Laura is known for her beautifully crafted songs. She creates original soulful jazz and inspiring acoustic tracks.

Considered one of the premiere singer songwriters in the DC area Laura's music moves her audience with powerful stories for our times. From jazz touched world music to the sensitive pallet of the acoustic artist Laura's voice carries her audience  to magic places.

Her musical evolution has been shaped by her personal experiences. In 2011 her family adopted a little girl from an orphanage in New Delhi, India. This emotional journey has strongly influenced her  album "Heart Of The Great UnKnown."

Laura's EP, LONG ROAD HOME  was a June 2019 release  and is partly funded by a 2018/2019 Grant: Montgomery County Arts and Humanities .

 "Imperative to her engine is that voice of hers, a chameleon-like tenor that has no fear of emotion or the bounds typically tied to genre labels."-Colin Firth, Frederick News Gazette



2018/2019 Recipient: Montgomery County Arts and Humanities Grant towards LONG ROAD HOME EP

Mid-Atlantic Song Contest Gold Awards:
Peace Someday (folk) 
Winter Don't Own Me (jazz)   
Kindness Don't Rest Easy (jazz)
Marijke (jazz)   

Washington Area Music Awards (Wammies)    
Album: Heart Of The Great Unknown    
Contemporary Folk Artist: Laura Baron   
Song of The Year: for A Little Note   


Performances of note include:
Blues Alley  
Bethesda Jazz and Blues   
The Hamilton  
Glen Echo Folk Festival  
Stolz Listening Room (Avalon Theater)  


Enquire about licensing her music for your TV/Film/Commercial spot. Laura can create custom tracks with her team of writers and producers. 


Finalist in the 2015 Bernard/Ebb Songwriting Award   

Indiegogo Campaign raised $6000 to produce acclaimed video "A Little Note."  

 In Honor Of Her commissioned a song for Marijke, a victim of domestic violence. 
The song received a Mid-Atlantic Song Contest Gold Award (jazz)   

The Acoustic Guitar Project 2015  

 Winner WAMA Professional Artist Support System (PASS)