Your name is on the invitation. Go on…open up the envelope. Take a moment to experience the power and of inspiration of song poet Laura Baron.
Come explore the moods and grooves of an emotional landscape rich with music to lift you, awaken your heart and create a soundtrack to dream by.
Hear the dark undertones of soulful blues, the laid back groove of easy jazz, and the simple heartfelt melodies of the singer songwriter alone on a quiet stage.
In October 2011 Laura and her family adopted a little girl named Ruchi from an orphanage in New Delhi, India. Laura wrote and recorded a song in Ruchi's honor and released it on the lastest Azalea City Recordings CD Sampler. This song features the tabla of Broto Roy with guitar and violin by Tom Prasada Rao. Produced by Marco Delmar.
Discover Laura’s CD’s Stay With Me released with Azalea City Recordings and and her latest Scenes From the Avenue featuring her award winning songs. She has won three Gold Awards (2004, 2007, 2008) from the Mid-Atlantic Song Contest including Kindness Don’t Rest Easy which she performed at the Smithsonian Baird Auditorium with 12 songwriters selected by SAW and BMI to showcase their compositions.
Watch her performance, or purchase music.
The songwriting on "Scenes From the Avenue" is so appealing that you don't find yourself wishing that Baron would cover pop classics…low key jazz-tinted musings...brisk and engaging - Washington Post.
There is nothing more delicious than a lovely lyric emerging from somewhere in my consciousness. I am never really sure if I will keep the lyric, but sometimes I feel something is emerging that I need to pay close...Read More