in Spring 2012, will feature an all-star group of musicians, including Robbie Magruder (former drummer for Mary Chapin Carpenter), electric guitarist Jason Byrd, pianist Jon Carroll (also of Mary Chapin Carpenter fame) and Rickie Simpkins (fiddle player for Emmylou Harris).
Reached 7th in Best of Country chart in 2014. In the top 20 for 8 weeks.
Reached 15th in Best of Country chart in 2013. In the top 20 for 2 weeks.
Top 10 in Pop, March 2015
Top 10 in Country, December 2012
Top 10 in Country, November 2012
Top 40 in Country, October 2012
Top 40 in Country, June 2012
Top 40 in Alternative Country, March 2011