If we were in the late 1940s or 1950s Lauren Glick would be called a 'Blues Belter.' Her powerful voice, tempered by the kind of control and projection that comes from a lifetime of honing your craft, has been captivating audiences since she began performing in 1992. Based in Ocean City, Maryland, but performing all over the East Coast from intimate bar shows to festivals to opening for iconic bands like Cheap Trick, Beach Boys and America, her dynamic soulful/bluesy style has often been compared to Janis Joplin. A prolific songwriter, Glick's style is informed and inspired by the likes of Carole King, Joni Mitchell, Kate Bush and Tori Amos (to name a few). She released her debut album, Eternity, in 1998 and the now out-of-print Love Tangles and Keep on Moving followed soon after. 2017's Martinis in Heaven (her first album to gain wide release on all digital platforms) brought her from regional favorite into the national spotlight and solidified her reputation for creating compelling songs that reflect life's complexities with heart and soul. Her latest record, LUSH, was released summer of 2022 and became her first album to hit the Soul-Blues Radio Chart, gaining radio play in the US and Europe.