If you listen to the unique vocals of Lucy Mae once, you’ll know it’s her for a lifetime. Deep & husky tones, with little hints of Soul.
If you listen to the unique vocals of Lucy Mae once, you’ll know it’s her for a lifetime. Deep & husky tones, with little hints of Soul reminiscent to the great singers of way back when Lucy was raised in Manchester to an English mother & Spanish father, music from all around the world was embedded into her mind from an early age and as she grew, that mind did too.
Now, ask the songstress where she draws her influence from today and you’ll be given an array of history, including - 90’s RnB, Amy Winehouse, Janis Joplin, Billie Holiday, The Cinematic Orchestra, Buena Vista Social Club and Hendrix. There is no set Genre here, just a delicious cocktail of one woman’s musical journey. That niche genre has catapulted Lucy into Manchester’s music scene, specifically the Jazz scene (not just in Manchester in fact, but the UK as a whole).
2017 saw her debut at her Cities most famous music event - Manchester Jazz Festival, with rave reviews. Following this she has recently supported YolanDa Brown and performed sell out shows across the country.